One Day Cultural Experience
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Blue Dog Bakery & Cafe– A local favorite, Blue Dog Bakery & Café is a great start to your day. Enjoy fresh out of the oven artisanal bread or breakfast sandwiches. Be sure to grab one of their pastries to take with you.
Kaviar Forge & Gallery–Representing over 100 artists, Kaviar Forge & Gallery is filled with various fine arts, crafts, jewelry, furniture, blacksmithing and sculptures that celebrates local arts and crafts.
Butchertown Market-A one-stop-shop for a little retail therapy with items for the home to bourbon chocolates to cooking spices and sauces from Bourbon Barrel Foods.
Stoneware & Co. Art Factory-Louisville Stoneware & Co. has been dedicated to the tradition and careful craftsmanship of transforming clay into enduring, functional art forms for the home, kitchen and garden since 1815. During your tour, you’ll follow the steps of more than 20 skilled artisans who take the clay from raw form to completed piece, and along the way you’ll be able to touch the pieces in their various states.
The Café–Serving a unique menu of hearty breakfasts, the Café offers ample portions of fresh, home-cooked foods with a southern accent served with love in an artistically eclectic setting.
Cressman Art Center on Main-The Cressman Center is an expansion of the University of Louisville’s Art Department that provides exhibition space for the visual arts within the urban center of the city. The center is also home to the department’s glass program, which provides the public the chance to observe the daily operations of the glass studio.
Muhammad Ali Center–Stroll through the award-winning, multicultural center dedicated to the life and legacy of Louisville native son, Muhammad Ali. Learn about Ali’s incredible life that fueled his journey become the “Greatest of All Time.” Step into the boxing ring and take on the Champ, discover the story behind his infamous red bike that started his boxing career, and see the Olympic torch he used to light the cauldron at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
KMAC–Located on Louisville’s Museum Row, KMAC is a non-profit art museum dedicated to hosting exhibitions that examine creative practices representing the multifaceted landscape of contemporary artistic production and material culture in the 21st century.
Speed Art Museum–Explore the Speed’s collections, spanning more than 6,000 years of human creativity, culture, and experiences that inspire curiosity, build visual literacy and teach about the world around us.
610 Magnolia-Chef Edward Lee’s eatery showcases innovative Southern fare amid stylish décor.