Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville
About Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202, United States
Ticket Price: 14 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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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.
- 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 & 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
- 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 & Factory by Public Transport
- Bus:At Main @ 9th
- By Car
- By Renting a Bike.
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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville Reviews - Write a Review
Very cool place, no stickers for my traveling pelican cases(huge bummer). T-Shirts are good for people who don't really care, but if your a muscular, or trim person and want your shirt to fit like it should then don't bother. Historically this place is really cool, you and your kids or whoever is with you will have a good time. Lots of places to visit within walking distance. Parking garage connected to the rear of the building, if you have a large work truck like I did you'll need to park somewhere else because the garage only fits vehicles under 7' tall.
We stopped here last minute on our way through Louisville and I am glad we did. What fun!!! If your kids are "ballers", heck even if they aren't, I think they would like this place. The Lego exhibit was super cool! The tour was interesting. My kids really liked all the baseball facts in the museum and it was very hands on. I would recommend checking it out.
The Louisville Slugger Museum is a must for any die hard Baseball fan! It is along the lines of Cooperstown for bats. Going down the street on your way to the museum you will see replica bats of several Baseball great from Babe Ruth to Jackie Robinson. Then when you arrive you see the giant bat outside the museum which is great for a Photo opportunity. The tour is fun and interactive. There are several exhibits and also a batting cages for the young up and comers or those trying look like we know what we are doing. The gift shop is really cool and sell all types of stuff at good prices also you can get your very own personalized Bat in the style of your choosing.
Fantastic museum that every sport fan must see! The museum had a tour of the factory that showed how the bats were made, the history, and the guide talked about what each baseball player liked to order. Everyone gets a small bat at the end of the tour. Micah, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable and had funny jokes. There is a batting cage that you can try, a few lego stadiums of famous baseball parks, life size players that you can take a picture with, and lots of fun baseball trivia/memorabilia. Plus a nice gift shop with bats that you can personalize.
Had a great time at the Louisville Slugger Museum. I took the tour and it was great and not very long. They give you a free mini bay at the end too! If you go after 6 pm I believe it's cheaper. I also did the batting cages. It was only $2 I think and a lot of fun.
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