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The landmark that most people associate with Louisville is Churchill Downs, the racetrack where the Kentucky Derby has been run since 1875. Even if you aren't in town for the race, you should still make a trip to the track and visit the beautiful Kentucky Derby Museum, which may actually be more fun than the race itself. You'll quickly come to grips with the race's mystique—as one commentator observed, in the Derby a horse has only two minutes out of its whole lifetime to prove itself. Because only 3-year-olds run in the race, a horse has only one shot at winning. After Churchill Downs, Louisville's other center of sightseeing is downtown, which sits on the Ohio River. The waterfront has seen a true renaissance in recent years—and while construction continues, the newly expanded Waterfront Park is a good place for a brown-bag lunch, as well as games of favorite sports and children's activities. Louisville's Main Street Historic District downtown is a blend of past and present, where cast-iron facades from the 1800s line the streets and are juxtaposed against a backdrop of high-rise buildings, making for a picturesque skyline. Museum Row includes everything from high-end art, crafts and one-of-a-kind glass pieces to history museums, the Louisville Slugger factory, the Louisville Science Center and IMAX Theater, and the wonderful Muhammad Ali Center.


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