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Full-Day Bourbon Tour to Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace and Wild Turkey

Visit Woodford Reserve and Buffalo Trace distilleries for guided tours and bourbon tastings, with a third stop at Wild Turkey for a tasting only and gift shop visit! Your all-inclusive day on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail also includes a stop for a local lunch along the way. Tour departs at 8:00am and returns at approx. 5:30pm. from the Mint Julep Tours gift shop in the Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville. The cost is $129 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance at https://www.mintjuleptours.com.

Winning Colors: Famous Fillies exhibition



This brand-new exhibit in the Matt Winn Gallery celebrates the 30th anniversary Kentucky Derby win of the filly, Winning Colors. ‘Winning Colors: Famous Fillies’ features history, artifacts and more about the only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, Regret (1913) , Genuine Risk (1980) and Winning Colors (1988).

The exhibit features the gold cup presented to the Klein Family, the owners of Winning Colors, for her Derby win. The trophy was recently acquired by the Museum from the San Diego Hall of Champions and has now been fully restored to its original condition. Winning Colors was the first Kentucky Derby win for Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens and Hall of Fame Trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Many of the artifacts come from the recently acquired D. Wayne Lukas Collection.

In addition, the exhibit highlights the history of the Kentucky Oaks as well as other champion fillies including Personal Ensign, Lady’s Secret, and Zenyatta.


Exhibit Highlights
1988 Kentucky Derby Gold Cup won by Winning Colors
1988 Garland of Roses won by Winning Colors
1988 Winner’s Blanket presented to Winning Colors
1950 Kentucky Oaks Trophy won by Ari’s Mona

Magnificent Mona Bismarck

Famous for her trademark silver hair, aquamarine eyes, and uncompromising sense of fashion, Louisville Kentucky native Mona Bismark was the first American to be declared the Best-Dressed Woman in the World, a distinction bestowed upon her in 1933 by luminaries from the world of haute couture. She was mentioned in movies, lyrics and alluded to in books. One of the most photographed socialites in her day, this show will feature extensive images, commissioned by Vogue from photographers of note, and personal portraits by artist Salvador Dali and Savely Sorine, that hung in Mona’s superb homes throughout the world. The show will span five decades of Mona’s personal couture beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s upon her retirement from the public spotlight.

Petite Dance & Craft Camp

PETITE FLEUR SUMMER DANCE CAMP
Join Fleur-De-Lis Academy for a week-long Dance & Craft Camp!
Young dancers (ages 3-6) will have 5 whole days to explore ballet, tap, crafts and storytelling with actual ballerinas! The week culminates in a Finale, showcasing these young talents!

Dates: June 18-22, 2018
Times: Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm
Ages: 3-6 years old
Contact Lisa, lisa@fdlacademy.com for more information, or go to our website, www.fdlacademy.com

Full-Day Bourbon Tour to Maker’s Mark, Limestone Branch and Heaven Hill

Visit Maker’s Mark and Limestone Branch distilleries for guided tours and bourbon tastings, with a third stop at Heaven Hill for a tasting only and gift shop visit! Your all-inclusive day on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail also includes a stop for a local lunch along the way. Tour departs at 8:00am and returns at approx. 5:30pm. from the Mint Julep Tours gift shop in the Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville. The cost is $129 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance at https://www.mintjuleptours.com.

Shining a Light Photography Exhibit

This year’s exhibition, Experiences of Refugee Women, illustrates the innumerable issues of rights and justice that these women face every day through a prolific look at their lives before and after resettlement. The exhibit features images of women from ten refugee groups: Rohingya, Syrian, Kurdish, Sarhawi, Ahmadiyyan, Afghan, Bhutanese, Iraqi, Congolese, and Somali.

Informed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Women’s Refugee Commission, the photographic submissions were asked to depict one or more of the following issues as they pertain to Refugee Women’s lived experiences:

  1. Gender-Based Violence
  2. Livelihoods
  3. Education
  4. Rights and Justice
  5. Sexual and Reproductive Health

AOG Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

AOG Festival is a 2 day event. Featuring 125 Fine Arts and Crafts from local to national artists. No need to pack a lunch, we offer a variety of fabulous foods, craft beer, wine and cool, refreshing, homemade sangria. Enjoy Americana music while relaxing under the tent. Free kids activities. Free Admission. Rain or shine. No pets please.

SUP (Stand Up Paddleboarding) Yoga

Start your Friday on the water at Falling Rock Park (LaGrange Quarry) with a Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga Session! This 90 minute event begins with a quick introduction to stand up paddle boarding followed by a warm up paddle around the calm waters of the quarry. We will anchor boards for a 60 minute yoga practice that incorporates postures for all levels that build strength and flexibility with the opportunity to release stress and tension. With it’s clear and calm waters, natural surroundings, and convenient location, FRP is an optimal location for SUP Yoga classes. The $35 class fee also includes your park admission and is a great way to start your day on the water!

“Waterworks” Multi-Media Art Exhibit

Come explore spring at the Kentucky Watercolor’s multi-media art exhibit “Waterworks” starting April 7 and running till June 30, 2018. Gallery is open Thursday and Friday, 11-4 and Saturday 11-3.

Summer Dining at Maker’s Mark

On Fridays, Star Hill Provisions will remain open until 7:00 p.m. featuring its regular menu in addition to special entrees each week such as smoked fried chicken with potato purée, country greens and beans, slow-cooked prime rib, potato gratin, and grilled broccoli with bourbon horseradish cream.

Tastings of Wine and Bourbon

Welcome to Taste Fine Wines & Bourbons

Taste opened in 2008 on Frankfort Avenue and moved to NuLu in November, 2011. Our focus is fine wines from smaller vineyards in Europe, the Americas, South Africa and New Zealand, among others. On the bourbon side, we look for Kentucky distillers who produce in smaller batches, controlling quality and creating bourbons with smooth, rich flavors.

Our wine tasting menu changes weekly and we regularly have 90-100 premium bourbons open to taste.

