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Louisville Slugger Field, Louisville

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Named after a baseball bat with origins in this city, Louisville Slugger Field is home to the minor league club team the Louisville Bats. Opened in 2000 with seating for over 13,000 visitors, the stadium features a continuous concourse around the field, extensive press facilities, and a children's play area. You enter the ballpark through a restored train shed--a railroad warehouse the architects incorporated into their designs for the modern stadium. Stop by for one of the club's home games, or join a behind-the-scenes tour to see the ballpark's dugouts, press boxes, and locker rooms. Reserve your tour spot by phone at least one week in advance. For Louisville Slugger Field and beyond, use our Louisville trip itinerary planner to get the most from your Louisville vacation.
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TripAdvisor
  • Slugger Field and the Louisville Bats is a great experience for visitors and locals. The activity and atmosphere are just plain fun.  more »
  • Hard to access. Parking lot across the street. Entrance / exit to parking lot is directly across from the main entrances. Persons in wheelchairs must go to a distant street corner to cross. While this...  more »
  • Great way to start off the 2017 baseball season with a visit to the Louisville Slugger Factory/Museum. Informative tour, knowledgeable staff and hands-on displays in the museum.  more »
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  • Recently nominated Best Minor League Ballpark! Sunday, kids can eat free (nachos, hot-dog, and a soda). Basically a hand full of chips w/cheese and a rolled up hot-dog in foil, but kids don't complain. Relatively same prices for food and drinks you would find at a major league ballpark so expect to pay a pretty penny especially if you have/take more than 2 kiddos, but it's a great time. Check the website for giveaways before the games (hats, bobble-heads,etc.) There is a Kids Club available for those under 12, $20 for free admission to Sunday games, replica jersey and a drawstring bag.....not too shabby! PLAY BALL!
  • Great sports field. I saw a baseball and football (soccer) game here. Beer is cold, food is fast takeaway what else do you need. Love the drink holders in the back of the seats. Ingenious. Has an excellent Lousiville Bats merch stall inside the grounds.
  • A great place to watch a minor league baseball game. Parking is easy, concessions plentiful and seats comfortable. I like to bring my family here time permitting.
  • I loved the atmosphere of this awesome place!! The Louisville Futbol Team is fantastic to watch at this stadium
  • Beautiful minor league baseball facility with good food and lots to do!