Visiting museums in Louisville can be a fun and educational way to enjoy the city and discover what Louisville is all about. Located within walking distance of the Hyatt Regency Louisville, Museum Row on Main features ten of the most popular museums in the city with four walkable blocks, including the Louisville Slugger Museum Factory and Muhammad Ali Center.
Take a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum Factory and learn how the famous bats are made and how baseball has evolved over the years. Louisville Slugger has been MLB’s official bat since 1884 and the museum gives you the opportunity to design your very own and take it home.
Muhammad Ali Center
The Muhammad Ali Center is an award-winning museum and multicultural center dedicated to the life of the incredible Muhammad Ali. The Center tells the story of Muhammad Ali’s implausible life and the six core values that fueled his journey: respect, confidence, conviction, dedication, giving and spirituality.
Frazier International History Museum
Frazier International History Museum is a 100,000 square foot museum that takes you through an unforgettable journey through time with interactive exhibits, engaging events, special programs and performance by costumed actors and interpreters.
Kentucky Derby Museum
Enjoy learning the history of Churchill Downs and share the Derby experience at the Kentucky Derby Museum, located only 5 miles from our Hyatt Regency Hotel. Take a guided tour where you can visit resident Thoroughbred horses as well as pay a visit to the gravesites of three famous Kentucky Derby winners.
Conrad/Caldwell House Museum
This home is one of the most stunning of Old Louisville's houses and defines Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Take a tour of this historic structure during your stay at Hyatt Regency Louisville.
Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium
Designed to provide a unique learning environment primarily for astronomy and space science education, the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium is a state-of-the-art facility at the University of Louisville.
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
Discover the history, heritage and cultural contributions of African-Americans in Kentucky at this fascinating museum.