Like us on Facebook so you can keep up-to-date with us and learn about special tastings, wine dinners, and more

Walking Tour of Old Louisville

This architectural and historical walking tour, guided by a knowledgeable Old Louisville resident, will depart at 1:30 pm. Tuesday- Saturday from the Visitors Center in Old Louisville, and will last 75 minutes. The tour takes you through the Old Louisville historic preservation district, the largest Victorian neighborhood in the country with 45 square blocks of stately residences and picturesque town homes. $15 per person.

Free Guided Mansion and Exhibit Tours

Tour inside the historic Ferguson Mansion located in the heart of Old Louisville. Once a private residence and later Pearson Funeral Home, today the mansion houses the renowned Filson Historical Society. Free tour also includes three exhibitions, as well as renovated carriage house as well as the modern, state-of-the-art 2016 addition, designed by local architects DeLeon and Primmer.

MedQuest College Measure Up Open House

Come see how MedQuest College measures up with its healthcare career training! We have a family of faculty and staff who want to learn about your goals. Learn about our Medical & Dental Assisting, Biomedical Technology, Billing and Coding and Sonography programs. One lucky guest will win a $1000 scholarship. Come out and visit us with your family and enjoy light refreshments. Discover for yourself the MedQuest difference.

The Captain’s Hour

The Captain’s Hour sets sails at 5 p.m. EVERY Thursday, Friday & Saturday in The Sea Hag at The Village Anchor! Join us for great bar bites & beer/wine/cocktail features between 5 p.m. - midnight. So grab your crew mates & make plans to join us at The Anchor!

New Works by Jaime Corum

New works by Jaime Corum solo show.
Show reception is Friday June 22 from 5:30 to 7:30.
Reception is open to the public.
Show will run from June 22 to July 31.

New Works by Jaime Corum

New works by Jaime Corum solo show.
Show reception is Friday June 22 from 5:30 to 7:30.
Reception is open to the public.
Show will run from June 22 to July 31.

Live Jazz every Friday Marketplace Restaurant

Live Jazz every Friday at Marketplace restaurant featuring the talented Brian White (guitarist/singer) or Matt Mozzoni (guitarist with special guests)—rotating schedule.

Jammin’ At Jeptha!

Every Friday Jeptha Creed Distillery will be jammin’ with great live music playing in the clubhouse, buffet available, and craft cocktails at the bar! Music will be from 6-9pm. Buffet will be available from 5-9pm. The bar will be open until 10pm.

Louisville Bats vs. Norfolk

Buddy Bat Garden Gnome Giveaway (1st 2,000)... Fireworks after the game!

A Slice of Life

Ovarian Awareness of Kentucky (OAK) is holding our 6th Annual A Slice of Life tasting event on Saturday, August 4, 2018 at 7PM. This year’s event will be held at The Kentucky Derby Museum. Our guests will purchase a ticket to enjoy delicious cuisine and beverages provided by local vendors.

Paddington 2 Showing

Iroquois Amphitheater is putting on a FREE showing of Paddington 2 June 22! Doors open at 7:30 pm and the show will begin at 8:30 pm. Concessions are always available.

Live Band No Cover

Slap on your dancing shoes and join us Friday Nights for a Live Band, No Cover!

Aged Guests Earn Aged Steaks.

Dine with Le Moo within two days of your birthday in a party of four or more and we’ll discount your bill your age in dollars! Must have valid photo ID. You can’t beat this deal, it’s Le Moo’s gift to you!! Details at lemoorestaurant.com.

Dress Up, Speak Up

“Bedecked and bejeweled, the figures populating Dress Up, Speak Up occupy fluid space and time, evoking past and present, fact and fiction, memory and desire, to illuminate the complexity of contemporary identity.” 21c current art exhibit is titled Dress Up, Speak Up, and features the works of contemporary artists.

America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

America to Zanzibar is an immersive, interactive exhibit about the diversity of Muslim cultures in our community, our country, and the world. It offers children and families exciting hands-on experiences to explore in the areas of art, architecture, music, design, travel, trade and more! 

  • Experience world cultures through design, music, and objects
  • Explore the meaning of home through
  • Exchange ideas and goods through travel and trade
  • Barter and trade in a global marketplace
  • Uncover the majesty and variety of Muslim architecture
  • Reflect on the meaning of home while looking at treasured personal belongings
  • Enjoy dance, theater and music performances, art and cooking demonstrations and lots of hands-on activities

The Ali Center is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am - 5pm, Sunday 12-5 pm and closed Monday. 

OVER THE RIVER & THROUGH THE WOODS

A warmhearted comedy about four loving, but overbearing, Italian-American grandparents who try desperately to keep their unmarried grandson close to home. Loaded with laughter, guilt, and lasagna! Ticket price includes dinner, show, tax, & parking.

Full-Day Bourbon Tour to Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Barton 1792

Visit Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark distilleries for guided tours and bourbon tastings, with a third stop at Barton 1792 for a tasting only and gift shop visit! Your all-inclusive day on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail also includes a stop for a local lunch along the way. Tour departs at 8:00am and returns at approx. 5:30pm. from the Mint Julep Tours gift shop in the Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville. The cost is $129 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance at https://www.mintjuleptours.com.

Winning Colors: Famous Fillies exhibition



This brand-new exhibit in the Matt Winn Gallery celebrates the 30th anniversary Kentucky Derby win of the filly, Winning Colors. ‘Winning Colors: Famous Fillies’ features history, artifacts and more about the only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, Regret (1913) , Genuine Risk (1980) and Winning Colors (1988).

The exhibit features the gold cup presented to the Klein Family, the owners of Winning Colors, for her Derby win. The trophy was recently acquired by the Museum from the San Diego Hall of Champions and has now been fully restored to its original condition. Winning Colors was the first Kentucky Derby win for Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens and Hall of Fame Trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Many of the artifacts come from the recently acquired D. Wayne Lukas Collection.

In addition, the exhibit highlights the history of the Kentucky Oaks as well as other champion fillies including Personal Ensign, Lady’s Secret, and Zenyatta.


Exhibit Highlights
1988 Kentucky Derby Gold Cup won by Winning Colors
1988 Garland of Roses won by Winning Colors
1988 Winner’s Blanket presented to Winning Colors
1950 Kentucky Oaks Trophy won by Ari’s Mona

Kentucky Week for the Animals 2018

The 10th Annual Kentucky Week for the Animals celebration will kick off Saturday, April 21st and go through Sunday, April 29, 2018. The week will bring underscore community spirit as people come together on behalf of the animals in the beautiful Bluegrass state that has given us a love and appreciation of horses unlike any other state in our great union.

