Looking for something fun to do with your toddler in Louisville this week? Head to the Kentucky Science Center's KidZone.
Tonight, Tuesday, May 28, is Operation Parent night at the Louisville Bats baseball game. Doors open at 5:30pm.
BODY WORLDS Vital at Kentucky Science Center opened last week and runs until May. Preserved human specimens in various states of health and disease show how positive eating habits and exercise routines lead to improved health. Members get access to the exhibit plus permanent exhibits for $10/adult and $5/child; non-members will pay $20/adult and $15/child.
Louisville is Lonely Planet's top tourist destination for 2013. And baby, it's cold outside. That means it's a great time to stroll down Museum Row on Main and warm up in one of the nine cultural offerings downtown. Glass, science, boxing, baseball, art, and history--there's something for every adult and child!
Want to ring in the New Year with the youngsters in your life? And already be in bed by the time 2013 officially rolls in? Then check out the Louisville Science Center's Noon Year Celebration!
Get your science on at the Louisville Science Center's Science in Play exhibit now through January 1, 2013.
Who doesn't love a parade, especially a parade to honor the service and sacrifice of some real American Heroes: the men and women who serve, and have served, in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Have you ever seen a butterfly flutterby? Well, if not, you can on Sunday at the Louisville Science Center.
This video will make you want to take a trip to the Louisville Science Center yourself.
Free admission to participating museums is available to all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2012.
School's almost out. Now what?
Support local film and show your love for our dearly departed Ear X-Tacy with this special documentary screening.
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