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Louisville Kentucky Community Information

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Louisville combines many of the best qualities of large and small cities to create one of the nation's most appealing cities. In fact, in 2006 a study conducted by two national relocation companies rated Louisville as the nation's best city for relocating families. Their study was based on a number of economic and quality-of-life factors such as commute times, cultural offerings, tax rates, recreational activities, and the quantity of family-friendly events and venues.

Recently, according to the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER), the cost of living in Louisville is about 11% below the national average. Furthermore, the US Conference of Mayors (USCM) named Louisville the most livable large city.

Louisville is also an interesting city. The attractions which visitors perennially love — Churchill Downs,
Seneca and Cherokee Parks (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), the Kentucky Center for the Arts   — have in recent years been joined by a number of exciting new ventures including Fourth Street Live  the Muhammad Ali Center, and even a nationally recognized Skateboard Park  One of Louisville’s newest attractions,. KFC Yum! Center, opened in October, 2011. 

Wonder where to find some basic information about Louisville? From our local newspaper to on line event calendars, city and state sites, and special guides and review sites, you can find plenty to do and plan you strategy for taking it all in. 

Whether you enjoy our area's rivers, caves, fossils, or other natural phenomena or exciting man-made attractions that are part of our history, you will find plenty to see and do in Louisville.

Louisville offers a full range of performing arts "as you like it." From Opera to Broadway, from modern dance to classical ballet or from local bands to a symphony that plays the classics and pop music, Louisville is not short on culture.

With and increasing reputation as a center for contemporary art, Louisville displays ancient classical and modern art in its premier Speed Museum and other settings, but has many venues for local Kentucky art as well.

 

Louisville Guides & Stats
Courier-Journal Newspaper
Louisville.com
Louisville Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Louisville Metro Parks
Louisville Restaurant Reviews
Possibility City 


Kentucky Guides & Stats
Kentucky Golf Course Guide
Kentucky Tourism
Kentucky Tourism Council
Kentucky State Parks
Kentucky Statistics
Kentucky Travel Guide



Government
Kentucky State Government
Louisville Metro Government
Louisville Chamber of Commerce
City of St Matthews


Arts & Museums
21C Museum   
Frazier History Museum
Glassworks 
  Hadley Pottery Company   
Hard Rock Café 
Kentucky Derby Museum 
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft 
Louisville Historical Museum 
Louisville Visual Art Association  
Speed Arts Museum   
The Gallery on Pearl, LLC 
Speed Arts Museum 



Area Attractions
Belle of Louisville 
Bluegrass Indoor Karting  
Cathedral Gardens  
Cave Country Adventures  
Churchill Downs 
Fourth Street Live  
Hidden Hill Nursery and Sculpture Garden  
Historic Locust Grove  
Howard Steamboat Museum and Mansion  
Jefferson Memorial Forest  
Kentucky Speedway 
Kentucky Derby Museum  
Louisville Bats    
Louisville Mega Caverns 
Louisville Science Center & IMAX Theatre
Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory 
Louisville Zoo
Main Street Visitors Center 
Mint Julep Tours 
Muhammed Ali Center 
Skateboard Park 
Waterfront Park 



Performing Arts
Actors Theatre
Broadway Series
Louisville Ballet
Kentucky Center for the Arts
Kentucky Opera
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival 
KFC Yum! Center 
Louisville Orchestra 
Louisville Palace Theatre
Louisville Slugger Museum
Louisville Theatrical Association 
Louisville Visual Art Association
Muhammad Ali Center
Stage One
Stephen Foster 
University of Louisville Department of Theater 
 

 

Picture credits: Louisville Historical Museum, Montage, Speed Museum 

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