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Louisville's Got Talent!

It’s electric! And it’s not the electric slide. SkillsUSA brings electricity to Louisville when over 16,000 talented students, teachers and education leaders bound into the city for a week of meaningful connections with our community. The energy these talented youth bring with their community outreach and donation programs, showcase of career and technical skills and widespread pride is contagious.

We know you’re here for fun too so make sure to soak up the sun at the Kentucky Kingdom amusement park, go underground to zip line, bike or the hit the obstacle course at Louisville Mega Cavern, cheer on the Louisville City FC soccer team and walk across the Ohio River on Big Four Bridge. There’s something for everyone in Louisville.

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Schimpff's Confectionery

See candy made on century-old equipment at this family-owned manufacturing confectionery. Operating since 1891, this candy store, soda fountain, lunchroom, museum, and demonstration area is located in Jeffersonville Indiana’s Historic District. This is just five minutes from downtown Louisville and at the end of the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge.