At Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, enjoy fun interactive exhibits, amazing baseball memorabilia and our award-winning bat factory tour.
It is amazing to watch the natural bats being carved down from solid pieces of wood. If you're a baseball fan, you must visit.
Coupons are available for $1 off the price of admission. Even without this tour is worth $12
Free mini bat with tour. The factory tour is a pretty good value and was interesting. A lot of old baseball memorabilia.
Factory tour is informative and you get a miniature bat at the end.
Be sure to check out the indoor batting cages post tour!
The guys making bats by hand are awesome, guy saw my white sox hat and made sure everyone knew he was making a Nellie Fox bat replica. Nice!
Great place for a baseball fan to visit! No photos of bats being made allowed. Some great baseball artifacts here...like a mini hall of fame almost. Get a picture with the giant bat outside!
A must see. In the bat business since the late 1800s.
Really worth the visit; they give you a real tour of the factory and give you a mini bat to take home!
Don't miss the Looney Tunes area! It's not just for kids!
I'm a huge baseball fan, but you'll love it even if you're not. Definite must see. Don't forget to check out the ceilings!!!!
Well worth the price of admission and loved the free mini bat at the end of the tour.
Don is THE best tour guide!! Had us laughing & he's full of facts!
Amazing history to learn for children and adults of all ages. Go online occassionally there are coupons and group deals.
A must for all fans of the great game!
The tour is great and taking a picture in front of the huge bat is a MUST!
If you're a fan of the game, after the factory tour take the tour of the bat vault where you can hold bats used by Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Henry Aaron and other legends.
There are some places every sports fan needs to visit in his or her lifetime. The Louisville Slugger Museum is one of them.
You don't have to pay for parking on Sunday's
Awesome tour! Save movie for last in case you dont have time...
Cool tour. Not bad for the price either. Got to see Jon Jay's bat order about to be made. Get to take home a free mini bat
Best museum about baseball bats I've been to!
Take the tour. It's cool and you get a complementary bat.
Of you LOVE Baseball you gotta go.
The tour is really solid. Sean is a great tourguide. Get some bat nubs.
And there open on Sundays
Amazing culture and history...you're left with the feeling that they are all proud of the product they make
Make sure you get some hacks in!
Very cool tour, I was pleasantly surprised. I would do it again. I talked to the TSA guys at the airport, they just changed the guidelines & you ARE allowed to take the mini bats in your carry on now!
One of the best museums I have ever visited!! Got myself a personalized bat with "jswishdaman" on it & picked up mini bats for my niece & nephew too!! You must visit whenever you go visit Louisville!
The tour was very cool! Love the smell of sawdust. Great information and fun presentation.
Check out the huge bat........thats what she said
Amazing well worth the time and money
I highly recommend ordering your personalized bat BEFORE you even enter the museum. That way, you won't be stuck waiting over two hours when you are just ready to go. :)
Show your active duty ID card and get in free! All hooah! Thanks Slugger!
Don't even bother trying to bring the mini souvenir Louisville Slugger onto an airplane in your check-in luggage. As the tourguide mentions, the bat will be confiscated by TSA at Louisville airport.
Try out the batting cages
Admission is 11. You can skip the theater if you need to save time.
"How do you find the Slugger Museum? Look for the 68,000-pound, six-story, steel-clad Louisville Slugger bat out front."
Great tour and a free mini bat at the end
The factory tour is worth the $10 and you get a mini bat at the end :)
Get your name engraved on a bat!
Great place to visit. If you are flying out, don't buy the mini-bats--those are not allowed on planes in carry-ons!
Allows visitors to watch as wooden bats are being turned.