This extraordinary week will feature awesome animal-themed events at Kentucky libraries, Earth Day events across the state, pet first aid classes, ways to volunteer to help animals, scores of awesome multiple pet adoption events, feedings for the farm animals, festivals and pet first aid awareness, Paint Your Pet fundraiser for the Pitties, ways to help the feral cats, Birding Festival, Owl Weekend, free and low cost spay/neuter opportunities, veggie events, activities to help the felines, 5Ks, Unleash Your Inner Hero dinner and auction, dog training classes, New Vocations Open House & BBQ for the equines, unique ways to help the retired racehorses, youth activities, pet food banks, free and/or low cost vaccinations, a salute to the working K-9’s, the military and so much more!

Fun-filled event events are planned for the amazing week approaching for Kentucky animals! Precious lives will be saved and communities transformed during this exciting week.

The annual Kentucky Week for the Animals will build new relationships for the animals and people in a community-strengthening manner. Visit the official website for complete contact and event information at http://kentuckyanimals.org/

Cornhole For A Cause 2018

Saturday June 23rd 9AM
Cornhole For A Cause 2018
Benefiting Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center
Cornhole Tournament, Silent Auction, Live Music From Nashville Artist Eric Dodd, Raffles, Concessions, and more!

Magnificent Mona Bismarck

Famous for her trademark silver hair, aquamarine eyes, and uncompromising sense of fashion, Louisville Kentucky native Mona Bismark was the first American to be declared the Best-Dressed Woman in the World, a distinction bestowed upon her in 1933 by luminaries from the world of haute couture. She was mentioned in movies, lyrics and alluded to in books. One of the most photographed socialites in her day, this show will feature extensive images, commissioned by Vogue from photographers of note, and personal portraits by artist Salvador Dali and Savely Sorine, that hung in Mona’s superb homes throughout the world. The show will span five decades of Mona’s personal couture beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s upon her retirement from the public spotlight.

Full-Day Bourbon Tour to Bulleit, Town Branch and Buffalo Trace

Visit Bulleit Frontier Experience and Town Branch distilleries for guided tours and bourbon tastings, with a third stop at Buffalo Trace for a tasting only and gift shop visit! Your all-inclusive day on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail also includes a stop for a local lunch along the way. Tour departs at 8:00am and returns at approx. 5:30pm. from the Mint Julep Tours gift shop in the Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville. The cost is $149 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance at https://www.mintjuleptours.com.

Shining a Light Photography Exhibit

This year’s exhibition, Experiences of Refugee Women, illustrates the innumerable issues of rights and justice that these women face every day through a prolific look at their lives before and after resettlement. The exhibit features images of women from ten refugee groups: Rohingya, Syrian, Kurdish, Sarhawi, Ahmadiyyan, Afghan, Bhutanese, Iraqi, Congolese, and Somali.

Informed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Women’s Refugee Commission, the photographic submissions were asked to depict one or more of the following issues as they pertain to Refugee Women’s lived experiences:

  1. Gender-Based Violence
  2. Livelihoods
  3. Education
  4. Rights and Justice
  5. Sexual and Reproductive Health

Upscale Cocktail Yard Sale

Join us for our 3rd annual Upscale Yard Sale at Douglas Boulevard Christian Church on June 23, 2018 from 10am-2pm during the Douglas Loop Farmers Market! This year, we’ve teamed up with our friends from the LGBT Film Festival, Louisville Gay Men’s Chorus, Pandora Productions, and the Louisville Youth Group for a fabulous finds fundraiser like no other.

Enjoy champagne cocktails courtesy of Luc Belaire plus special champagne tastings from Noon to 1pm. Plus pop up performances, munchies, and more! Visit our Facebook page to let us know you’re coming and to help spread the word.

Want to make a donation to the VOK Yard Sale? Thanks! Just contact Linda Wilhelms to coordinate a drop off.

Third Annual Upscale Cocktail Yard Sale

Join us for our 3rd annual Upscale Yard Sale at Douglas Boulevard Christian Church on June 23, 2018 from 10am-2pm during the Douglas Loop Farmers Market! This year, we’ve teamed up with our friends from the LGBT Film Festival, Louisville Gay Men’s Chorus, Pandora Productions, and the Louisville Youth Group for a fabulous finds fundraiser like no other.

Enjoy champagne cocktails courtesy of Luc Bellaire plus special champagne tastings from Noon to 1pm. Plus pop up performances, munchies, and more! Visit our Facebook page to let us know you’re coming and to help spread the word.

The Bourbon Academy at Woodford Reserve

Spend a full, interactive day at the Woodford Reserve Distillery with Master Distiller Chris Morris and Master Taster Elizabeth McCall learning the fine art of crafting and appreciating bourbon – America’s native spirit. The day includes an extensive behind-the-scenes tour of the Woodford Reserve Distillery, an interactive demonstration of using grains to make mash, charring a barrel and tasting a variety of whiskeys. In addition, you will be guided through an exclusive Flavor Wheel demonstration that helps you identify the flavors in Woodford Reserve. A delicious bourbon-inspired lunch is included.

AOG Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

AOG Festival is a 2 day event. Featuring 125 Fine Arts and Crafts from local to national artists. No need to pack a lunch, we offer a variety of fabulous foods, craft beer, wine and cool, refreshing, homemade sangria. Enjoy Americana music while relaxing under the tent. Free kids activities. Free Admission. Rain or shine. No pets please.

