As Kentucky continues to move through stages of reopening during the pandemic, Louisville’s 120 attractions are also operating in various forms of serving customers. Louisville Tourism is curating information in as close to real time as possible with this list. And for future trip planning, see what normally tops the list of Louisville’s authentic attractions.
As many attractions got creative during a full quarantine, some are STILL offering virtual tours and events for you and your family to enjoy – all at an appropriate social distance.
And for those not traveling yet, what a great way to get an idea of what you might like to explore when you’re ready in person.
For a full list of virtual events going on in Louisville, click here.
And some of Louisville’s outdoor attractions remained open through it all and continue to be an entertainment refuge for locals and visitors alike.
- Big Four Pedestrian Bridge
- Cave Hill Cemetery
- Louisville Metro Parks
- Louisville Public Golf Courses
- Other Parks
- Parklands of Floyds Fork
- Waterfront Park
- Louisville Zoo
These attractions all offered virtual content during full quarantine. Some of these are now open to in-person visitation as well as continuing to offer virtual activities.
- 21c Museum Hotel (virtual tours)
- Actors Theatre Direct (virtual shows)
- Filson Historical Society (free audio recordings & digital assets for explortation)
- Frazier History Museum (opening June 11)
- Historic Locust Grove (virtual lessons)
- Horse Country (virtual tours)
- Kentucky Derby Museum (now open)
- Kentucky Science Center (summer camps begin June 15)
- Kentucky Shakespeare (virtual presentation)
- KMAC Musuem (shop is now open)
- Louisville Orchestra - Watch and Listen (online musical performances)
- Louisville Palace Theatre (virtual tours)
- Louisville Visual Art Association (virtual lessons)
- Mercury Ballroom (virtual tour of concert area)
- Speed Art Museum (opening July 5)
- Yew Dell Botanical Gardens (photos and daily videos through social media)