The Louisville Zoo, has 1,100 animals on 130 acres of natural settings, serving as a living classroom. Helps visitors develop an appreciation toward life on our earth.
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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.
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At Farmington Historic Plantation, learn about Louisville’s rich history and life on a 19th century farm through exhibits and activities.
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The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium provides a unique learning environment primarily for astronomy and science education.
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Locust Grove is a 55-acre historic house museum where visitors learn about the founder of Louisville: George Rogers Clark and life on a Kentucky Farm.
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The Kentucky Derby Museum is an American Thoroughbred horse racing museum dedicated to preserving the history of the Kentucky Derby.
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Kentucky’s largest hands-on science museum. Exhibits, movies, classes and labs — pick and choose activities to craft your ideal visit.
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KMAC Museum is a contemporary art museum that introduces students to a variety of media through tours and hands on activities.
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At the Louisville Ballet, students will enjoy a live performance while getting an introductory look at classical and contemporary ballet.
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