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 1620 Leisure Way , Clarksville, IN, US, 47129

  • Teléfono: (812) 283-9696
  • Fax: (812) 283-9697
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Atracciones

»New Albany National Cemetery

New Albany National Cemetery is a historic cremation ground that spreads across an area of 5.5 acres (2.2 hectares). It was built in 1862 and its administration is undertaken by Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. The cemetery belongs to the Civil War era and has about 300 soldiers buried here. It is open to visitors from morning to dusk.

1943 Ekin Avenue
New Albany, IN 47150

»DePauw Avenue Historic District

Included in National Register, this historical district is named in the honor of the respected Depauw family. Most of the properties follow different architectural styles like Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, Tudor Revival and so forth.

DePauw Avenue
New Albany, IN 47150

»Big Four Bridge

This former railroad bridge connects Jeffersonville, Indiana to Louisville. Today, it's a pedestrian and bicycle only bridge and a great way to exercise while traversing two states in one day. It was reconverted as part of a Louisville revitalization project and both states provided funds for its new usage. The bridge can be accessed from beautiful Waterfront Park on the Kentucky side and from Riverside Drive from the Indiana side.

1100 River Road
Louisville, KY 40206

»Water Tower

Built in Greek Revival style in 1856, and designated as a National Historical Landmark, the Water Tower has the distinction of being one of the oldest water towers in the world which still stands proudly by the Ohio River. Having served the people of Louisville since the 17th Century, it was damaged several times over the centuries. Since 1977, the tower and its surrounding confines have been managed by the Louisville Visual Arts Association which organizes art-related, cultural and community events here.

3005 River Road
Louisville, KY 40207

»Mayor Andrew Broaddus

The Mayor Andrew Broaddus is a lifesaving station in Louisville that was named in honor of Andrew Broaddus, a former mayor of the city. Rescue crews were posted at this station to protect visitors from the rapids of the Ohio River. Launched in 1929, it was one of the first three to be featured on western waters.

4th Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»Belle of Louisville

The historic steamboat - Belle of Louisville is the oldest operating steam boat credited with maximum number of places visited and miles covered, ever since it was put into service on the Allegheny River in 1914. The boat is made of steel except the main deck, which is of asphalt. Since 1931, the boat has served the ports along the Ohio river, and was also operational during the World War II. It was listed in the National Register Historic Places in 1972 and was also awarded with National Historic Landmark in 1989. Besides, it was also one of the famous steamboats to participate in the Great Steamboat Race event of the Kentucky Derby Festival during the 1960s. Today, the boat can easily be chartered for family events and tour to its historic route along the Ohio river is also conducted from time to time. Refer to their website for more information. 

401 West River Road
Louisville, KY 40202

»Waterfront Park

Louisville Waterfront Park is a playground for people of all ages. It offers a grand view of the river, space for concerts & festivals, and picnic spaces.

129 East River Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40202

»Louisville Champions Park

Louisville Champions Park is among the many parks run by the Metro Park. Nestled by the river banks, it is between Louisville Waterfront Park, Louisville Water Tower Park and Thurman Hutchins Park. Spread across 222 acres (89.84 hectares), it has many athletic fields, a cyclocross course, cross-country course, a fenced dog park, walking paths, a playground, restrooms and concession stands. It is also home to the Louder Than Life festival. It also hosts league matches regularly.

2050 River Road
Louisville, KY 40206

»Muhammad Ali Center

Muhammad Ali could be considered by many as one of Louisville's most prodigious sons. This stunning multipurpose facility devoted to the boxing great promotes his ethos and six core principles of Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Giving, Respect and Spirituality. The building also provides event space and it offers guests an opportunity to relive the life and times of the man who was born as Cassius Clay. Some exhibits include a movie, a number of interactive video displays, and educational programs on how to become involved in social justice projects within the community.

144 North 6th Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Leaning like an all-American obelisk on its building, the Louisville Slugger Museum's signature giant-size baseball bat is recognized as the biggest piece of ash that will probably not see any action on the diamond. Inside the facility, visitors are treated to a baseball experience that details the history of this iconic baseball Major League fixture since 1884. The best part is the 30-minute tour of the factory floor, where you'll see real Sluggers being crafted out of raw timber. When you enter, sign up for the chance to obtain your own signature bat, it will be ready by the time you leave.

800 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts showcases some of the biggest names in theater, dance, and music. Home of the Kentucky Opera, Louisville Ballet, Stage One, and the Louisville Orchestra, the center's season also includes the hottest touring Broadway shows. Comprised of four theaters, from the 2,406-seat Robert S. Whitney Hall to the far more intimate 319-seat MeX (black box) Theater, the center's venues are as diverse as its artistic lineup. The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts' outreach programs work year-round to bring a wealth of arts programs to the community.

501 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202

»Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Whiskey connoisseur or not, the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience is a must visit when in Louisville. This establishment is named after Kentucky's pioneering distiller and offers an insight into Williams' life and work. A guided tour of the distillery features an audio-visual interactive exhibition on the history of bourbon and its manufacturing process through the times. Visitors can also witness the state-of-the-art mechanism in use. At the end of the tour, sample some varieties like rye bourbon and single barrel bourbon, and take home unique souvenirs like bourbon mustard, maple syrup and toffee.

528 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
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