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Home to the Louisville Bats (the Cincinnati Reds AAA minor league affiliate), Louisville Slugger Field was built in 2000 and has a capacity of over 13,000. This retro-classic venue houses 32 private suites, children's play areas as well as the team and administrative offices. The groundskeepers conduct field tours during the Louisville Bats season, and the diamond is also occasionally rented out for wedding receptions, proms, dances, trade shows, rehearsal dinners, private holiday parties and fund raisers.
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is nestled in the charming Old Louisville neighborhood. Steeped in history, this beautiful Richardsonian Romanesque building was once the home of two Louisville entrepreneurs, Theophile Conrad and William Caldwell. Inside, the preservation society maintains a splendid collection of antiques and memorabilia that highlights the Edwardian age. Overall, it's a great opportunity to see original furnishings, exquisite paintings and ornate chandeliers that reflected the opulent life in the early 20th-Century.
Whether you are in the mood to sit back and relax with a beer and listen to some wonderful music, or shoot some pool with a bunch of friends, Diamond Pub & Billiards is the place to go to. The pub serves a range of hearty dishes like pizzas, soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers along with a varied list of drinks. Their pool room has several pool tables arranged side by side while the bar area is used to host events ranging from rock concerts to stand up comedy. All in all, it is no wonder that this is one of the most popular bars in the area.
Surface Noise opened its doors to the folks of Louisville in 2016 and has been a local favorite since then. Touted as the city's leading vinyl record store, their collections include albums from various eras. It also functions as a used bookstore, an art gallery, and a venue for small-scale music performances.
If you love brandy and absinthe, then a visit to Copper & Kings American Brandy will be an exciting one. This craft distillery uses copper pot-stills to distill their brandies from apples and grapes and are then matured in whiskey barrels. Run on solar panels, this distillery has a rustic look to with its elements of reclaimed shipping containers and wood all over the building. There is also a Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary in the premises. Get a glimpse of their fermentation process of their brandy and absinthe beverages in their subterranean cellar and how its is created on its grounds. Take a sip of their delightful drinks in their rooftop tasting room. Reservations are highly recommended. You can also book an appointment to tour the facility on Mondays through Thursdays.