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Inaugurated in 2005, Jim Patterson Stadium is owned and managed by the University of Louisville in Louisville. It is primarily used for baseball games and is a popular venue for intercollegiate tournaments. The venue serves as the home ground for the Louisville Cardinals and can accommodate up to 4,000 spectators for a single event.
A world-renowned racecourse commemorating Henry Churchill, the Churchill Downs is the holy grail for aficionados of horse racing. Spread across more than 140 acres (56 hectares), the track rekindled Louisville's hope for horse racing after two of the city's favorite venues were shut down. Since its inception in 1875, the Kentucky Derby has prospered on this track garnering many raves from jockeys and equestrian sports lovers from across the globe. Featuring more than 70 luxury suites, the interior of the site is decorated with murals of Kentucky Derby winners thus celebrating the augustness and exclusivity of the sport. A museum, stables and a clubhouse are also a part of the Thoroughbred racetrack's extensive layout.
Freedom Hall is one of the eight venues housed within the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. The arena hosts events such as wrestling competitions, basketball, and ice shows among many, many others. The venue seats around 19,000 spectators, and for smaller events the space can be customized to hold a minimum of 6,000 people. VIP rooms are also available.
Ursuline Arts Center is a historical center started by Ursuline sisters around 1924. The house was used as a music recital space and as auditorium. Currently, the space is host to various cultural gatherings and musical shows. It also rents out its space for private events and would be a great place for entertainment or hosting your next event.