Go to the Wellspring Derby Preview Party April 25
What will the Derby Festival in Louisville be like this year? Go to the Wellspring Derby Preview Party to find out. You’ll get to enjoy the luxury of Millionaires Row at Churchill Downs, where all the celebrities will be on Derby Day. At this party, you’ll be the VIP.
Derby Preview Party
During the Derby Preview Party, the Chef’s Table will be full of an unlimited amount of treats. Beverages are completely unlimited as well. Handicapper Bill Doolittle will present insider tips to help you with your betting. There will be live and silent auctions of Derby and sports items, plus tickets to the track and works of art.
Be at the party from 5:30 to 9:30 pm. It’s all happening at historic Churchill Downs at 700 Central Avenue. Tickets cost $175 per person. The Derby season is beginning, and that means Churchill Downs is the perfect place to be. The world-famous racetrack is just a few blocks down the road from Louisville’s most historic neighborhood: Old Louisville.
Get a View of Old Louisville
Though many of the homes here are more than 100 years old, there's a youthful energy in Old Louisville because it's so close to the UofL campus. Old Louisville draws people of all ages and all walks of life. This neighborhood is a haven for professionals, artists, entrepreneurs and people who love architecture. That's what Old Louisville is famous for: amazing homes.
Old Louisville is best-known for its lavish Victorian architecture, which is on display for blocks and blocks all around Central Park. They have all the ornate details of the day they were built. Chandeliers, wrought iron, tall windows, big columns, fireplaces, hardwood floors -- these are somewhat common features of the homes in Old Louisville, where historic style is the rule of the day. Many of the homes here have been preserved over the years to keep these amazing details intact and still give residents the best of modern living. After all, you've come to expect running water and you should have it.
Celebrate how old and new come together in Old Louisville this April, and enjoy the Derby season and the city of Louisville itself.
To learn about other fun things to do in the area, please visit our Louisville Real Estate website.