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3 Popular Attractions In Kentucky
- Louisville Zoo: Zoo in Louisville, Kentucky.
- Red River Gorge: Canyon system on the Red River in east-central Kentucky.
- The town of Murray is home to the Boy Scouts of America Scouting Museum located on the campus of Murray State University.
- Teacher Mary S. Wilson held the first observance of Mother’s Day in Henderson in 1887. It was made a national holiday in 1916.
- Carrie Nation the spokesperson against rum, tobacco, pornography, and corsets was born near Lancaster in Garrard County.
- Louisville is an LGBTQ+ mecca within Kentucky.
Largest cities or towns in Kentucky
Kentucky is known for many things. Horse racing, bourbon, and good old fashion Appalachian-style bluegrass music are just a few of the state's claims to fame.
▬Contents of this video▬
00:00 – Intro
00:43 – The Kentucky Derby
01:35 – Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
02:19 – The Kentucky Derby Museum
03:07 – Muhammad Ali Center
03:58 – Frazier History Museum
04:33 – Conrad-Caldwell House Museum
05:05 – Louisville Zoo
05:44 – The Louisville Mega Cavern
06:19 – Louisville Slugger Field
06:49 – Speed Art Museum
07:18 – Kentucky Science Center
08:04 – Outro
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The largest city in Kentucky, Louisville was founded on the Ohio River in 1778 and it was named after the French King Louis XVI.
Every year, Louisville hosts the world-famous Kentucky Derby horse race held at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May. Annually hundreds of thousands of visitors descend upon the city to take in the prestigious event.
If you're a fan of America's favorite pastime, baseball, swing on by the Louisville Slugger Museum. If baseball isn't your thing, you could always opt to learn about one of the greatest boxers to ever participate in the sport at the Muhammad Ali Center. Louisville is also famous for having the largest collection of cast-iron building facades outside of New York City.
Watch this video to discover 11 top-rated attractions and sights to see in Louisville, Kentucky.