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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202-2620
+1 877-775-8443
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If you know anything about Baseball, then the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory Tour is a Must... read more

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72geraldt
Great Museum

Loved this museum and I think everyones favorite part is being able to take a slugger back home... read more

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chelseaellis95
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Batter up! It takes a special place to craft the #1 Bat in Major League Baseball. At Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, experience history-in-the-making as you stroll through the actual factory where world-famous Louisville Slugger bats are created. The award-winning factory tour is a highlight of the visit here, but there's plenty more to enjoy along with it. Admire the World's Biggest Bat - stretching 120 feet into the sky. Hold bats actually used by baseball superstars like Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, Cal Ripken Jr. And Derek Jeter. Face down a 90-mph fastball hurled by a major league pitcher. Count the homerun notches Babe Ruth carved into his Louisville Slugger bat for every home run he hit with it. Step into the batting cages and take some swings with a replica model of your hero's bat. Guests even get a free miniature souvenir bat at the end of the factory tour. You can even create a bat with your own name on it, just like the pros. They make great gifts for all kinds of special occasions, from newborn babies, to groomsmen gifts, to team trophies and more. The museum store is also loaded with lots of sporty merchandise for every budget. Be sure to swing by! Please visit our official website for up-to-date hours and admission prices.
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Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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800 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202-2620
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Reviewed yesterday

If you know anything about Baseball, then the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory Tour is a Must. Se the bats of all the stars and a quick tour of how the bats are made. Admission includes a free mini bat souvenir

Thank 72geraldt
Reviewed yesterday

Loved this museum and I think everyones favorite part is being able to take a slugger back home with you!

Thank chelseaellis95
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a stop on a 4-H trip in Louisville Ky. Growing up us kids played ball behind the house. We sit in the bleachers at the ball field cheering for what ever team other bother or cousins was playing on. Now that I'm married...More

Thank love1611
Reviewed 2 days ago

Not huge baseball fans but we had sometime. So glad we stopped. It was really interesting to be inside the factory, also had fun in their batting cages.

Thank wendyshank
Reviewed 3 days ago

I grew up playing all sports, but baseball earned me my scholarship and the Louisville bat was a big part of that. Touring this Museum and factory was a wonderful trip into my almost forgotten memories. I could imagine the turning wood making the bat...More

Thank Wayne T
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Louisville Slugger museum was awesome. If I would have come here when I was a kid my head would have exploded! While the price of $14 for the tour was a little high, you did get a souvenir mini-bat. This is a fun and...More

Thank MikeLVNJ
Reviewed 3 days ago

Glad I didn't have to pay--it wouldn't have been worth the $12 fee--but I did enjoy the tour. Guide was excellent and I learned a lot.

Thank SCalCanz
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Day trip from Cincinnati with family. Tour was very good. Would recommend especially for baseball fans. My wife is not big baseball fan and enjoyed the tour learning how bats are made.

Thank T3978
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

When in Louisville you have to make a stop at the Louisville Slugger factory. Tour is about 30 minutes long. Our tour guide was a little cheese with to many jokes trying to be funny, nice that you get a bat after the tour.

1  Thank Scott T
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nice tour of the factory with our guide sharing his knowledge about Louisville Slugger Bats and watching how they are made, branded and all the different models. The museum had a lot to see, even the room with some of the baseball stadium made of...More

Thank Dynamic81
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Karleen K
8 October 2017|
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Response from Repsol_SP | Reviewed this property |
Not really sure - I would suggest calling ahead first.
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Scot D
27 August 2017|
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Response from Irishtiger525 | Reviewed this property |
You can find parking but you may have to use a meter. There's no charge to get into the store. AAA discount for full tour. I assume the batting cages are somewhere out of sight. Didn't see a lot of softball items. Everyone... More
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Beth S
26 July 2017|
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Response from Lucy E | Property representative |
Hi there! The guided factory takes 30 - 35 minutes. However, we suggest planning to spend 60-90 minutes here, so you have plenty of time to explore the main and small galleries, check out our hands on exhibits, and take a... More
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