HOST YOUR NEXT EVENT IN BOURBON CITY
Louisville’s unique brand of Southern hospitality, one-of-a kind attractions, Urban Bourbon Experience, rich culinary scene, convenience and affordability make it a world class destination for any meeting or event. Your attendees will love our restaurant and bar scene, the thrill of visiting Churchill Downs, Museum Row (with the likes of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and Muhammad Ali Center) and distillery tours. In no other city will you find the welcome you’ll receive in Louisville – from the Louisville Tourism staff to the friendly faces of the front-line staff and locals of this vibrant city.
2 Convention Centers
Kentucky Exposition Center adjacent to the airport and Kentucky International Convention Center downtown
20,890 Hotel Rooms
With 6,000+ downtown
Comprise the Urban Bourbon Experience
With 130 downtown
7 Miles from the airport
From baggage claim to downtown in a matter of minutes
60% People within a day’s drive
Louisville is easy to get to, and hard to leave
Louisville has not one, but TWO convention centers: one adjacent to the airport and one in the...
We have room for you and your meeting! In a place where 6 of the nation’s top 30 tradeshows have...
Start planning your reunion in Louisville
Louisville boasts a rich tradition of hosting successful sporting events.
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Learn more about the new hotels, attractions, venues and other projects coming soon to Bourbon City
Submit an RFP to Louisville Tourism and our participating hotels will offer your group $2 per room...
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Louisville Joins Tourism Industry in Championing National Travel and Tourism Week
The following staff changes at Louisville Tourism are announced
Tour operator crowned during Mint Julep Month
Bourbon City’s attractions, Black Heritage and culinary scene highlighted
City to host first industry conference since onset of COVID
Black Heritage in Racing exhibit at Kentucky Derby Museum opens to the public March 29