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Two Day Adventure Experience

Day One

Breakfast - ZEGGS AMERICAN EGGS (Middletown)* - With a full menu, guests will be able to find something on the menu from classic eggs to the almost famous Crème Brulee French toast.

PARKLANDS OF FLOYDS FORK – Explore four parks linked by a park drive in this first-rate urban trail system that features a remarkable water fall that is part of a classic Kentucky stream—Floyds Fork. The Parklands features hiking trails, multi-use paths, playgrounds, road biking and mountain bike trails, guided hikes, and canoeing/paddling opportunities—all within four parks.

BLUEGRASS INDOOR KARTING - Determine who’s the fastest in the family at Bluegrass Indoor Karting. Experience speeds up to 40-mph on this 1000’ indoor go-kart track.

Lunch Cruise - BELLE OF LOUISVILLE* – Cruise along the Ohio River aboard the oldest operating river steamboat in the country and enjoy a Kentucky-inspired buffet. The paddlewheel-driven Belle of Louisville was built 1914, and is the only river steamboat to reach 100 years old. Take a tour and see her massive steam-powered engines that date to the mid-1890s. Along the way, you’ll enjoy a wonderful meal, live music, see life along the river banks and cruise beneath some bridges.

MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER– Stroll through the award-winning, multicultural center dedicated to the life and legacy of Louisville native son, Muhammad Ali. Learn the story behind Ali’s incredible life and the core principles that fueled his journey become the “Greatest of All Time.” You can even step into the boxing ring and take on the Champ, see a replica of the infamous red bike that started his boxing career, and get an up-close look at the Olympic torch he used to light the cauldron at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER MUSEUM & FACTORY - You can’t miss the 120-foot-tall Louisville Slugger bat welcoming you to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. See how the famous bats are made, hold bats actually used by baseball’s superstars, experience what it’s like to face a 90-mile-per-hour fastball, or take a sing with historic replica bats in the batting cages. You even get to take a mini Slugger bat home with you!

Dinner - PORCH KITCHEN & BAR* – The Porch is more than just a restaurant. The name comes from the cultural significance that the iconic American Porch holds - acting as the neighborhood's living room, a place to pass the time, and a place that connects individuals to the community. Serving comfort food with a southern flair and craft cocktails with the freshest herbs and juices.

After Dinner - JIM BEAM URBAN STILLHOUSE - Located at Fourth Street Live!, the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse gives visitors an understanding about Bourbon without leaving the Louisville city limits.

Day Two

Breakfast - TOAST ON MARKET* - Begin the day with a fabulous breakfast of pancakes, French toast or omelets at Toast on Market, located in the NULU gallery district in downtown Louisville.

FRAZIER HISTORY MUSEUM - Explore over 1,000 years of history throughout the Frazier History Museum with interactive exhibits, hands-on learning opportunities, and seeing history come to life through costumed actors who bring visitors face-to-face with some of the events and people who changed the world. Be sure to check out “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition,” on display now through September 10.

EVAN WILLIAMS BOURBON EXPERIENCE - Located on Louisville’s historic “Whiskey Row” featuring an artisanal distillery, tours, tastings and more. Celebrating the legacy of Evan Williams, Kentucky’s first distiller, this immersive experience brings to life the history and tradition of Kentucky’s native spirit.

Lunch - MERLE’S WHISKEY KITCHEN* - Enter this to-tapping, honky-tonk in downtown Louisville and you’ll be transported to a different time and place. The historic interior features belt-driven fans and a bar built in the 1920s.

THE FALLS OF THE OHIO FOSSIL BEDS – After exploring underground caverns, head to the surface to explore the 400-million-year-old fossil beds along the banks of the Ohio River that are among the largest, naturally exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. The Falls of the Ohio are where Lewis & Clark met to begin their great expedition to cross the western portion of the United States.

COPPER & KINGS AMERICAN BRANDY DISTILLERY – Based in Butchertown making American-style brandy. Take a tour of this modern distillery where they will show you how they sonically age the brandy with music each day. Enjoy your brandy tasting at the end of the tour or head up to ON3 to enjoy a cocktail that includes views of downtown Louisville.

Dinner - PIZZA LUPO* - Handmade pasta, wood-fired pizza & craft cocktails in a lovingly restored circa-1860 Butchertown building.

After Dinner - FLYING AXES – Forget the darts…how about throwing some axes? Compete against your friends to see who can score the highest points in the best of three rounds.

Looking for a ride downtown? All Lou Lift rides are free!