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Exhibits and Events

Holiday Hits

Exhibits and Events
Starts: November 27th, 2017
Daily until December 15th
  • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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You don’t have to travel to the North Pole to experience a festive factory this holiday season! With a little help from their friends at Santa’s Workshop, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is bringing Holiday Hits to downtown Louisville. Throughout the holiday season, guests will have the opportunity to check out an amazing themed trainset as well as an 8 foot long replica of Santa’s workshop built out of 14,500 LEGO® bricks as well as statues of Frozen’s Olaf and Santa himself. The holiday-themed LEGO artwork are additions to the museum’s temporary exhibit, Big Leagues, Little Bricks

What's Happening

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.

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!

Senior BOGO!
October 1st 2021
Daily Through October 31st 2021

Senior BOGO!

If 50 is the new 30, then 60 is the new steal with this deal!

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.
  • 137
    Years of Making Bats
    The bats you see made today are swung by baseball’s best tomorrow.
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