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Exhibits and Events

Home Run Halloween

Exhibits and Events
Starts: October 10th, 2021
Weekly until October 31st
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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Lurking in the shadows of West Main Street, the creepy creatures of Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory have arisen for another ghoulish Home Run Halloween. Beginning October 10th, Sundays in October will be fangtastic with half-off kids admission and, of course, candy!

Kids can get half-off admission by purchasing tickets at and using the promo code BOO2021 at checkout. For a scary good time, guests are encouraged to come in costume.

On display for another year is The World’s Largest Vampire Stake. The 8-foot-tall stake was crafted here at the factory and would make Van Helsing jealous. Vampires will shake in their capes at the sight of it, but guests can pose with this marvel for a delightfully frightful photo-op.

There will also be a number of other activities throughout the day. During Ghost Stories of Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory guests will hear spooky stories about the facility. Guests can also creep it real with Halloween Bat Nub Decorating where they can add some freaky flair to their bat nubs.

“With Home Run Halloween, it’s always gourd big or go home,” said Deana Lockman, Executive Director of Experiences. “This is always the perfect time to creep it real at the museum and trick or treat yo’ self!”

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May 20th 2022
Daily Through December 31st 2023

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