The Historic Frankfurt Avenue or simple ‘The Avenue’ is stretch of road which connect some of the historic and old-world lanes of Louisville. The lane covers areas including St. Matthews, Clifton and Crescent Hill and is considered one of the liveliest, edgy and eccentric streets in the city!
From the colorful boutiques to restaurant and cafes which serve the flavors of Louisville, to period buildings which take you back in time, the Avenue is a must during your stay in Louisville.
- The Trolleybus rides which are a piece of history itself.
How to Reach Historic Frankfort Avenue
- By Bus: At Payne @ Sturgis (since it’s a 2.4 miles stretch of road, have given the bus stop closer to the Clifton centre)
- By Car
- Trolleybus ride
- By Renting a bike.
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21.95% of people who visit Louisville include Historic Frankfort Avenue in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
31.48% of people start their Historic Frankfort Avenue visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Historic Frankfort Avenue
86.79% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Historic Frankfort Avenue
Historic Frankfort Avenue Reviews & Ratings
This building needs condemned. One of the urinals in the men's room literally drains into a bucket.
I love the beauty of the construction, especially on the interior
How many retail stores and how many resturants are there?Answer Report Abuse
I do not think the exact number for shops and restaurants is listed anywhere.Report Abuse