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

Smithsonian Museum Day!

Exhibits and Events
September 21st, 2019
  • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
See Museum Hours & Pricing

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is pleased to participate in the 15th annual Museum Day, an initiative by Smithsonian magazine in which participating museums across the country offer free admission to those with a branded ticket. The museum & factory is one of more than 1,500 museums participating in this event that replicates the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, which offer free admission daily. Each ticket is good for two admissions, limit one per household. Tickets and additional information about Museum Day can be found at Smithsonian.com/museumday. The direct link to download Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory tickets is: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/venues/museum/louisville-slugger-museum-factory/

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