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See the Museum and make sure you stay for a Race! It's one of those experiences you won't forget to be at such an old and historical sight! Secretariat was there! Barbaro! So many names!
A must see place while in Louisville! You get to interact with the horses and the jockeys! There is an amazing breakfast buffet in the club. And of course tons of hats to try on!
Mint juleps are an absolute must. The "most exciting two minutes in sports" is best enjoyed with one [or two] of these in hand, right in the center of all the action; the infield.
NO Credit cards in the paddock or infield. I wasn't in the clubhouse but from what I saw no credit cards for betting or food/drink. There are ATM's so make sure you at least have your debit card.
You will enjoy every minute at The Oaks & The Kentucky Derby @ Churchill Downs. Dress to impress, enjoy the atmosphere and the passion of horse racing at its best
14 $ is a bit steep but it is interesting learning about the history. If you go once every 10-15 years then it's worth it. Great for young kids.
luxury suites are surprisingly affordable outside of the derby -- book one ahead and ask for pat to man the room.
Make sure you use the betting app. Makes for a much more enjoyable experience. Just don't ask the paramutual clerks about the app. They hate it because "it is taking their jobs."
Great place for mint juleps and horse races. I've been to 12 Derby's and I love the place www.AmplificationInc.com
Love the Oaks and Derby. Night racing is a blast during the summer, and love the fall meet. :) check out the museum if you're visiting.
You owe it to yourself to go to the Kentucky Derby at least once, wear a big fancy hat, drink mint juleps and bet on horses.
Order a mint julip at the bar. Be sure to visit the museum.
The Kentucky Derby is a classic sporting event. Make sure you dress to impress like me if you’re headed to watch the races. - Terrell, The T.O. Show
On oaks & derby day the food is $$$$, so bring a sack lunch with you and spend the money you save on a winning bet.
Don't wait for the Kentucky Derby ( which is awesome) ... enjoy the sport of kings at America's most famous place to race.
Enjoy an affordable visit to Millionaire's Row for lunch during the regular racing season - but watch the races from the rail!
Welcome to the birthplace of the Kentucky Derby! Churchill Downs and its signature race were launched in 1875 by Colonel M. Lewis Clark.
After a week of posting on FourSquare, I was The Mayor of Churchill Downs on Derby Day! Top THAT!
if you live by the track the ky derby is a pay day made eight hundred dollars parking cars in my yard on derby day
Don't eat at the cafe off-season. They are S L O W and the food is nothing special.
The hot brown sandwich in the derby cafe is amazing
Drink a Mint Julep, do a tour of the infield for amazing people watching, then put it all on number 9!
The finest place to watch the Derby? From the infield.
Gotta try the infield at least once in your life time
If its Derby day, go to the infield. Find the outdoor techno club. Rage.
The museum is very fun and interactive
Don't miss Downs After Dark when racing season is in. Huge Party!
The mother of all race tracks! Looking forward to returning!
The Kentucky Derby is decadent and depraved!
A+ people watching. Skip the mint julep
Don't miss the tour👍🏼
#JDRFWalk to cure diabetes underway. Watch #wlky tonight for a recap.
This is a must see if your passing through.
Get your Derby or Oaks hat made at Dee's!
T&C editors enjoyed their mint juleps at this year's Kentucky Derby.
Beers are $8 inside, fyi.
You can find all the crazy drunk people in the infield...
Why are the drink lines longer than the betting lines?
Spend more on good bourbon than losing tickets
Fastest two minutes in sports, and the most exciting! go baby go!