Science and Nature (502) 241-4788 Yew Dell Botanical Gardens is a 34-acre botanical garden and research center dedicated to the promotion of horticulture, education and research related to gardening and the local environment.
Performing Arts (502) 968-6300 Longest thriving most frequently performing choral arts agency in KYana & neighboring states - also exceeding the longevity of opera, ballet, and theatre in the area - presenting the widest variety of music.
Science and Nature (502) 456-8125 The last of the parks designed in Louisville by the Olmsted Bros firm. The plan, presented in 1928, was in stark contrast to neighboring Cherokee Park because of its formal style and also because the plan included an18-hole golf course along with many other recreation facilities.
Performing Arts (502) 896-5859 The Louisville Youth Choir (Artists in Residence at Sacred Heart School for the Arts and a member group of the Fund for the Arts) is over forty years old and offers year-round choral opportunities for singers in grades 1-12 and summer choral opportunities for LYC alumni.
History and Heritage (502) 897-2944 A visit to Whitehall offers guided tours of the historic Greek Revival mansion and self-guided exploration of an ever-evolving horticultural collection of gardens, trees and plants.
Visual Arts (502) 896-2146 LVAA engages artists and audiences through an energetic agenda of education, community outreach, artist support and exhibitions. These programs nurture creative expression and stimulate dialogue, thereby enriching contemporary culture and community spirit.
Science and Nature (502) 456-8125 Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, this 389-acre park is characterized by long winding roads opening to beautiful vistas, and large open spaces set in the valley of Beargrass Creek. Park includes several miles of hiking trails and a one-way 2.4 mile loop.
Community Organization (502) 896-8480 The Clifton Center is nonprofit conference, performance and banquet facility in a handsomely restored 80-year old former school building that is ideal for performances, meetings and special events for 5 to 500 people and includes free parking and spacious kitchen with open catering policy.
Science and Nature (502) 955-8512 Bernheim is a 14,600 acre non-profit nature preserve, committed to sustainable initiatives and a mission of connecting people with nature through educational programming, events and quality individual and family time spent in our arboretum and natural areas with hiking trails, picnic areas, Childrens Play Garden and more.
Science and Nature (502) 456-8125 Design in 1913 by the Olmsted Bros firm, this small park was originally known as Clifton Park. Like other smaller neighborhood parks, it accommodates an array of active recreational facilities.
Science and Nature (502) 238-5335 The Louisville Zoo, a non-profit organization and state zoo of Kentucky, is dedicated to bettering the bond between people and our planet by providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for visitors, and leadership in scientific research and conservation education.
Science and Nature (502) 456-8125 Originally part of the main entryway into Cherokee Park, the parcel of land that is known as Willow Park achieved its own identity when Willow Avenue was extended to intersect with Cherokee Parkway in 1946.
Visual Arts (502) 326-9256 Through its gallery at Mellwood, national juried show, workshops and other activities, KWS serves both professional and beginning artists, collectors and others who enjoy fine art.
Community Organization (502) 895-3650 Walking through our vast complex, you can envision the huge potential for community-based art. Here artists have an opportunity to collaborate with others. If you are a visitor, you have the opportunity to watch artists in their studios, shop the stores, and enjoy dining at one of the on-site restaurants and bistros.
Visual Arts (502) 561-0377 Kaviar Forge & Gallery is a combination formal exhibition area, and functional sculpture studio. Kaviar Forge is an encompassing workshop, which specializes in a wide range of forged metal, including award winning architectural gates, rails, liturgical work, lighting and furniture in both iron and bronze.
Science and Nature (502) 456-8125 Despite its irregular shape and rugged terrain as well as the fact that it is divided by a major street, the 13-acre park designed in 1906 demonstrates a high degree of formalism. More active recreation facilities are concentrated on the eastern side while the western half is devoted to more passive park use.
Museums (812) 283-3728 Personal, informative, guided tour of the 1894 Victorian Mansion filled with steamboat models, tools, artifacts, ship carpenters intricate woodwork, etc. and original furnishings, including brass chandeliers, leaded and stained glass and items purchased at the 1893 Worlds Fair.