The Muhammad Ali Center will open its doors to give visitors the chance to catch complimentary Olympic coverage from 9:30am-5:00pm on July 31, August 1, 2, 8, 9 & 10. Live Olympic coverage will be shown in the Center’s auditorium on a large viewing screen.
Visitors are free to bring in a brown bag lunch with them. Entrance into the viewing area is complimentary, but guests can pay to see the Center’s exhibits at the admissions desk if they choose to do so.
The Center boasts three levels of award-winning exhibits that document Muhammad Ali’s life and legacy. In addition to these permanent exhibits, visitors can take part in an interactive exhibit called Olympic Summer. Olympic Summer is an informative, all-ages-friendly exhibit that allows visitors to compete against one another in mock Olympic events and follow Muhammad Ali’s Olympic journey from his 1960 Gold Medal in Rome to his torch-bearing appearance at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
The Ali Center is located at 144 North Sixth Street in downtown Louisville. Parking is available on side streets or in the PARC garage located below the Ali Center. For questions, please call (502) 584-9254.
The Muhammad Ali Center is a cultural attraction and international education center that is inspired by the ideals of Muhammad Ali. Featuring an award-winning visitor experience, educational and public programming, and global initiatives, the Ali Center reaches beyond its physical walls to fulfill its mission: To preserve and share the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be. For more information, please call (502) 584-9254 or visit www.alicenter.org.
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