The Kentucky Derby may be over, but the party celebrating the most exciting two minutes in sports is still going. Visit our full guide of where to go and what to do this weekend and enjoy Louisville at its best.
Experience the elegance, southern charm and the best of Louisville on the eve of the Kentucky Derby.
If the most exciting two minutes in sports has brought you to possibility city this spring, there is no better way to experience Louisville than like a local.
Before the party can begin at the Kentucky Derby, the nightmare of parking inevitably ensues.
While the Run for the Roses goes on inside Churchill Downs, the run to escape city traffic and no parking areas goes on outside. As thousands of tourists descend on Louisville for the Kentucky Derby, it is important to plan ahead to avoid the traffic.
The TARC is busy and nowhere close to where you are, your car is in the shop, and you need to leave for work now. Louisvillians will soon have another option in local transportation thanks to international, technology company, Uber.
As Frankfurt celebrates Kentucky Writer’s Day, here are five Kentucky writers who have made an indelible ark on American culture and literature.
Across the Commonwealth, young people are encouraged to take up their pens in creative writing and poetry as Kentucky poet laureates of present and past commemorate their literary work and celebrate Kentucky Writer’s Day.