Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202, United States, 40202
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8777758443
  • Fax: +1-5025851179
  • Ticket Price: 14 USD
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museum, Sculpture, Social, Arts, Museums

Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory - Review

Get to know the A to Z of the Louisville Slugger baseball bats and the sheer history which the brand has made for itself! This place offers an exclusive tour which meanders around the journey that the brand has made with some of the most legendary Baseball players of all times. The museum also collaborates with other greats like ‘Ripley’s Believe it or not’ to add seasonal exhibits to its grand collection.

Highlights include:

  • The Big Bat (World biggest baseball bat made from steel)
  • Glove Sculpture: A giant baseball glove.
  • Bud’s Battling Cage where you can hit a ball with the replicas of bats used by legends like Babe Ruth!
  • Factory Tour

Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory Ticket Prices

Other Ticket Prices:

  • Adults: USD 14
  • Seniors (60+ years): USD1 3
  • Kids (6-12 years): USD 8
  • Kids 5 years & under: Free

Group rates:

  • Adult: USD 13
  • Senior (age 60+): USD 12
  • College Student: USD 11
  • Students (ages 6-18): USD 7
  • Ages 5 & Under: Free

Driver and escort receive free admission with motor coach groups.

Call up the place or visit the official website for more prices.

How To reach Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory by Public Transport

  • Bus:At Main @ 9th
  • By Car
  • By Renting a Bike.

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TripHobo Highlights for Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory

  • Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory Address: 800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202, United States, 40202
  • Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory Contact Number: +1-8777758443
  • Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory Price: 14 USD
  • Best time to visit Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory(preferred time): 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 88.49% of people who visit Louisville include Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory in their plan

  • 43.9% of people start their Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

89.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory

People normally club together The Big Four Bridge and Frazier History Museum while planning their visit to Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory.

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Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory, Louisville Reviews

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  • Had a first hand experience of how baseball bats are made in the 1900s where the skill of craftsman is key. Each player have custom made weights and dimensions which made things very difficult to produce bats with just hand tools. Now with the advancement of technology this facility makes 300 bats/minutes!! Custom made and regular. A baseball fan will easily connect with the terms used in the place. For a novice its a different experience altogether!

  • What a fun and exciting way tour this working factory! It was amazing to see a demonstration of bats being made by hand as well as new high tech processes, each tour concludes with everyone getting a FREE Souvenir Mini Bat. The museum was interactive and great for kids, they have game bars you can hold including one from Babe Ruth. I will admit the wax sculptures were a bit terrifying, but that can easily be overlooked. If you’re in Louisville check this place out.

  • Had planned a road trip across the country from Washington state to Virginia and put this place on my list of things to see. Man, I was not disappointed! If you are a baseball enthusiast, you have got to make it by here. From the bat collection to the history of their company and baseball in general, it was very educational. The tour of the production area where they make the bats was awesome as well. Definitely recommend this to anyone who loves the game of baseball, and for touring the production area, you even get a miniature LS Bat!

  • It's a fun way to pass an hour or so. The factory was smaller than I expected and it was really interesting to see how they make the bats. It's pretty amazing all the different customizations you could opt for if ordering your own. The museum was interesting enough, even for someone not super into baseball, but it probably would be better if you love baseball.

  • This was an awesome visit while in Kentucky. While in Kentucky for the weekend we decided to "hit" up the Slugger museum and so glad we did. It was a little busy, but that is what happens when you show up while a few schools are visiting as well. With as busy as it was, it was just a little bit confusing on where we needed to go to get our tickets for the tour. We went to the Service desk area and they pointed us in the right direction. The museum part is very interesting. You can check it out before and/or after your scheduled tour. The tour on how the bats are made is just as interesting. At the end of the tour you receive a mini bat, which is super cute! You also have the oppurtunity to check out their souvenir shop before you leave! Check them out while you're there. Even if you're not a baseball fan, it interesting to see the work that goes into making the bats.

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