Louisville is Kentucky's largest city, and thus is a major tourist destination. Louisville is a fantastic destination to visit in the fall. The summer crowds are starting to diminish, which makes visiting attractions and dining out easier and more enjoyable. Not only that, but the fall weather in Kentucky is mild and perfectly enjoyable. Beyond the simple things, Louisville is a uniquely authentic travel destination. The cultural roots of Louisville run deep, offering guests a delightful glimpse into its heritage. Whether you want to be in the city or just outside, there are no finer or more authentic places to land than a Kentucky Bed and Breakfast. Book your room today!
10 Unique Things to Do in Louisville Kentucky
From Bourbon tastings and foodie delights to museums and horse racing, there's plenty to see and do in Louisville Kentucky. This fall, it's your opportunity to see and taste it all. Here are 10 great ways to experience the heartbeat of this incredible city:
Get your bourbon tasting on. Though Louisville isn't located on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, it still has quite the bourbon presence in town and is home to the Urban Bourbon Trail. It's the only city-wide bourbon trail filled with award-winning micro-distilleries and bars serving up some pretty delicious craft cocktails.
Keep yourself full and satisfied. Louisville has been ranked as one of the top ten foodie cities in America and pushes the boundaries on traditional southern food in truly incredible ways.
Walk across the Big Four Bridge at Louisville's Waterfront Park. This former railroad bridge has since been turned into a pedestrian bridge. Walk the bridge at night, and enjoy a special lighted treat.
Head underground in the man-made, 17-mile long Louisville Mega Cavern. Take a tram tour of the cavern, challenge yourself on the ropes course, or go ziplining underground for an entirely novel and unique experience.
Walkthrough the beautiful urban trail network at the Parklands of Floyd Fork. It's one of the largest metro parks in the country and is a great place for hiking road and mountain biking, and canoeing or paddling.
Do you want to get in on some trend-setting fun? Head to Flying Axes, and compete with your friends or family over some friendly ax-throwing. It's the first indoor facility of its kind in the state.
There may be great bourbon in Louisville, but don't miss out on the craft beer scene here! Louisville Kentucky actually has much of the same German immigrant influence on its brewing culture that popular midwest cities like Milwaukee have enjoyed. New breweries pop up all the time and have resulted in Louisville being named one of the top 10 beer destinations in the world.
The Best Lodging Near Louisville Kentucky
There are plenty of choices for lodging in and around Louisville. But if you're looking for something truly unique to complement your trip to this authentically Kentucky city, look no further than one of our Bed and Breakfasts. Each Inn has its own distinct character and charm, and all offer the kind of hospitality and service that you dream of. This fall, make your dream of visiting Louisville Kentucky a reality. Book a stay at one of our Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts today!