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Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville

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In the hometown of one of the world's greatest boxers, Muhammad Ali Center features art galleries, interactive exhibits, media footage, and videos inspired by Ali's life, work, and values. At the three-level center, discover six core principles that kept the boxing megastar inspired and focused on pursuing his dreams: confidence, conviction, dedication, respect, giving, and spirituality. Experience a recreated training with Ali, see a 17 m (55 ft) long wall filled with more than 5,000 drawings by children from 141 countries, and browse through numerous permanent and temporary exhibits. For Muhammad Ali Center and beyond, use our Louisville vacation route planner to get the most from your Louisville vacation.
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  • We have recently moved here & I took my children when they were off for MLK day. It seemed like a perfect way to celebrate the day. They had several videos that were very informative about Muhammed Al...  more »
  • Very intertaining and informative center. Regardless of your opinion of boxing or the man at the center of this museum, you will benefit from your time here. 
  • This was my 4th visit to the museum. It is easy to access with ample parking nearby. Every time I go, I have learned something new. I really enjoyed the Leroy Neiman room. Gained insight into their fr...  more »
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  • Truly a world class attraction honoring the Greatest of all time. In addition to the exhibits and museum, there is a wonderful event space at the top with panoramic views of the mighty Ohio River and neighboring Indiana.
  • I was so excited to go here. Hugely dissapointed. I was expecting a lot more. On the walls that had sound bites that were too loud you couldnt hear because right next to you it was a different one. They should have had some headphones so its not over powering. Granted, Ali just passed away this year, I sure hope they improve it over the next few years. But it literally looks like they through up a bunch of clutter on the walls and said its a museum for Ali
  • Spectacular venue to learn about more than just the greatest. Amazing piece of art.
  • I've learned a lot about the Goat that I didn't know.nice facility.
  • Interesting place. Not only biography and artifacts. You can watch famous fights and have unique opportunity to step into the ring, and get some video lesson from the Champion’s daughter – Leyla Ali Amariah. For me, the most touching and astonishing thing was a picture painted by Ali in 2010. He donated it to a charity auction to raise funds for the United Nations World Food Programme. Find more in our travel blog