Books, Prints, Paper, and Art Sale

This special show and sale includes dealers in used, new, and collectible books, as well as maps, prints, paper, and art, at all prices and in all categories. You’ll find books about collecting, art, decorative arts, architecture and design, as well as artwork and prints.
Saturday, June 23, 10 AM – 4:30 PM (Free admission)
Sunday, June 24, 10 AM – 4:30 pm (With Antiques Market; $8 admission charged)
Featured exhibitors:
Charles Bartman, Bookseller
Gray Zeitz, Larkspur Press
Locust Grove Donation Books
Harvey Venier, New/Remainder Books
Village Lights Bookstore, Madison, IN
Ken Haverly, Prints
Debbie Shannon, Paper & Book Artist
Gabrielle Fox, Bookbinder

Books, Prints, Paper and Art Sale

This special show and sale includes dealers in used, new, and collectible books, as well as maps, prints, paper, and art, at all prices and in all categories. You’ll find books about collecting, art, decorative arts, architecture and design, as well as artwork and prints. 

The Louisville Quest!

The Louisville Quest is a scavenger hunt with a twist! Teams compete against each other to answer challenge questions and solve puzzles to get from location to location in the least amount of time…all for fun and discovering Louisville!

The Louisville Quest! is great for corporate team building. Teams must work together using a full range of skill sets to solve the puzzles and get to the next location.

Mulitple Choices for your Quest! :

The Original – this route started in 2012 and takes participants on a path to explore history, museums and more!

The New Adventure – debuted in 2013, this route incorporates a shopping district into the history and adventure downtown.

By Re-Quest – introduced in 2014, this route takes a different twist by giving you all the locations upfront to explore a trendy area downtown. Don’t worry, there is still plenty of competition and teams have to figure out where to finish!

The Bourbon Quest – new for 2017. Explore the downtown distilleries and bourbon history of Whiskey Row while competing against other teams to solve puzzles and the final challenge!

The Louisville Mad Dash – new for 2017. The Ultimate Scavenger Hunt Experience comes to the beautiful city of Louisville Ky! Cashunt is a top ranked scavenger hunt company celebrating its 17th season and is bringing all the fun, laughter and competitive game experience to the Louisville area!

To register for The Louisville Quest! Click on the link above – “Register & Buy Tickets”.

Check the Events Calendar or call us to schedule now! Special dates (any time of year) available for groups of 10 or more – contact us for details.

Each Quest ends with an Award Ceremony where teams earn bragging rights and token awards at a downtown restaurant or other fun location.

Once you get a glimpse of the sights, museums and businesses that downtown Louisville has to offer, you’ll want to see more.

“Waterworks” Multi-Media Art Exhibit

Come explore spring at the Kentucky Watercolor’s multi-media art exhibit “Waterworks” starting April 7 and running till June 30, 2018. Gallery is open Thursday and Friday, 11-4 and Saturday 11-3.

Axe Throwing

Have you ever wanted to learn how to throw axes? Not a question you normally hear, right? Well, it is a huge blast! Come join us at Flying Axes to have a fun start to your weekend and learn how to not only throw axes but also meet new people!

You will be able to purchase alcohol and other beverages while we are at the event.

Age Limit: must be at least 13 with a legal guardian present

Please bring/wear Closed Toed Shoes and please show up sober!

Felt, Form, & Function

In celebration of the new exhibition Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie, opening on May 25th, the Carnegie will host a workshop featuring local textile artist Vallorie Henderson. As an award-winning artist and former exhibiting artist in Form, Not Function, Valerie understands fibers. Her felt-making workshop is open to ages sixteen and up. This opportunity is limited to fifteen people, and a $10.00 fee covering all materials is due at the time of registration.

Register by emailing dthomas@carnegiecenter.org or call 812.944.7336.

Felt, Form, & Function Workshop

Award winning artist Vallorie Henderson understands fibers and will be teaching a felt making workshop. This coincides with the current exhibition, “Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie” which will run through July 21st. The fee covers materials and is due at the time of registration.

Tastings of Wine and Bourbon

Welcome to Taste Fine Wines & Bourbons

Taste opened in 2008 on Frankfort Avenue and moved to NuLu in November, 2011. Our focus is fine wines from smaller vineyards in Europe, the Americas, South Africa and New Zealand, among others. On the bourbon side, we look for Kentucky distillers who produce in smaller batches, controlling quality and creating bourbons with smooth, rich flavors.

Our wine tasting menu changes weekly and we regularly have 90-100 premium bourbons open to taste.

Like us on Facebook so you can keep up-to-date with us and learn about special tastings, wine dinners, and more

Walking Tour of Old Louisville

This architectural and historical walking tour, guided by a knowledgeable Old Louisville resident, will depart at 1:30 pm. Tuesday- Saturday from the Visitors Center in Old Louisville, and will last 75 minutes. The tour takes you through the Old Louisville historic preservation district, the largest Victorian neighborhood in the country with 45 square blocks of stately residences and picturesque town homes. $15 per person.

Bluegrass on The Square

Enjoy this mix of Bluegrass, Country, Old-time and original music as the downtown square of Historic Corydon comes alive with the sounds of Bluegrass this summer! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. Food is available to purchase. This event is free to the public.  Line up to be announced - please contact us for further information.

The Captain’s Hour

The Captain’s Hour sets sails at 5 p.m. EVERY Thursday, Friday & Saturday in The Sea Hag at The Village Anchor! Join us for great bar bites & beer/wine/cocktail features between 5 p.m. - midnight. So grab your crew mates & make plans to join us at The Anchor!

Poker Night

Saturday at 5pm Join the Louisville Poker Tour for another night of Poker. 

The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show

Murder Mystery Dinner Shows With The Dinner Detective

America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner show! Solve a hilarious crime while you feast on a fantastic dinner. Just beware! The killer is hiding somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect!

The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show performs weekly. We also offer private events & shows that are customized to your group with roles for your group members to play. Join us for a one-of-a-kind public or private event that your guests will talk about for months!

Our show is very different from traditional murder mystery dinner shows. We hide non-costumed actors in the audience that are pretending to be regular guests. This results in a much more social and interactive evening than with other shows; you will find yourself engaged and involved to a level you never thought possible! Our shows are set during the present day and take place in real time. Over the course of the night, our costumed Detectives will uncover clues, interrogate audience members that may or may not be part of the show, and help everyone get closer to solving the mystery! The audience member that gives the best correct answer of “whodunit?” before the killer is revealed will walk away with a stellar Prize Package.

Your ticket includes our signature murder mystery show with a Prize Package for the Top Sleuth of the night, as well as a fantastic dinner, and many more surprises during the show.

