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Explore the Museum

"One of the greatest sports museums in the world." - forbes.com

Explore the Museum

Connect with a genuine global icon on its hometown turf. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory celebrates the extraordinary role Louisville Slugger baseball bats have played in the sport's past, present, and future.

From the forest to the field, you'll follow the timber that's turned into hard hitting history.

Check out the menu to the left to learn more about what's waiting for you here.

Along with our fascinating bat factory tour, we have galleries filled with remarkable memorabilia and entertaining interactive exhibits. We hear it from our guests all the time, “You don’t have to be a big baseball fan to enjoy Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory.” There’s something fun here for everyone.

We won’t make you kiss a bat like these guys did, but you might just want to by the time you’re finished.

What's Happening

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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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Daily Programming
January 1st 2021
Daily Through December 31st 2021

Daily Programming

In addition to our fascinating bat factory tour, amazing artifacts, and interactive exhibits- don't miss our entertaining daily programming!

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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.