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Schimpff's Confectionery

in Deli, Museum, Candy Store

G.A. Schimpff’s Confectionery is one of the oldest, continuously operated, family-owned candy businesses in the United States. It was opened in its present location in 1891 by Gustav Schimpff Sr. and Jr. This unique confectionery and lunch room in Jeffersonville's downtown historic district comes complete with a 50's soda fountain and original tin ceiling. The old-fashioned candy jars, cases, and turn-of-the century equipment transport you back to the good old days.

347 Spring Street
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
United States

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Muhammad Ali Center

in Museum, Heritage, Museum, Museum

The Muhammad Ali Center is a multicultural center with an award-winning museum dedicated to the life of Muhammad Ali. The Center museum captures the inspiration derived from the story of Muhammad Ali’s incredible life and the six core principles that have fueled his journey.The mission of the Muhammad Ali Center is to preserve and share the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope, and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be.

144 N 6th Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
United States

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Muhammad Ali Center

in Museum, Museum, Museum

Located in the heart of historic downtown Louisville, the Muhammad Ali Center is an international cultural center founded by Lonnie and Muhammad Ali. A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three levels of award-winning exhibits and galleries invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life, as well as to reflect upon one’s own individual values, inner strength, character, and what makes you the greatest person you can be.

144 North Sixth Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
United States

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Locust Grove

in Museum, Historic

This c.1792 Georgian mansion tells the story of its builders, William and Lucy Clark Croghan, and the story of American beginnings. The Croghan's, along with Lucy’s brother, General George Rogers Clark, welcomed a generation of American luminaries to their home to rest, dialogue, campaign, and duel. Presidents James Monroe and Andrew Jackson, John James Audubon, Cassius Marcellus Clay, and Lewis and Clark—among others—all passed through Locust Grove. Now a National Historic Landmark.

561 Blankenbaker Lane
Louisville, Kentucky 40207
United States

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(502) 897-9845
Fax: (502) 897-0103

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Falls of the Ohio State Park

in Historic, Museum, Archaeological Area, Archaeological Area

Located on the banks of the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana at is the Falls of the Ohio State Park. The 390-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest, naturally exposed, Devonian fossil beds in the world. The park features a spectacular Interpretive Center overlooking the fossil beds containing an exhibit gallery and video presentation.

201 W Riverside Drive
Clarksville, Indiana 47129
United States

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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

in Historic, Museum, Museum

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is all about celebrating the extraordinary role of Louisville Slugger in baseball’s past, present and future. We’re here to delight our guests and create joyful, lifetime memories.Baseball connects generations, we see it here every day. Since the sport is such a big part of American history and culture, even visitors who don’t consider themselves big fans find something here that resonates with them.

800 W Main Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
United States

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Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind

in Museum, Factory, Historic

The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind is dedicated to preserving and presenting the fascinating educational history of blind people and the historic contributions of the American Printing House for the Blind for the benefit of the visually impaired, educators of the visually impaired, and the broader community.

1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
United States

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502-895-2405
Fax: 502-899-2274

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Kentucky Center For African American Heritage

in Museum, Museum

1701 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, Kentucky 40203
United States

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Metropolitan Childrens Museum Inc

in Museum, Museum

3016 Arjay Ln
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
United States

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Middletown Museum

in Museum, Museum

12556 Shelbyville Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40243
United States

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