Louisville Information

Louisville, or 'Lou-uh-vul', as most locals call it, is a wonderful place to call home.  It has been recognized in recent years as one of America's 'most livable' and 'most affordable' cities.  It has a friendly, small town feel while boasting amenities generally found only in much larger cities.  It has a diversity of people, faiths and neighborhoods.  It's a city with a culture all its own with a mix of Mid-western and Southern traditions.  Arguably, most Louisvillians (and Kentuckians) see themselves as Southerners.

Settled near the Falls of the Ohio, Louisville is a city rich in history and contributors to the American way of life.  Explore the links on this page to learn more about our great city.

Attractions

  • Belle of Louisville:  Since her birth in 1914, the Belle of Louisville has taken over 7 million people for a cruise on America's inland waterways.  The Belle is America's last true Mississippi river steamboat...
  • Bourbon Trail:  Louisville has been home to many distillers since Evan Williams marketed his first whiskey in the city in 1780.  Until the 1920’s, a portion of Main Street was known as “Whiskey Row”...
  • Cathedral of the Assumption:  Ours is a community of faith that dates back to the dedication of the Cathedral in 1852.  Serving as the mother church of the diocese we strive for prayerful excellence in...
  • Cave Hill Cemetery:  Chartered by the General Assembly of Kentucky on February 5,1848 for the purpose of operating a rural cemetery.  Cave Hill was dedicated in July of that year and the transition of...
  • Churchill Downs:  The track formally opened May 17, 1875 with four races scheduled.  The winner of the first race was Bonaventure, however the winner of the day's featured race, the Kentucky Derby, was a...
  • Falls of the Ohio State Park:  Located on the banks of the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana at I-65, exit 0, is the Falls of the Ohio State Park.  The 390-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest, naturally...
  • Farmington:  Built for John and Lucy Speed, Farmington was completed in 1816.  The Historic Home was the center of a thriving 550 acre hemp plantation that was sustained by nearly 60 enslaved African...
  • Fourth Street Live!:  Fourth Street Live! is Louisville’s premier dining, entertainment and retail destination located on Fourth Street, between Liberty Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, in the...
  • Hermitage Farm:  With roots that span generations, Hermitage is a world-class equine operation tied to Oldham County, Kentucky’s rich farming industry.  Purchased in the 1800’s as part of a land grant...
  • Horse-Drawn Carriages:  Our impressive stable of draft horses are renown for their gentleness and are fully street trained.  Our traditionally attired professional drivers are experienced, courteous and always...
  • Kentucky Kingdom:  Kentucky Kingdom (formerly known as Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom) is an amusement park.  The 63-acre  park includes a collection of amusement rides and a water park...
  • Kentucky Science Center:  The Kentucky Science Center is a nonprofit educational institution that encourages people of all ages to do science in engaging, educational and entertaining ways to inspire...
  • Locust Grove:  This 1790 Georgian mansion tells the story of its builders, William and Lucy Clark Croghan, and the story of American beginnings.  William and Lucy Clark Croghan, along with Lucy’s...
  • Louisville Mega Cavern:  An underground adventure rich in history, geology, mining, recycling, green building technology, and just simply HUGE in scale.  The man-made cavern spans under a number...
  • Louisville Palace:  On the occasion of it's grand opening on September 1, 1928, the Courier Journal called the theatre, then known as the Loew's and United Artists State theatre, an architectural marvel...
  • Louisville Parks:  The Frederick Law Olmsted Parks and Parkways were created with great vision for the future of our city.  Over the last 120 years these parks and parkways have contributed to the quality of...
  • Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory:  J. Frederick Hillerich emigrated with his family from Baden-Baden, Germany to Baltimore, Maryland in 1842.  The Hillerichs moved to Louisville in 1856, where...
  • Louisville Water Tower:  When engineer Theodore Scowden and his assistant Charles Hermany were planning the original site for Louisville Water Company— then known as Louisville Water Works —back...
  • Louisville Waterfront Park:  Since 1986, the Waterfront Development Corporation has been striving to unite Louisville’s underutilized waterfront areas with the surrounding city.  The result: Waterfront Park...
  • Louisville Zoo:  Founded in 1969, the Louisville Zoo, or the Louisville Zoological Garden, is a 134-acre zoo situated in the city's Poplar Level neighborhood.  The "State Zoo of Kentucky" currently exhibits...
  • McAlpine Locks & Dam:  The McAlpine Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River 604.5 miles below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the northwestern end of Louisville, Kentucky, in the Portland...
  • Muhammad Ali Center:  Guided by Muhammad Ali's six core principles, the Muhammad Ali Center features an interactive museum, educational programming, and special events to inspire young adults...
  • Old Louisville:  Historic Old Louisville is one of the many unique boroughs of Louisville.  We are fortunate enough to have the largest contiguous Victorian neighborhood in North America and are...
  •  Riverside Landing:  Standing atop a gentle rise overlooking the Ohio River, the Farnsley-Moremen House is the centerpiece of a 300-acre historic site called Riverside, the Farnsley-MoremenLanding...
  • Star of Louisville:  The vessel is arranged with passenger boarding on the main deck amidships port or starboard.  The main deck is arranged with a dining eating, a stair tower amidships on the centerline...
  • Thomas Edison House:  Just after the Civil War, a 19-year old Thomas Edison is thought to have rented a room in this building during part of the 1 1/2 years he worked in Louisville, Kentucky as a telegrapher...
  • Waverly Hills Sanatorium:  Waverly Hills Sanatorium is known by many as "One of the Most Haunted Places on Earth".  Waverly is a place known world wide to be full of history & paranormal activity...

