Located at 1315 Herr Ln. Louisville, KY 40222, Westport Village is an ever-changing outdoor shopping experience. With popular restaurants, unique retail options, and local businesses all within the same plaza, Westport Village can easily be your one-stop-shop for an afternoon of relaxed entertainment.
Clothing, home, and lifestyle stores include: Apricot Lane Boutique, Chartreuse, Chuck and Mike’s Tennis Shop, Clater Jewelers, Closets By Design, Collections, FRESH Boutique 4 Girls, Home Inspired, J. Carlton Shoes, J. Higgins Gallery & Framing, Louisville Tile Design Center, Oberer’s Flowers, Playthings Toy Shoppe, Secret Garden, Shirt Tie N’ Links, ...
The Frazier History Museum is unlike any other place in the city!
Located in Louisville’s Museum Row, at 829 West Main St. 40202, this truly is the ultimate place to learn about our country’s past. Although the motives to visit one of Louisville’s top museums are abundant, here are our personal top 3 reasons to check out The Frazier History Museum.
#1. Interactive learning is perfect for the whole family.
The Frazier History Museum has perfected the art of teaching about our history in a way that captivates people of all ages. A combination of preserved artifacts, life-size replicas of historical battle scenes, interactive displays, and costume interpretations provides experiences that will speak to children and adults in ways that specifically appeal to them. History buffs are always on hand to guide museum goers through various hands-on experiences as well. Hold artifact replicas in your hands to gain a better understanding of how Native Americans hunted and gathered food. Wonder what it was like to travel by horseback in the Old West? Check out a saddle and other handmade leather items while learning about our country’s historic frontier. Costumed interpreters demonstrate the art of sword fighting and teach history through storytelling as well. A visit to the museum is truly an interactive experience that charms both...
Cherokee Park, located near the Crescent Hill and Highlands area, is one of Louisville, KY’s most beloved parks. Covering over 375 acres, any lover of the outdoors can easily find something of interest. Runners, cyclists, golfers, and families can all experience Cherokee Park in a unique way. From tree covered trails to wide open green spaces, this is your go-to spot to get lost in some of Louisville’s natural beauty.
One of the most popular aspects of Cherokee Park is all of the fantastic paved trails. The Scenic Loop is over 2 miles of paved roadways that provide walkers and bicyclists with a smooth option for exercise. The Scenic Loop allows for one-way vehicle traffic while also offering a second lane designated for bicycle and pedestrian traffic. This is the perfect place for serious cyclists who would like to avoid the dangers of biking along with city roadway traffic....
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Whether you are an avid bicyclist, always up for a last minute softball game with friends, or just enjoy a simple afternoon running around with the kids, Louisville, KY has you covered. Our city is home to some absolutely wonderful parks with locations spread all across Jefferson County. Seneca Park is certainly one of those that is worthy of your time!
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Located between the neighborhoods of Seneca Gardens and Cherokee Gardens (and just outside the beautiful neighborhood of Crescent Hill), Seneca Park is a large area perfect for anyone looking for some outdoor...