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Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage

Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage

Downtown

1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.
Louisville, KY 40203

Phone: (502) 583-4100
Fax: (502) 583-4112

Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage

Overview

The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage is the result of a collection of African American educators, artists and historians who have collaborated to give the long dormant history of African Americans in the region the voice and platform it deserves. This group evolved from the Louisville and Jefferson County African American Heritage Committee into its current mold, with a single unifying goal of promoting the Kentuckiana region’s black heritage. In 1994, The African American Heritage Foundation (AAHF) had the initial goal of encouraging the preservation of African American sites, communities and culture. This began with the preservation of historic structures in the African American community, and the recognition of important sites through its historic marker program. Now, the AAHF has opened a Center, located at 18th and Muhammad Ali Blvd. in Louisville, Kentucky. The center is dedicated to the sole purpose of showcasing these triumphs. Here, African American history has the platform to share its monumental achievements with the community in which it took place. The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage is a grand spot to host your next event. Our building can accommodate events of any fashion. The Center is available for wedding receptions, corporate retreats, meeting space and more.

Amenities

Amenities

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Meeting Space

Meeting Spaces

Derby Cafe

Area: 4,500 sq. ft.

The Derby Cafe

Area: 480 sq. ft.

The Great Hall

Area: 960 sq. ft.

The Pollard Gallery

Area: 1,920 sq. ft.

William Ray

Area: 360 sq. ft.

William Ray

Area: 2,400 sq. ft.