  • Business

    • Greater Louisville Inc. - Metro Chamber of Commerce:  As the region’s largest business organization, we provide benefits that deliver significant value to your company.  Committed to...
    • Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau:  Plan your Kentucky getaway today on GoToLouisville.com.  Explore Louisville's events, maps, discounts, and great things to do, and create your perfect vacation...
    • Louisville Regional Airport Authority:  The Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) is responsible for owning, operating and developing Louisville International Airport (SDF) and Bowman Field (LOU)...
    • Kentucky Exposition Center:  At a huge 1.2 million square feet, the Kentucky Exposition Center is the perfect host for your exhibit.  We are located across from the Louisville International Airport and seven...
    • Kentucky International Convention Center:  Like your successful exhibit, this downtown space is all about connections.  The Kentucky International Convention Center is located in downtown Louisville...
    • Louisville Free Public Library:  Our city had a library as early as 1816, but it was not a free public library.  It was a small collection housed in the old Court House.  In1870 some progressive individuals...
    • Oldham County Chamber of Commerce:  Oldham Chamber & Economic Development strives to be the “go to” organization for business networking, business expansion, professional development...
    • Shelby County Chamber of Commerce:  In July 1926, a group of business and professional people in our community joined together to find ways to advance and enhance Shelby County. Since that time...
    • Spencer County Chamber of Commerce:  Committed leadership, inspired dedication to the community, careful planning and swift action - these are all tools which the Taylorsville-Spencer...
    • Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce:  The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce is located in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, and serves more than 300 Members. Bullitt County is the proud home...

    • Colleges & Universities

      • ATA College:  ATA is committed to providing quality instruction, hands-on training and effective career preparation in a comfortable environment that facilitates the learning experience...
      • Bellarmine University:  Academics are the heart and soul of a Bellarmine education.  Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, we offer more than 50 majors.  Our distinguished faculty are experts in...
      • Boyce College:  Boyce College derives its name from James P. Boyce, founder and first president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  In addition to being a Southern Baptist statesman...
      • Brown Mackie College:  Brown Mackie College is a system of over 25 schools located throughout North America.  Programs, credential levels, technology, and scheduling options vary by school and are...
      • Daymar College:  We design our programs with you and your future success in mind.  At Daymar College, we help prepare our graduates for the challenges of tomorrow's workplace and beyond...
      • DeVry University:  DeVry University’s degree programs aren’t built for just any college student.  We’re looking for students who have already found themselves, and go to college to make a better life...
      • Galen College of Nursing:  Since Galen opened its doors in 1989, nursing degree programs have been our only focus.  Over the years, more than 11,000 nurses have graduated from our four campuses to...
      • Indiana Wesleyan University:  Whether you’re attending college for the first time, hoping to complete the degree you put on hold or thinking about pursuing a graduate education, Indiana Wesleyan...
      • Jefferson Community & Technical College:  Today more than ever, college is essential to get a good job, to learn new skills that lead to promotions, and to ensure a good salary.  A KCTCS education will...
      • Louisville Bible College:  Louisville Bible College for over 65 years has trained leaders for the ministry.  We are committed to our conservative heritage rooted in Scripture and faithfulness to God’s Word...
      • Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary:  More than 160 years old, Louisville Seminary has been building up the Body of Christ in a tradition rooted in Scripture and the Reformed tradition while...
      • McKendree University:  For your convenience, classes are offered in an accelerated four week format.  By combining a comprehensive blend of in-class and online participation, our program covers the...
      • Simmons College:  The Simmons College legacy of providing high quality educational opportunities to traditionally under served communities dates back to 1879 when it began serving African Americans...
      • Southern Baptist Theological Seminary:  Under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, the mission of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is to be totally committed to the Bible as the Word of God, to...
      • Spalding University:  Spalding University represents a legacy of education established in 1814 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.  In 1920 the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth founded Nazareth College...
      • Spencerian College:  Spencerian College was founded in 1892 by Enos Spencer, a nationally recognized business educator of his time.  In the history book entitled Beginning of the Business School, author...
      • Sullivan University:  Sullivan’s main campus is located in Louisville, Kentucky – a city with unlimited cultural and professional opportunities, including the area’s most diverse communities of restaurants...
      • University of Louisville:  On April 3, 1798, eight men declared their intention to establish the Jefferson Seminary in Louisville and called upon their fellow citizens to join them in pledging funds for land...
      • University of Phoenix:  Whether you earn your degree online or in a classroom setting, you'll get the same benefits we offer all our students—a dedicated team of representatives, small classroom sizes...
      • Webster University:  Webster University offers accredited graduate programs to students in Kentucky and across the world.  With opportunities to study in the Louisville area or earn a master's degree...