The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show

America’s largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show.  Solve a hilarious murder case while you feast on a fantastic four-course plated dinner.  Just beware.  The killer is hiding somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect. 

The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show performs on Saturday nights.  We also offer private shows that are customized to your group with roles for your group members to play.  Join us for a one-of-a-kind public or private event that your guests will talk about for months. 

Our show is very different from traditional murder mystery dinner shows.  We will hide non-costumed actors in the audience that are pretending to be regular guests.  This results in a much more social and interactive evening than with other shows; you will find yourself engaged and involved to a level you never thought possible.  Our shows are set during the present day and take place in real time.  Over the course of the night, our costumed Detectives will uncover clues, interrogate audience members that may or may not be part of the show, and help everyone get closer to solving the mystery. The audience member that gives the best correct answer of “whodunit?” before the killer is revealed will walk away with a stellar Prize Package. 

Your ticket includes our signature murder mystery show with a Prize Package for the Top Sleuth of the night, as well as a fantastic dinner with individual choice of entree and wait staff gratuity included.

Best of Kentucky Summer Dinner Series:  Best of Kentucky Barbecue

In the first of our 2018 Best of Kentucky Summer Dinner Series, we welcome award-winning Pitmaster John Foreman, owner of Old Hickory Bar-B-Q in Owensboro, Kentucky, to the Woodford Reserve Distillery. This evening will feature distillery tours, live music from bluegrass favorites Grits & Soul and a mouth-watering selection of the best Kentucky barbecue out there. Reservations are required and you must be 21 and above to attend.

Blackacre Barn Bash - A Boot Scoutin’ Good Time

The smell of barbeque, the pounding of country music and the twang of guitar strings….get your boots out of the closet and get over to Blackacre. It is time for the 2018 Blackacre Barn Bash!

As the name implies, it is sure to be a boot scootin’ good time for all. Whether it is date night or a family friendly outing, this is the perfect event for all country music lovers! Featuring rising country music artists, John King and Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters, the action will get underway starting at 6:30 p.m., and lasts until 9 p.m. with non-stop entertainment, and great boot stomping music! A variety of food trucks will be available, offering mouthwatering options like smoked BBQ, gourmet hotdogs & desserts!

The concert will be held on the grounds of Blackacre’s future 2,400 sq. foot multi-purpose Barn. Proceeds from the Barn Bash will go to fund this exciting project, which will provide Blackacre with additional indoor space for programming and special events!

Venue: Blackacre State Nature Preserve
Date: June 23rd, 2018
Tickets can be purchased by visiting our website at BlackacreConservancy.org

https://www.johnkingcountry.com/

http://nickdittmeier.com/

Louisville Bats vs. Norfolk

MARVEL NIGHT - Special Louisville Bats-Themed Captain America Bobblehead Giveaway (1st 2,000)... Party at the Park - pregame live music and drink specials!

Maker’s Mark Star Hill Provisions farm-to-table dining

On Saturdays, Chef Miller dials things up this summer with a full, three-course farm-to-table dining experience paired with distinctive cocktails for an evening unlike any other. The menu will vary depending on what’s in season, but you can always depend on three things: interesting, delicious, and unforgettable. The communal dinner seating on Saturday is at 7:00 with an optional distillery tour beginning at 5:00. Tickets are $100 each and, because seats are limited, reservations are strongly recommended. All diners must be at least 21 years of age.

For more information, reservations, and tickets, go to www.makersmark.com/distillery/star-hill-provisions.

Louisville City FC Watch Party

Come watch your favorite team Louisville City FC against North Carolina FC on Saturday, June 23rd!

KICKOFF 7pm
FREE EVENT
ALL AGES WELCOME.

Cheer them on from home, grab a bite to eat and a cold drink and watch the match on our jumbo screen!

Go City!

Kentiki’s Revenge

Surfs Up, Y’all ??

The Ohio River Surf Club Presents: Kentiki’s Revenge!

The underground (is that underwater?) Ohio River Surf Club celebrates summer with a grand Tiki party on Saturday, June 23rd, in the Copper & Kings courtyard in Butchertown

$10 admission

Louisville’s own famous surf rock band, Inertia

World-class Tiki cocktails featuring Copper & Kings American Brandy Company & Hawaiian Hot Dogs available for purchase.

Guests encouraged to wear hula skirts, Hawaiian shirts, swimsuits, shorts, bikinis, and flip flops

21+

About The Ohio River Surf Club.:
They are a mystery. They surf in the dead of night without a moon. They are invisible ninjas and conjurers. With cool hair. And a nonchalant disposition. They have no desire to be famous.

JAWS Dive-In Movie Night

Watch the 1975 cult classic JAWS on the big screen during a thrilling, immersive film experience at the American Turners outdoor pool. We’re setting up tons of pool floats, snacks, drinks (alcoholic + not), for a night you don’t want to miss. Limited tickets available - this event WILL sell out.

No need for sunscreen, but make sure to bring your swimsuit! The movie screen will be facing the pool, so the best spots will require you to get wet. Be sure to watch your toes….you never know who or what will be in the water with you….

Doors open at 9pm.
Movie starts promptly at 9:30pm.
JAWS is a PG-13 film. Children not recommended.

Aged Guests Earn Aged Steaks.

Dine with Le Moo within two days of your birthday in a party of four or more and we’ll discount your bill your age in dollars! Must have valid photo ID. You can’t beat this deal, it’s Le Moo’s gift to you!! Details at lemoorestaurant.com.

Dress Up, Speak Up

“Bedecked and bejeweled, the figures populating Dress Up, Speak Up occupy fluid space and time, evoking past and present, fact and fiction, memory and desire, to illuminate the complexity of contemporary identity.” 21c current art exhibit is titled Dress Up, Speak Up, and features the works of contemporary artists.

America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

America to Zanzibar is an immersive, interactive exhibit about the diversity of Muslim cultures in our community, our country, and the world. It offers children and families exciting hands-on experiences to explore in the areas of art, architecture, music, design, travel, trade and more! 

