Louisville is home to some unique Southern tastes, including the mint julep cocktail (essential to a Kentucky Derby party!), Derby Pie, Hot Brown sandwich, and more. A visit to Louisville is not complete without sampling some of our local fare!
Louisville has a lot of unique places to visit while you are in town. Some of these places have been part of the fabric of Louisville for a long time! Ghost-hunters, nature lovers, arts and history buffs, and those just looking to have a great time will all find something to do in Kentuckiana.
If you are looking to shop local, there are many areas of town where you will find your haven. Louisville is a great mix of old and new, and this is reflected in the commerce of the city. Many historic neighborhoods still exist around town and are perfect for a relaxing afternoon stroll and some shopping.
Not only is the Louisville riverfront breathtaking, but it is home to some of the best outdoor fun to be had in this city. Add in our famous Big Four Bridge, museums, amusement park, and well-maintained park system, and you have plenty of reasons to step outside.
If a Louisville native were going to spend a week on vacation in the Derby City, what would they do? Even though it is hard for us to name all of our favorites, we think we did a pretty good job coming up with some of our ideal staycations here in town.