Category Archives: Kentucky

Locust Grove

One of the most enjoyable and educational holiday activities in Louisville, KY is the annual candlelight tour at Locust Grove.  The home was built by William and Lucy Clark Croghan in 1790 and was the last home of General George Rogers Clark who was a Revolutionary War hero and founder of Louisville.  The candlelight tour

Things to do with your Kids on a Rainy Day in Louisville Ky

Rainy days can be difficult for families with children since the kids are usually bursting with energy that really can’t be burned off in the home. This doesn’t mean that you should fear, however. There is a variety of activities in Louisville, KY that children can enjoy on a rainy day. Some of these activities

Neighborhood Guide Phoenix Hill in Louisville Ky

Phoenix Hill is a neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky, which is close to the Ohio River and east of downtown. Within this neighborhood is the University of Louisville Hospital and other physician’s offices. Other businesses make up much of this neighborhood such as specialty shops and bars. Originally known as Preston’s Enlargement in 1774, this historic

A Guide to Nightlife in Louisville Ky

If you’ve ever taken a trip downtown Louisville at the night time, you’ve probably seen why so many people visit the city year round. Louisville ranks within the top 10 safest cities in the United States, and is a perfect place to visit during the nighttime. Everything from a river ferry, horse driven buggy ride,

Best Restaurants in Louisville

What Louisville restaurants should you be eating at? Where can you get the best service, the best food, and the best price? Here is your guide to the best places to eat in Louisville. *Mike Linnig’s Mike’s has been a part of Louisville for several decades, serving up some of the tastiest fried fish, frog

Colleges and Universities in Louisville Ky

If you are living within or outside but near the state of Kentucky and you plan to go to college, then your destination should be Louisville. Louisville is the largest city in the state of Kentucky with a population of between 450,000 and 750,000. Due to the large population of Louisville, it should be considered

Things to do in Louisville Kentucky

The kids are out of school and you need to find a place for rest and relaxation. Although Louisville is home to the Kentucky Derby in the spring, it is abound with a large variety of activities in the summer as well. Most of these activities are family oriented. Even if you do not have

Music Stores in Louisville Ky

Louisville, Kentucky has a wide range of music stores – many of them locally owned – that are certainly worthwhile for the avid music fan to check out. This is a selection of the best: 1. ear X-tacy – Bardstown Rd., Louisville – The best and most famous music store in Louisville (it has even

Italian Restaurants in Louisville Ky

Louisville, Kentucky is the home to many Italian restaurants, but only a few stands out above the rest. They stand out because of their excellent quality of food, service, and atmosphere. Some of the restaurants are more pricy than others, but the experience is well worth it. Pesto’s Italian and Persian Restaurant Located at 566

Conrad Caldwell House Museum Louisville Ky

1402 St. James Court, Louisville, Kentucky 40208 (502) 636-5023  •  www.conradcaldwell.org For a taste of Victorian Louisville, visit the Conrad-Caldwell House in Old Louisville. This ornate Romanesque mansion was built in 1895, and it was decked out in the finest that the 1890’s had to offer. Theophilus and Mary Conrad commissioned architect Arthur Loomis to