Museum and Tours Reopen June 11th

Advanced timed tickets can be purchased by selecting ‘Buy Now.’ June Hours: Thursday thru Saturday: 8am – 4pm. Sunday: 11am – 4pm. Monday: 8am – 4pm. Tuesday & Wednesday: Closed. Our Museum Store is currently open Wednesday – Sunday thru June 10th. Please see our Museum Store section for more info, including hours.

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Exhibits and Events

Trifesta Savings!

Exhibits and Events
Starts: September 12th, 2019
Daily until September 30th
  • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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The bases are loaded with three different music festivals in September! When you're taking a break from the tunes, be sure to swing by the museum. We are offering half-off museum admission all September when any wristband or ticket from Hometown Rising, Bourbon & Beyond or Louder Than Life is presented. With admission, you'll get to rock out with all of our engaging exhibits, take the factory tour and receive a free souvenir mini-bat. We'll even have bats signed by some of music's biggest names that you can hold! 

What's Happening

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The Louisville Unions Rediscovered
January 27th 2020
Daily Through September 6th 2020

The Louisville Unions Rediscovered

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.

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Daily Programming
August 13th 2019
Daily Through December 31st 2020

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 Museum

  • 1.8M
    Bats a Year
    Made right here, right before your eyes.
  • 12K
    Fascinating Factory Tours a Year
    Entertaining stories. Amazing machinery. Come watch the wood chips fly.
  • 134
    Years of Making Bats
    The bats you see made today are swung by baseball’s best tomorrow.
  • 1
    Louisville Slugger
    Museum & Factory
    “One of the greatest sports museums in the world.” — forbes.com