Louisville History and Research Resources
3 Ways to Celebrate Bastille Day
A guide to Bastille Day fun in Louisville, KY. French food and fun (along with why Louisville is named Louisville).
What is the Bourbon Trail?
Learn about Kentucky history by exploring the Bourbon Trail.
Top 8 Kentucky Caves
Explore the historic caves of Kentucky.
Frazier History Museum
The best historical museum in the region
Classic Summer Fun at the Georgetown Drive-In
Summer fun at the drive-in!
Louisville Stoneware has been producing and selling pottery since 1815.
Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve
A nature center outside of Louisville, KY.
The Seelbach is a slice of Louisville history.
Relics of Louisville History
This is a place to share relics of Louisville history--things that were once a part of our city but are now gone.
Top Louisville Museums
Visiting Louisville museums is a fun and educational activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages throughout the year.
Louisville Ghost Tours
Louisville Ghost Tours is a local group that offers walking tours of the haunted buildings of Downtown Louisville. A guide takes tour participants to several Louisville landmarks, telling stories of the city's haunted past along the way.
Farmington Historic Plantation
Farmington is a historic plantation that was built for John and Lucy Speed in the early 1800s from a plan that is believed to have been prepared by Thomas Jefferson.
Kentucky Show is a 32-minute long film about Kentucky that is shown in a 100-seat theater at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Historic Corydon Walking Tour
Explore Historic Corydon, Indiana's original state capitol, by taking this hour-long walking tour.
Ornate and Exquisite: The Louisville Palace
See performers at this ornate piece of Louisville history.
Learn about Kentucky cave formations.