Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory915 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202, United States, 40202
- 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 Museums, Sculpture, Social, Arts, Museums
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
Entrance Ticket Details For Louisville Slugger Museum And Factory
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 And Factory
- Bus:At Main @ 9th
- By Car
- By Renting a Bike.
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