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Get Ingredients for a Hot Brown This April

Get Ingredients for a Hot Brown This April

Lots of long-standing Louisville traditions and events have been delayed this year due to the virus, but you can still honor something out of the city’s past even at home. Get the ingredients to make a Hot Brown this April and have a little ...

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Tour the Grounds of Whitehall This April

Tour the Grounds of Whitehall This April

You can't stay cooped up in the house even during a virus outbreak. So get some fresh air and fill your eyes with natural beauty this April at historic Whitehall. The house is closed to tours, but the gardens are still open for all to enjoy. And ...

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See a Presidential Home This April

See a Presidential Home This April

Abraham Lincoln isn’t the only President of the United States associated with Kentucky, though many people don’t know it. Actually, Zachary Taylor, a president who lived even before Lincoln had a home right here in Louisville. Go check ...

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Have a Picnic at Hogan's Fountain Pavilion

Have a Picnic at Hogan's Fountain Pavilion

You can’t miss Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion. And once you see it, you won’t forget it. This is a huge gazebo built in 1965 that truly celebrates mid-century architecture. It’s so well-made, in fact, it survived a category F4 ...

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Go to the Secret Grotto This April

Go to the Secret Grotto This April

Visit a secret, shady little Grotto near the UofL Campus this April to see a hidden historic spot that many people haven't seen. The grotto and garden were built in 1927 for an infirmary that no longer exists. The infirmary is long gone, but ...

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Commune with Nature at Blackacre This April

Commune with Nature at Blackacre This April

Louisville is full of hidden places and unknown treasures and right now is the perfect time to start discovering them. Head to Blackacre this April. Because here, it's super easy to get away from people. And besides, you really can't spend all your ...

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Ponder Something with Rodin's Thinker This April

Ponder Something with Rodin's Thinker This April

You may know that Louisville has a lot of great art in its museums, but where do you go to see art when the museums are closed? This April, you can always go to the UofL main campus. Here, you will find a huge bronze cast of the Thinker, that famous ...

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See the King Louis XVI Statue This April

See the King Louis XVI Statue This April

Have a little visit with a king this April and see the huge marble statue of someone who, in a way, is a Louisville founding father. You can find His Majesty at the Louisville Metro Hall Courthouse, a building that’s a lot more interesting ...

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Visit Lincoln at Waterfront Park This April

Visit Lincoln at Waterfront Park This April

Take a little walk down by the river this April to go visit one of Louisville's most famous former residents, Abraham Lincoln himself. There's a large memorial to the former president at Waterfront Park. If you haven't seen if or even if you have, ...

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See the Homes in Old Louisville

See the Homes in Old Louisville

Old Louisville is a U.S. historic district and the largest preservation district featuring Victorian architecture. This neighborhood looks truly lost in time, an ageless collection of quiet streets where oak trees cast shadows over the tall towers, ...

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Fly a Kite in Iroquois Park This April

Fly a Kite in Iroquois Park This April

There’s not much to do during a virus scare, so why not go fly a kite? Head to the top of Iroquois Park where it’s nice and windy and practice flying a kite. It’s pretty easy to practice social distancing in a park that's 725.85 ...

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Get a Look at Gardens and the River This April

Get a Look at Gardens and the River This April

Spend a day on the riverside this April and head to the place that's actually called Riverside! The Farnsley-Moremen Landing is known as Riverside, one of Louisville's great historic properties. There's a long, gorgeous stretch of waterfront here ...

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Go for a Jog Along the Waterfront This April

Go for a Jog Along the Waterfront This April

Get out in the beautiful April weather and get out of the house for a little while. Head to the waterfront for a jog. Start at the Lincoln Memorial, past the Big Four Lawn and the famous Brown-Forman Amphitheater. You'll see breathtaking views as ...

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Look at Landscaping in Lake Forest

Look at Landscaping in Lake Forest

When most places are closed and there's nothing to do, why not go out and get some good gardening ideas? Get in the car and head to Lake Forest to get a look at gorgeous landscaping and get some great ideas for your home gardens this April. While ...

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