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Louisville Slugger Field, Louisville

4.7
#13 of 156 in Things to do in Louisville
Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
Named after a baseball bat with origins in this city, Louisville Slugger Field is home to the minor league club team the Louisville Bats. Opened in 2000 with seating for over 13,000 visitors, the stadium features a continuous concourse around the field, extensive press facilities, and a children's play area. You enter the ballpark through a restored train shed--a railroad warehouse the architects incorporated into their designs for the modern stadium. Stop by for one of the club's home games, or join a behind-the-scenes tour to see the ballpark's dugouts, press boxes, and locker rooms. Reserve your tour spot by phone at least one week in advance. Plan your Louisville Slugger Field visit and explore what else you can see and do in Louisville using our Louisville travel route planner.
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  • We had the chance to watch the Louisville bats play for a special outing. It was sunny and breezy, but a great day for a ball game.  more »
  • One of the best in the minor leagues. Nice park, decent food at reasonable prices (relatively speaking) and always have something going on entertainment wise beyond the game itself. Creative staff...  more »
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  • Great little ballpark. Always clean, never too empty or crowded. Tickets are very affordable and on top of that, there’s almost always some kind of food/drink special. The food is normal ballpark fare, but that’s one of my favorite things about baseball. Added bonus: I can usually find some free parking along River Road, though there’s also a pay lot across the street. It’s an awesome spot for a date or night out with friends. I’ve never actually been to a winning game but hey, there’s always next time.
  • Who doesn't like watching a good ballgame? I only go rarely as the food prices might give you a stroke? The ball park is cool , chairs are better than bleachers. I would have given 5 stars except for the nosebleed food prices.

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