  • Experience world cultures through design, music, and objects
  • Explore the meaning of home through
  • Exchange ideas and goods through travel and trade
  • Barter and trade in a global marketplace
  • Uncover the majesty and variety of Muslim architecture
  • Reflect on the meaning of home while looking at treasured personal belongings
  • Enjoy dance, theater and music performances, art and cooking demonstrations and lots of hands-on activities

The Ali Center is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am - 5pm, Sunday 12-5 pm and closed Monday. 

OVER THE RIVER & THROUGH THE WOODS

A warmhearted comedy about four loving, but overbearing, Italian-American grandparents who try desperately to keep their unmarried grandson close to home. Loaded with laughter, guilt, and lasagna! Ticket price includes dinner, show, tax, & parking.

Kentucky Craft Bash

Join us for the second annual brewfest, the Kentucky Craft Bash presented by Hopcat. This fest for brewers and beer lovers alike will benefit Kentucky craft beer. The KGB brewfest will be the state’s largest beer festival featuring beers produced within the Commonwealth by Kentucky Craft Brewers. This event will host over 35 Kentucky breweries highlighting more than 90 different beers. Not only will you enjoy the Kentucky brews you love, you will also try exclusive, experimental beers hard to find outside the fest, as well as beers that never make it out of the brewery’s taproom.

Twenty-six brewers from across the Commonwealth assembled at the iconic Willett Distillery on December 11th to collect used charred oak barrels for a special barrel-aged beer showcase to be exclusively released at the Kentucky Craft Bash. Once aged, beer and Bourbon lovers will be able to sample this distinctive collection of barrel-aged beers at the Kentucky Craft Bash.

Where: Festival Plaza

What: Craft Beer Festival

Winning Colors: Famous Fillies exhibition



This brand-new exhibit in the Matt Winn Gallery celebrates the 30th anniversary Kentucky Derby win of the filly, Winning Colors. ‘Winning Colors: Famous Fillies’ features history, artifacts and more about the only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, Regret (1913) , Genuine Risk (1980) and Winning Colors (1988).

The exhibit features the gold cup presented to the Klein Family, the owners of Winning Colors, for her Derby win. The trophy was recently acquired by the Museum from the San Diego Hall of Champions and has now been fully restored to its original condition. Winning Colors was the first Kentucky Derby win for Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens and Hall of Fame Trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Many of the artifacts come from the recently acquired D. Wayne Lukas Collection.

In addition, the exhibit highlights the history of the Kentucky Oaks as well as other champion fillies including Personal Ensign, Lady’s Secret, and Zenyatta.


Exhibit Highlights
1988 Kentucky Derby Gold Cup won by Winning Colors
1988 Garland of Roses won by Winning Colors
1988 Winner’s Blanket presented to Winning Colors
1950 Kentucky Oaks Trophy won by Ari’s Mona

Magnificent Mona Bismarck

Famous for her trademark silver hair, aquamarine eyes, and uncompromising sense of fashion, Louisville Kentucky native Mona Bismark was the first American to be declared the Best-Dressed Woman in the World, a distinction bestowed upon her in 1933 by luminaries from the world of haute couture. She was mentioned in movies, lyrics and alluded to in books. One of the most photographed socialites in her day, this show will feature extensive images, commissioned by Vogue from photographers of note, and personal portraits by artist Salvador Dali and Savely Sorine, that hung in Mona’s superb homes throughout the world. The show will span five decades of Mona’s personal couture beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s upon her retirement from the public spotlight.

Shining a Light Photography Exhibit

This year’s exhibition, Experiences of Refugee Women, illustrates the innumerable issues of rights and justice that these women face every day through a prolific look at their lives before and after resettlement. The exhibit features images of women from ten refugee groups: Rohingya, Syrian, Kurdish, Sarhawi, Ahmadiyyan, Afghan, Bhutanese, Iraqi, Congolese, and Somali.

Informed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Women’s Refugee Commission, the photographic submissions were asked to depict one or more of the following issues as they pertain to Refugee Women’s lived experiences:

  1. Gender-Based Violence
  2. Livelihoods
  3. Education
  4. Rights and Justice
  5. Sexual and Reproductive Health

AOG Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

AOG Festival is a 2 day event. Featuring 125 Fine Arts and Crafts from local to national artists. No need to pack a lunch, we offer a variety of fabulous foods, craft beer, wine and cool, refreshing, homemade sangria. Enjoy Americana music while relaxing under the tent. Free kids activities. Free Admission. Rain or shine. No pets please.

Books, Prints, Paper, and Art Sale

This special show and sale includes dealers in used, new, and collectible books, as well as maps, prints, paper, and art, at all prices and in all categories. You’ll find books about collecting, art, decorative arts, architecture and design, as well as artwork and prints.
Saturday, June 23, 10 AM – 4:30 PM (Free admission)
Sunday, June 24, 10 AM – 4:30 pm (With Antiques Market; $8 admission charged)
Featured exhibitors:
Charles Bartman, Bookseller
Gray Zeitz, Larkspur Press
Locust Grove Donation Books
Harvey Venier, New/Remainder Books
Village Lights Bookstore, Madison, IN
Ken Haverly, Prints
Debbie Shannon, Paper & Book Artist
Gabrielle Fox, Bookbinder

Summer Antiques Market

From delicate bibelot to mahogany breakfronts… from humble handkerchiefs to ornate sterling silver teapots… from vintage plows to china cup… from the 18th century to mid-20th century modern - the Summer Antiques Market has something for all tastes and every budget. Featuring dozens of professional dealers from around the region, the Antiques Market offers fine and country furniture, books, textiles, jewelry, ephemera, silver, and more.

Admission includes tours of the historic house museum. Food & drink for sale.

Admission: $8 adults; children under 12 free.

Sunday Funday

Join us on Sunday’s for the NFL Ticket during season, and all year round enjoy

  • 2 for $5.00 Fireball
  • $2.00 Domestic Pints
  • $3.00 Well Drinks

Disc Golf 101

Have you ever wanted to learn how to play disc golf? Want to learn the very basics to progress at the game? Come join us and learn the various grips, throwing techniques, type of discs, and strategies to begin your disc golf journey.

Taught by: Steven Craig is a big disc golf enthusiast who has rapidly progressed in the sport by learning from different pro’s throughout the community.

