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Factory Tour

See History-In-The-Making

Factory Tour

We’ve upped our game with an exciting new factory tour experience! Our world-famous tour now begins with a thrilling movie that transports you to the forests and mills where every Louisville Slugger bat begins.

After that, walk through the heart of our factory production line and check out never-before-seen steps in the bat-making process including the creation of our fan favorite mini-bats.

You’ll be pulled into the factory action with bigger monitors, better sound, and stunning new graphics that help tell the story of this legendary bat.

At the end of the tour, you’ll get a free souvenir mini-bat in a newly revamped gallery that showcases quotes about Louisville Slugger from superstars like Babe Ruth, Roberto Clemente and Cool Papa Bell.

Get ready to smell the wood, see the wood chips fly, and learn about the history of an American icon. Plan your trip to Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and experience how our new tour knocks the excitement even further out of the park!

What's Happening

Daily
Collection Curveballs
May 11th 2022
Daily Through December 31st 2022

Collection Curveballs

Enjoy these surprising selections from our secret stash – many on public display for the first time.

Weekly
The Best Black Baseball Team You've Never Heard Of
February 4th 2022
Weekly 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.

Weekly
The Best Black Baseball Team You've Never Heard Of
February 4th 2022
Weekly 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.