Martha Stewart's Louisville, Kentucky Travel Guide

Martha Stewart's Louisville, Kentucky Travel Guide

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This lively city, which borders Indiana on the Ohio River, is experiencing a renaissance thanks to an influx of innovative restaurants and a burgeoning art scene. Read more: www.marthastewart.com/899308/weekend-getaway-louisville-kentucky#899039

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    Housed in a former firehouse, this new honky-tonk is bold and loud with food to match.
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    Peruse some of the many antiques shops, such as Derby City Antique Mall, for commemorative Derby glasses (shown), silver julep cups, and other vintage treasures.
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    M. A. Hadley has been making pottery for 72 years with its bright-white glaze and hand-painted signature Hadley Blue decorations.
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    Louisville enjoys a rich pottery tradition. Founded in 1815, the artisans at Louisville Stoneware use rich local clay to craft pieces with contemporary designs and bold colors.
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    Make this boutique hotel in the heart of downtown your home base. In addition to its cutting-edge art galleries, it has spacious, comfortable rooms and a smart, helpful staff.
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    In addition to locally roasted coffee by Argo Sons and delicious breakfasts and lunches (try the savory Asiago, apricot, and jalapeno scone), this cafe-cum-record store boasts an impressive collection of vinyl, a self-service turntable, and a listening booth.
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    The Brown was the hot spot for late-night revelry in the 1920s. As the story goes, hungry guests, who were tired of the traditional late-night ham and eggs, demanded a change.
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    Since opening in 1922, Wagner's has been a popular meeting place for jockeys, horsemen, and racing writers. Located across the road from Churchill Downs, it is the place to be for the morning racing gossip and biscuits and eggs.
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    You can't miss it -- a 120-foot-tall baseball bat towers outside this museum and working factory. Learn how the company crafts the wooden Sluggers, which it has been doing since 1884, and check out bats on swung by Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, and other baseball legends.
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    This family-owned candy shop has been making sweets by hand for 91 years.
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    A visit to Louisville isn't complete without a stop here. Catch up on your racing history at the recently renovated museum, which features memorabilia, films of famous races, and even a riding simulation, and then tour the legendary grounds.
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