Stretching one mile from our Big Bat on West Main Street to Louisville Slugger Field on East Main Street, the Louisville Slugger Walk of Fame gives visitors a look back at some of the greatest players in the history of the game. Temperatures are cooling down, and now is the perfect time to take a nice walk down memory lane!

Along the way, you’ll see bronze caste bats recognizing some of the greatest players to ever grip a bat, all of whom were under contract with Louisville Slugger.

Maps are available at the museum's front desk so you can pinpoint the location of your favorite player. Starting with Pete Browning in front of the museum, and ending with Joe DiMaggio at Louisville Slugger Field, you’ll soak in baseball history while seeing some of the other great sights along Louisville’s historic Main Street.

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Ali & Aaron: United in The Fight
June 27th 2017
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Ali & Aaron: United in The Fight

Muhammad Ali once called Hank Aaron, “The only man I idolize more than myself.” These two titans of the American sports scene have much in common as heroes who endured racism and faced down challenges with conviction. See this original art installation that explores the historic role both athletes played in the fight for civil rights, and inspires guests to examine their own convictions and beliefs.

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Tales from the Bat Vault
January 2nd 2018
Daily Through February 28th 2018

Tales from the Bat Vault

Get a behind the scenes tour of hallowed Bat Vault! From Ruth to Williams to Aaron, get your hands on the bat models the game’s greatest players created.