Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
1620 Leisure Way
Clarksville, IN 47129
Phone: (812) 283-9696
Fax: (812) 283-9697
1620 Leisure Way, Clarksville, IN, US, 47129
- Phone: (812) 283-9696
- Fax: (812) 283-9697
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.
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.
The Big Four Bridge connects Jeffersonville, Kentucky and Louisville. Very beautfilly designed, this bridge is a great place for family outings or to simply jog or take a walk. From this bridge, you can also view breathtaking panorama of scenic Louisville landscape as well as the serene river nearby. Beneath the Big Four Bridge, you can also find a sprawling playground and a rental shop for bikes. This bridge is popular among bikers since a dedicated lane for bikes is created on the bridge.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Looming like an all-American obelisk over downtown Louisville, the Louisville Slugger Museum's signature giant-size baseball bat is recognized the world over as the biggest, bestest piece of ash in existence. Inside the facility, visitors are treated to as well-rounded a baseball experience as could be offered at even the most premiere ballparks in the league. You'll be immersed in history, technology and heart for the better part of an afternoon. The best part is the brief tour of the factory floor, where you'll see real live Louisville Sluggers being crafted out of raw timber like golden fleece spun out of dirty lamb's wool.
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.
Originally known as the Southern National Bank, the Old Bank of Louisville is a great Greek Revival structure made up of brick and limestone. Considered to be as one of the most sophisticated and elite commercial structures, the bank looks great in it's interior and exterior styling. The bank stands original as it is even today, after it was built first, and is currently used as the lobby for the Actors Theater of Louisville.
Established in 2011, Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse is an ideal place to feast on freshly brewed beers and delicious food. Managed by a group of friends: Jerry, Adam, Sam and Andrew, this is the first traditional brewpub in the city. Against The Grain takes pride in brewing a vast variety of beers that are rich in flavor. Right from classic ales to special flavors like fruit, herbal, floral, citrus and more, are available here. Their menu features a delightful range of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and chicken that will complement your drink. Located on the grounds of Louisville Slugger Field, you can enjoy a drink and meal here before or after a game.
Formerly known as the Jefferson County Courthouse, the Louisville Metro Hall was a Gideon Shryyock architectural style structure. Featuring the bays on the facade with a huge entrance that leads one into the building is absolutely stunning. The metro hall is a place that serves as a great county place for Louiville. There are several events organised by the officials for the young kids, one of the very famous event was plantation of trees throughout Louisville and the same was a great success.