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Apex Village 8 offers viewers with a premium movie watching experience with Dolby Digital surround sound and the latest visual technology. This is the only movie theater in the city which stays open throughout the year. You can come here to watch the latest feature films. However, the theater is more renowned for its Friday night shows which include indie, art house and foreign films. The theater has also been host to several film festivals and special events.
This Cinemark theater is located in the suburb of St. Matthews, about a 15-minute drive east of downtown Louisville. It screens all the Hollywood blockbusters and the theater offers special prices throughout the week. Tuesdays are all-day for everyone discounts, Monday is for seniors and if you subscribe to their e-mail list, you can receive other coupons for drinks and popcorn.
Richard K. Stem Concert Hall is located inside the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center. It is one of the largest halls within the center and is also a popular concert venue. The hall has played host to various theater groups and bands and screened remarkable events like Children and Family and Music Without Borders. The venue has a spacious seating arrangement with a semi-circular stage and can accommodate up to 500 spectators for a single event.
Renaissance Fun Park is the spot to go for hi-octane entertainment. It's comprised of three main attractions: the go-karts, laser tag center and mini-golf. The center is spread over four acres (1.6 hectares) and it's a great place to host all kinds of events, from corporate team building parties to other group functions. Needless to say, its a perfect spot to bring the kids on their birthday. The park is located in the suburb of Middletown, about 20 minutes east of downtown Louisville.