Tickets at the door:
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Kentucky Exposition Center parking is $8 per vehicle per entry
Directions to the Show:
The Kentucky Exposition Center is located at the junction of I-65 and I-264 in Louisville. Signs reading "Fair/Expo Center" on both interstates lead to the main gate. Visitors may want to beat the traffic by entering Gates 2 & 4 on Crittenden Drive or Gate 6 on Preston Highway. Visitors traveling from out of state will find getting to the Kentucky Exposition Center easy as we are located just minutes from the Louisville International Airport.
From I-65 Northbound:
Exit at the Fair/Expo Center (Exit 131 B) and follow the signs to Gate 1, the Main Gate.
From I-65 Southbound:
Take Exit 132 to Crittenden Drive and merge to the far left. Gate 4 to the Fair/Expo Center will be directly on the left past the Cracker Barrel restaurant. If you continue on Crittenden Drive, Gates 2 and 3 will be on the left. To enter Gate 1, the Main Gate, go past Exit 132 and continue approximately 1/4 mile down I-65 to Exit 131B. Follow the Fair/Expo Center signs to the Main Gate.
From I-264 Westbound:
Exit at the Fair/Expo Center (Exit 11) and follow the signs to Gate 1, the Main Gate. If you continue on I-264, you can exit at Crittenden Drive to enter Gates 2, 3, and 4 (on the right). To access Preston Highway (Route 61) take Exit 12. Turn right off the exit ramp and follow Preston Highway to Gate 6, which will be on the left between the Sleep Inn and Thornton's gas station.
From I-264 Eastbound:
Exit at the Fair/Expo Center (Exit 11) to Crittenden Drive. Proceed to Gates 2, 3, and 4 which will be on the right. If you continue past the Crittenden Drive exit to I-65, exit at the Fair/Expo Center (Exit 12) and follow the signs to Gate 1, the Main Gate.
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