The Louisville Zoo currently exhibits more than 1,500 animals on 134 acres of natural settings representing zoogeographical areas, specific habitat types or special education areas including: Glacier Run, Africa, Islands, New World Exhibits (North, Central and South America), Australian Outback, the HerpAquarium and the Metazoo Education Center. The Zoo’s award-winning Islands, Gorilla Forest and Glacier Run exhibits have been recognized by AZA for their excellence and innovation.
In the heart of downtown Louisville, the Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Downtown hotel is the only downtown venue with an outdoor and indoor rooftop restaurant and bar, 8UP. Within walking distance to over 50 Louisville restaurants and steps away from the dining and entertainment on 4th Street Live! Connected 20,000 sq. ft. of event space in the Henry Clay. Complimentary WiFi and local shuttle to airport. TAG Approved® gay friendly hotel.
Representing 56 artists from across the United States, the store contains chainsaw sculptures, personalized signs, picture frames, and jewelry. Handmade artwork, sculptures, woodworking, pottery, photography, carving tools, gifts and souvenirs make this a true French Lick destination. Looking for something unique, Bear Hollow’s Wood Carvers can bring any idea to life – animals, people, pets, memorials, benches, the possibilities are endless. If you imagine it – we'll create it.
A Latin Restaurant consistently ranks as one of Louisville’s best establishments with a laid-back yet stylish atmosphere. Chef Anthony Lamas is regularly recognized as one of the city’s top chefs, having been featured on the Food Network, in Southern Living and Bon Appétit. Seviche’s seasonally-changing menu showcases the freshest seafood and local artisan ingredients. Seviche also offers a unique private dining area available for events and corporate gatherings.
Since it's opening in 1928, millions of patrons have come to The Louisville Palace for the finest movies and best in live entertainment.The exterior facade of this Historical venue, although dynamic in appearance, diminished in comparison with the immensity and spectacular design of the Spanish Baroque motif that characterizes the interior of the theatre. Upon entering the 2800 seat theatre, you will feel as through you have stepped into an immense Spanish courtyard.
Since 1928, millions of patrons have come to The Louisville Palace for the finest movies and best in live entertainment. The Louisville Palace is alive and well, and the community is enriched by the multitude of exciting performances. Today, the name is synonymous with the finest in touring Broadway attractions, local, national, and international performing arts presentations, classic films, and concert engagements featuring contemporary, gospel, R&B, variety, comedy, and country artists.
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