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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...more
We arrived at 6 pm and got half price tickets. The tour was really interesting. You get to walk through the actual factory where the bats are made. It wasn’t very crowded so we were able to see a lot in a shorter amount of...More
I don’t know why I wasn’t excited to go here but we had an extra day in Louisville, were within walking distance and my husband wanted to go. That being said, I was glad I came! I thoroughly enjoyed the tour of the bat making...More
The tour of the Louisville Slugger bat factory consists of six stops showing how the iconic bats are made as well as an old-time bat making demonstration. Tours typically take about 20 minutes. Bat making occurs on every tour and all guests receive a complimentary...More
Even if baseball isn’t your thing, take in this tour and learn about one of the major parts of the game. Seeing up close how the bats are made and were made in years past and some interesting displays is a step back to simpler...More
We visited with our 2 children ages 10 and 7. We are a baseball family and enjoy watching and going to games. The tour was great. Its amazing to see how the bats are made. There is lots of neat things to look at in...More
Good museum and family friendly although I don't know about strollers. The $15 entry fee covers a tour through the factory. This is a working factory and at each stop is a guide explaining the process of making a baseball bat. Interesting facts about what...More
what a fun place to visit!! So much interesting information. Took a friend who didn't want to go because she does not like baseball and know nothing a out it and she asked more questions and actually ended up loving the experience.