At the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum discover how children lived in the Victorian era. Explore the STEM or creative themes to inspire visitors to reach new heights.
At Farmington Historic Plantation, learn about Louisville’s rich history and life on a 19th century farm through exhibits and activities.
The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium provides a unique learning environment primarily for astronomy and science education.
Built in the 1790s, Locust Grove is a setting to learn about the settlement of Kentucky and this region. Tour the house & study life on a farm.
The Kentucky Derby Museum is an American Thoroughbred horse racing museum dedicated to preserving the history of the Kentucky Derby.
Kentucky’s largest hands-on science museum. Exhibits, movies, classes and labs — pick and choose activities to craft your ideal visit.
KMAC Museum is a contemporary art museum that introduces students to a variety of media through tours and hands on activities.
At the Louisville Ballet, students will enjoy a live performance while getting an introductory look at classical and contemporary ballet.
At the Louisville Nature Center, fall, winter, spring or summer, learn about our natural environment and the native flora and fauna of our area.