Western KY Tornado Relief

Following the devastating tornadoes in Kentucky, we are joining the relief efforts by donating $1 from every admission ticket sold between Jan. 1-Jan. 31 to United Way Kentucky. We are proud of our community for pitching in during this tough time.

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Hall of Fame Sluggers

Hall of Fame Sluggers

This year is a banner year for Louisville Slugger contract players at the Baseball Hall of Fame. All three player inductees –Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines – signed promotional contracts and we couldn’t be happier to celebrate their inductions.

The Unofficial All-Star Game of 1911

The Unofficial All-Star Game of 1911

As the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory team hits the road the next two weekends, we’ll be thinking of the All-Star legends of the game whose history is intertwined with our own, and celebrating the heroes of tomorrow as they take the field in Cleveland, Chicago, and Miami.

The Making of the Mural

The Making of the Mural

Our latest exhibit, an original art installation titled "Ali & Aaron: United in The Fight" explores the inspiring role both athletes played in the fight for civil rights, and encourages guests to examine their own convictions and beliefs. Read how this poignant project came to life.

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Triumph & Tragedy: The Greatness of Jim Thorpe
July 8th 2021
Daily Through February 20th 2022

Triumph & Tragedy: The Greatness of Jim Thorpe

Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of Jim Thorpe signing a contract with Hillerich & Bradsby Co., this exhibit explores the hardships of Thorpe's life, including how baseball was used to unfairly strip him of two gold medals he earned in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics.

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The Best Black Baseball Team You've Never Heard Of
January 1st 2021
Daily Through December 31st 2022

The Best Black Baseball Team You've Never Heard Of

In a true Louisville, Kentucky mash-up - bourbon and baseball came together as Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory discovered the truth behind mysterious and fascinating photographs of a black baseball team that had been exceptional in its time but lost to history.