How many cities can boast they are home to the world’s largest vampire bat and the tallest baseball bat on the planet? 

Louisville can. 

How do you find the Louisville neighborhood nicknamed “Frogtown” and once you arrive will you be greeted by a colony of amphibians? 

Or do you know how to find the final resting spot of the grandfather of our sixteenth president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln? Here’s a hint —it is not Cave Hill Cemetery, which is where boxing legend Muhammad Ali, KFC chicken king Colonel Harlan Sanders and explorer George Rogers Clark are all buried.   

From iconic tourist attractions worth a visit like the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, to under-the-radar recommendations such as Caufield’s Novelty, the gravesite of Abraham Linkhorn (President Lincoln’s grand-dad) and over 60 unique neighborhoods that make up Louisville, there is no end to the wild and wonderful things you can discover in Louisville. 

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