Tastings of Wine and Bourbon

Welcome to Taste Fine Wines & Bourbons

Taste opened in 2008 on Frankfort Avenue and moved to NuLu in November, 2011. Our focus is fine wines from smaller vineyards in Europe, the Americas, South Africa and New Zealand, among others. On the bourbon side, we look for Kentucky distillers who produce in smaller batches, controlling quality and creating bourbons with smooth, rich flavors.

Our wine tasting menu changes weekly and we regularly have 90-100 premium bourbons open to taste.

Like us on Facebook so you can keep up-to-date with us and learn about special tastings, wine dinners, and more

Louisville Bats vs. Norfolk

Kids Eat Free - Children ages 3-12 receive one meal voucher for a hot dog, junior nachos, and small soft drink… Kids Inflatable FunZone… Kids Run the Bases after the game!

Aged Guests Earn Aged Steaks.

Dine with Le Moo within two days of your birthday in a party of four or more and we’ll discount your bill your age in dollars! Must have valid photo ID. You can’t beat this deal, it’s Le Moo’s gift to you!! Details at lemoorestaurant.com.

Dress Up, Speak Up

“Bedecked and bejeweled, the figures populating Dress Up, Speak Up occupy fluid space and time, evoking past and present, fact and fiction, memory and desire, to illuminate the complexity of contemporary identity.” 21c current art exhibit is titled Dress Up, Speak Up, and features the works of contemporary artists.

America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

America to Zanzibar is an immersive, interactive exhibit about the diversity of Muslim cultures in our community, our country, and the world. It offers children and families exciting hands-on experiences to explore in the areas of art, architecture, music, design, travel, trade and more! 

  • Experience world cultures through design, music, and objects
  • Explore the meaning of home through
  • Exchange ideas and goods through travel and trade
  • Barter and trade in a global marketplace
  • Uncover the majesty and variety of Muslim architecture
  • Reflect on the meaning of home while looking at treasured personal belongings
  • Enjoy dance, theater and music performances, art and cooking demonstrations and lots of hands-on activities

The Ali Center is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am - 5pm, Sunday 12-5 pm and closed Monday. 

OVER THE RIVER & THROUGH THE WOODS

A warmhearted comedy about four loving, but overbearing, Italian-American grandparents who try desperately to keep their unmarried grandson close to home. Loaded with laughter, guilt, and lasagna! Ticket price includes dinner, show, tax, & parking.

Winning Colors: Famous Fillies exhibition



This brand-new exhibit in the Matt Winn Gallery celebrates the 30th anniversary Kentucky Derby win of the filly, Winning Colors. ‘Winning Colors: Famous Fillies’ features history, artifacts and more about the only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, Regret (1913) , Genuine Risk (1980) and Winning Colors (1988).

The exhibit features the gold cup presented to the Klein Family, the owners of Winning Colors, for her Derby win. The trophy was recently acquired by the Museum from the San Diego Hall of Champions and has now been fully restored to its original condition. Winning Colors was the first Kentucky Derby win for Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens and Hall of Fame Trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Many of the artifacts come from the recently acquired D. Wayne Lukas Collection.

In addition, the exhibit highlights the history of the Kentucky Oaks as well as other champion fillies including Personal Ensign, Lady’s Secret, and Zenyatta.


Exhibit Highlights
1988 Kentucky Derby Gold Cup won by Winning Colors
1988 Garland of Roses won by Winning Colors
1988 Winner’s Blanket presented to Winning Colors
1950 Kentucky Oaks Trophy won by Ari’s Mona

Magnificent Mona Bismarck

Famous for her trademark silver hair, aquamarine eyes, and uncompromising sense of fashion, Louisville Kentucky native Mona Bismark was the first American to be declared the Best-Dressed Woman in the World, a distinction bestowed upon her in 1933 by luminaries from the world of haute couture. She was mentioned in movies, lyrics and alluded to in books. One of the most photographed socialites in her day, this show will feature extensive images, commissioned by Vogue from photographers of note, and personal portraits by artist Salvador Dali and Savely Sorine, that hung in Mona’s superb homes throughout the world. The show will span five decades of Mona’s personal couture beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s upon her retirement from the public spotlight.

Model Train Show

The K & I Model Railroad Club will display and operate our Traveling HO scale layout during normal library hours. With 3 main tracks on the layout, you might see steam and diesel power with freight and passenger service. Admission is FREE. Parking is FREE. An event for children of all ages.

AOG Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

AOG Festival is a 2 day event. Featuring 125 Fine Arts and Crafts from local to national artists. No need to pack a lunch, we offer a variety of fabulous foods, craft beer, wine and cool, refreshing, homemade sangria. Enjoy Americana music while relaxing under the tent. Free kids activities. Free Admission. Rain or shine. No pets please.

World Cup Viewing Party at the Muhammad Ali Center

GOOOOOALL!

Come celebrate the World Cup with your friends and family for a FREE viewing party this summer.

Egypt vs. Saudi Arabia

Iran vs. Portugal

We’ll have activities for children and fun facts about the teams related to our new temporary exhibit, America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

Look for viewing parties for the quarterfinals on July 7th and the championship match on July 15th!

World Cup Viewing Party at the Muhammad Ali Center

GOOOOOALL!

Come celebrate the World Cup with your friends and family for a FREE viewing party this summer.

Egypt vs. Saudi Arabia

Iran vs. Portugal

We’ll have activities for children and fun facts about the teams related to our new temporary exhibit, America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

Look for viewing parties for the quarterfinals on July 7th and the championship match on July 15th!

MONDAY HALF-PRICE BOTTLES OF WINE

OUR SPECIAL FRENCH WINE-BY-THE-GLASS SELECTION (40+ TO CHOOSE FROM) IS AVAILABLE
BY THE BOTTLE AT HALF-PRICE ON MONDAYS!

Free Guided Mansion and Exhibit Tours

Tour inside the historic Ferguson Mansion located in the heart of Old Louisville. Once a private residence and later Pearson Funeral Home, today the mansion houses the renowned Filson Historical Society. Free tour also includes three exhibitions, as well as renovated carriage house as well as the modern, state-of-the-art 2016 addition, designed by local architects DeLeon and Primmer.

