Louisville Prepares To Reopen
As destinations around the world respond to the constantly changing environment around the global pandemic, Louisville’s hospitality industry is working to provide as many services as possible, within the Kentucky Governor’s Office direction and CDC guidelines.
The Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport is open including a new Virtual Information Booth to assist travelers. Some area hotels have temporarily closed until further notice. Open hotels can be booked here.
Louisville restaurants were directed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be open for carry-out and pick-up only until May 22nd when Phase 2 of Kentucky’s Reopening Economy permits a reopening at 33% indoor capacity and unlimited outdoor seating.
Other hospitality-related openings as directed by Kentucky’s Governor:
May 20 – Retail (including gift shops of some Attractions and Distilleries)
June 1 – Movie theaters, fitness centers
June 11 – Campgrounds, public and private
July 1 – bars, with limitations, and gatherings up to 50 people allowed. (pending)
Many of Louisville’s attractions are offering virtual options, while parks that can accommodate social distancing remain open. All in-person events and performances have been canceled or postponed. The Louisville Visitor Center is temporarily closed until further notice.
Everyone looks forward to planning their next getaway and we hope yours will include a trip to the Bourbon City in the future. Below you may find some useful information to help experience Louisville until it’s safe for you to travel.
In the meantime, sending our #LouisvilleLove.