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Louisville is one of our favorite towns to visit! Typically if we are in the area, it has to do with some sort of livestock show, but there are a lot of other awesome activities to do in Louisville as well. Check them out!
1. Louisville Mega Cavern
We think this 17 mile, man-made cavern underneath Louisville is a pretty awesome way to experience the city! Whether you want to go zip-lining, rope climbing or take a tour to learn more about history, geology, mining, recycling and green building technology this is your place to explore.
2. Churchill Downs
While the Kentucky Derby may be over, there are still a lot of fun things to do at the race track. You could visit the museum, go on a Saturday night for events open to the public, take a tour and more!
3. Kentucky Derby Museum
While you are visiting [ … ]
The 2012 NSR Summer Spectacular is off to a great start in Louisville, Ky., this week! With a great set of contests, shows and sales on tap, we look forward to bringing you some sights and scenes from throughout the week. Be sure to watch the NSR Shows & Sales blog, where we’ll have results from tonight’s Junior Purebred Barrow Show appearing throughout the evening. Below are some photos from the first couple days of activities here in Louisville.
NSR Director of Junior Activities Cally Hass helps pair up some young NJSA members at Tuesday’s MVP (Mentoring Values People) event.
NJSA Junior Board members Amy Newnum and Kaylee Miller help their group during the scavenger hunt.
One of nearly a dozen Barnyard Olympics teams concentrate on catching their egg during the egg toss contest.
An annual favorite in the NJSA Barnyard Olympics, the water relay proved exciting again in 2012. Here, Nalaney Guyer tries [ … ]
For those attending the NSR Summer Spectacular in Louisville, there is construction on the bridge crossing the Ohio River and long delays can be expected for exhibitors coming from the north on I-65 and exhibitors coming on I-64/I-71 from the east or I-65 from the west.
Following is a recommended detour for anyone coming from the north:
Take Exit 6 and travel west on I-265 to I-64 (Exit 121)
Follow 64 to I-264 (Exit 1)
Then follow I-264 to the Kentucky Expo Center
If you are traveling on I-64 from the west, please be sure to take I-264 to the Kentucky Expo Center.If you are traveling via I-71, take Exit 23 and follow I-264. From the east on I-64, take Exit 19 to I-264 for the Kentucky Expo Center.Safe travels, and see you in Louisville!