THE JOHNNY COUNTERFIT SHOW

Johnny Counterfit, backed by the Time Travelers Band, performs voice impressions of traditional country music superstars, Hollywood legends, and iconic comedians in a musical show mixed with clean comedy. With more than 30 vocal impressions in a 90 minute show, you’ll hear voices ranging from Johnny Cash, Dwight Yoakam, and Hank Williams to Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Stewart!

Aged Guests Earn Aged Steaks.

Dine with Le Moo within two days of your birthday in a party of four or more and we’ll discount your bill your age in dollars! Must have valid photo ID. You can’t beat this deal, it’s Le Moo’s gift to you!! Details at lemoorestaurant.com.

Ping Pong Tournament

A ping pong table will be set up by the stage. Come in and challenge your friends!

Dress Up, Speak Up

“Bedecked and bejeweled, the figures populating Dress Up, Speak Up occupy fluid space and time, evoking past and present, fact and fiction, memory and desire, to illuminate the complexity of contemporary identity.” 21c current art exhibit is titled Dress Up, Speak Up, and features the works of contemporary artists.

America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

America to Zanzibar is an immersive, interactive exhibit about the diversity of Muslim cultures in our community, our country, and the world. It offers children and families exciting hands-on experiences to explore in the areas of art, architecture, music, design, travel, trade and more! 

  • Experience world cultures through design, music, and objects
  • Explore the meaning of home through
  • Exchange ideas and goods through travel and trade
  • Barter and trade in a global marketplace
  • Uncover the majesty and variety of Muslim architecture
  • Reflect on the meaning of home while looking at treasured personal belongings
  • Enjoy dance, theater and music performances, art and cooking demonstrations and lots of hands-on activities

The Ali Center is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am - 5pm, Sunday 12-5 pm and closed Monday. 

OVER THE RIVER & THROUGH THE WOODS

A warmhearted comedy about four loving, but overbearing, Italian-American grandparents who try desperately to keep their unmarried grandson close to home. Loaded with laughter, guilt, and lasagna! Ticket price includes dinner, show, tax, & parking.

Winning Colors: Famous Fillies exhibition



This brand-new exhibit in the Matt Winn Gallery celebrates the 30th anniversary Kentucky Derby win of the filly, Winning Colors. ‘Winning Colors: Famous Fillies’ features history, artifacts and more about the only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby, Regret (1913) , Genuine Risk (1980) and Winning Colors (1988).

The exhibit features the gold cup presented to the Klein Family, the owners of Winning Colors, for her Derby win. The trophy was recently acquired by the Museum from the San Diego Hall of Champions and has now been fully restored to its original condition. Winning Colors was the first Kentucky Derby win for Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens and Hall of Fame Trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Many of the artifacts come from the recently acquired D. Wayne Lukas Collection.

In addition, the exhibit highlights the history of the Kentucky Oaks as well as other champion fillies including Personal Ensign, Lady’s Secret, and Zenyatta.


Exhibit Highlights
1988 Kentucky Derby Gold Cup won by Winning Colors
1988 Garland of Roses won by Winning Colors
1988 Winner’s Blanket presented to Winning Colors
1950 Kentucky Oaks Trophy won by Ari’s Mona

Magnificent Mona Bismarck

Famous for her trademark silver hair, aquamarine eyes, and uncompromising sense of fashion, Louisville Kentucky native Mona Bismark was the first American to be declared the Best-Dressed Woman in the World, a distinction bestowed upon her in 1933 by luminaries from the world of haute couture. She was mentioned in movies, lyrics and alluded to in books. One of the most photographed socialites in her day, this show will feature extensive images, commissioned by Vogue from photographers of note, and personal portraits by artist Salvador Dali and Savely Sorine, that hung in Mona’s superb homes throughout the world. The show will span five decades of Mona’s personal couture beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s upon her retirement from the public spotlight.

Model Train Show

The K & I Model Railroad Club will display and operate our Traveling HO scale layout during normal library hours. With 3 main tracks on the layout, you might see steam and diesel power with freight and passenger service. Admission is FREE. Parking is FREE. An event for children of all ages.

AOG Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

AOG Festival is a 2 day event. Featuring 125 Fine Arts and Crafts from local to national artists. No need to pack a lunch, we offer a variety of fabulous foods, craft beer, wine and cool, refreshing, homemade sangria. Enjoy Americana music while relaxing under the tent. Free kids activities. Free Admission. Rain or shine. No pets please.

Russdiculous Golf Scramble

Our annual RUSSDICULOUS Golf Scramble is right around the corner and we want you there! We will be returning to the gorgeous, Arthur Hills designed, 18-hole championship golf course, Persimmon Ridge. So, mark your calendars for Monday, June 25th, 2018 @ noon at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course in Louisville, KY.

Tastings of Wine and Bourbon

Welcome to Taste Fine Wines & Bourbons

Taste opened in 2008 on Frankfort Avenue and moved to NuLu in November, 2011. Our focus is fine wines from smaller vineyards in Europe, the Americas, South Africa and New Zealand, among others. On the bourbon side, we look for Kentucky distillers who produce in smaller batches, controlling quality and creating bourbons with smooth, rich flavors.

Our wine tasting menu changes weekly and we regularly have 90-100 premium bourbons open to taste.

Like us on Facebook so you can keep up-to-date with us and learn about special tastings, wine dinners, and more

Walking Tour of Old Louisville

This architectural and historical walking tour, guided by a knowledgeable Old Louisville resident, will depart at 1:30 pm. Tuesday- Saturday from the Visitors Center in Old Louisville, and will last 75 minutes. The tour takes you through the Old Louisville historic preservation district, the largest Victorian neighborhood in the country with 45 square blocks of stately residences and picturesque town homes. $15 per person.

Free Guided Mansion and Exhibit Tours

Tour inside the historic Ferguson Mansion located in the heart of Old Louisville. Once a private residence and later Pearson Funeral Home, today the mansion houses the renowned Filson Historical Society. Free tour also includes three exhibitions, as well as renovated carriage house as well as the modern, state-of-the-art 2016 addition, designed by local architects DeLeon and Primmer.