The Louisville Zoo is open 362 days a year, closed only on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Explore the zoo during this “off season” for many memory making days.
Grab some veggies and take the kids to get up close and personal with the variety of animals at Henry's Ark in Prospect.
You name it! Silvester wins the Zoo's baby giraffe naming contest. There's still time to see him during The World's Largest Halloween Party (Oct. 18-21 and 25-28, 5-8:30 pm).
Silvester? Cassius? Rudy? Your donations decide the name for the long-necked new addition at the Louisville Zoo.
Louisville Mega Caverns offer several types of tours with great family fun appeal and informational value for varying levels of physical ability - including the only underground zip line in the world.
I am always looking for fun and interesting things to do with my grandkids and I want to think I'm not a typical "Grandma." You won't find me sitting in a rocking chair knitting or waiting at home for my grandkids to come visit me. There are so many fun things to do in Louisville with your grandchildren (and some are even free!). Where do I begin?
Visit the Horse Cave area for a little bit of Australia. Who knew there were so many kangaroos in Kentucky.
Come see 600 pounds of Hope, new at the zoo!
Sixth annual Festival in the Upper Highlands at Atherton this Saturday
Elephants have been found to mourn their dead as humans do, so what can we expect to see from Scotty's mother?