Louisville, Kentucky is not only the home of "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports," but also has the largest urban forest in the United States. With over 120 parks to walk, run or simply relax with the kids, you will be able to enjoy the scenic beauty of Louisville. Louisville is deep in the culture of African-American heritage. Take a walk and discover the history of Louisville. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a great place to start on your tour through the history of Louisville. Enjoy some traditional southern food in one of the many restaurants. If you are just looking for a nice place to relax and enjoy some of the famous Kentucky Bourbon, you will not be disappointed with your choices. Louisville has over 2500 places to eat, you are sure to find something for everyone. Louisville is home to the annual Humana Festival of New American Plays. The Louisville Zoo is available year round, and is a great destination for the whole family. Stop and visit the Muhammad Ali Center or any of the other historic museums on Louisville's Main Street. Fourth Street Live is one of the hotspots for an entertaining evening. There are a number of businesses located in the center, and during warm weather you can enjoy an outdoor concert.
Events in Louisville
From Bardstown to Broadway: The Suffrage Driving and Walking Tour
at Louisville Free Public Library
Take an intersectional journey through the streets of Louisville, as we trace the footsteps of the local suffrage movement and the courageous women who fought for the right to vote.
CNU-MCC CNU26 Pre-Day Event
at Sojourn Church Midtown
CNU26 Pre-Day Event: 2:00 - 7:00 PM, June 11, 2019 Since the CNU-MCC started three years ago at CNU24 in Detroit we have grown in numbers and interest in CNU-MCC sponsored sessions. Last year, for example, the CNU-MCC member led session was standing room only with peopl