Government

  • Louisville Metro:  Relocating to Louisville? You've made a smart choice! Louisville is all about quality of life - affordable housing - short commute times - lots of things to do - including a park around every...
  • St Matthews:  Welcome Residents and Visitors, the City of St. Matthews continues to attract homeowners and businesses alike because of the ambiance and vitality of the city.  Homes remain in...
  • Jeffersontown:  In the late 1700s, Revolutionary War veterans and other colonizers began to settle in the area that would eventually become known as Jeffersontown.  At that point in time, life was still...
  • Shively:   The City of Shively is a Third Class city located in southwestern Jefferson County, Kentucky.  We have both full-time police and fire departments, along with our own public works.  City Hall is open...
  • La Grange:  La Grange's historic character is derived from its role as a county seat and as a railroad community.  The present appearance of the central district is still very much dominated by the...
  • Oldham County:  Founded in 1824, Oldham County features beautiful rolling farmland, a growing, diverse population, and a nationally recognized school system.  Located close enough to Louisville...
  • Shelbyville:  Shelbyville is one of the most diverse communities in Kentucky.  Our unique blend of agriculture, business and industry, coupled with our attitude of a small town atmosphere makes...
  • Shelby County:  Welcome to Shelby County.  Nestled in the heartland of the Bluegrass, Shelby County is known as the “Saddlebred Capital of the World.”  Fields abound with hundreds of beautiful horses...
  • Taylorsville:  Taylorsville is the county seat of Spencer County, Kentucky.  Long-time residents of the region can often trace their ancestry to the middle 1700's, since many families of current citizens...
  • Spencer County:  Spencer County, Kentucky is found right in the heart of the Bluegrass, with a rural setting and a country lifestyle.  But it is only minutes away from one of the nation's largest cities...
  • Shepherdsville:  The contrast between this salt-producing region that straddled Salt River and the rest of Kentucky at this early date was so great that it is hard to make it comprehensible.  Salt was...
  • Bullitt County:  Bullitt County Fiscal Court meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m., with the exception of the first Tuesday in the months of March, June, September and December...
  • Kentucky:  Kentucky.gov is the official government web portal of the C​ommonwealth of Kentucky​, providing 24/7 access to state and local governmen​t information and services for citizens and...

Hospitals

  • Baptist Health La Grange:  Baptist Health La Grange, a 120-bed hospital, provides a broad spectrum of healthcare services to residents of Oldham, Henry, Trimble, Carroll and eastern Jefferson counties...
  • Baptist Health Louisville:  Baptist Health Louisville is a 519-bed hospital that is among the top five hospitals in Kentucky for orthopedics, emergency care, maternity care and neuroscience...
  • Central State Hospital:  The department operates several inpatient facilities that provide psychiatric, rehabilitative and nursing care services to its clients.  In addition, the department contracts with a...
  • Frazier Rehabilitation Institute:  Known for world-class care in comprehensive acute rehab, Frazier Rehab Institute provides extensive therapy across a number of specialties for inpatient and...
  • Jewish Hospital:  Jewish Hospital opened in 1905 with a mission to provide all patients with the highest quality care and a strong emphasis on research and education.  Today, Jewish Hospital is a 462-bed...
  • Jewish Hospital Shelbyville:  Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, part of KentuckyOne Heatlh, located on the Colonel Harland D. Sanders Medical Campus, is a vital community resource to residents of Shelby...
  • Jewish Medical Center East:  Opened in 2003, Medical Center Jewish East provides patients an outpatient care experience defined by patient comfort/privacy, personal service and...
  • Jewish Medical Center Northeast:  Medical Center Jewish Northeast opened in August 2009.  The outpatient and emergency care facility serves the fast-growing area of northeastern Jefferson...
  • Jewish Medical Center South:  Medical Center Jewish South opened in May 2006 to provide outpatient and emergency care, along with specialty physician services to fast-growing Bullitt County, which...
  • Jewish Medical Center Southwest:  Medical Center Jewish Southwest offers 24/7 emergency services provided by board-certified/board-eligible emergency medicine physicians.  In addition, Medical...
  • Kindred Hospital Louisville:  Kindred Hospitals are a part of Kindred Healthcare’s nationwide network of transitional care hospitals and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals.  We are a specialty hospital...
  • Kosair Children's Hospital:  For more than a century, Kosair Children's Hospital and its predecessor hospitals have cared for the children of Kentucky and Southern Indiana without regard to their...
  • Norton Audubon Hospital:  Norton Healthcare's purpose is to provide quality health care to all those we serve, in a manner that responds to the needs of our communities and honors our faith heritage...
  • Norton Brownsboro Hospital:  Norton Healthcare's purpose is to provide quality health care to all those we serve, in a manner that responds to the needs of our communities and honors our faith...
  • Norton Hospital:  Norton Healthcare's purpose is to provide quality health care to all those we serve, in a manner that responds to the needs of our communities and honors our faith heritage...
  • Norton Women's and Kosair Children's Hospital:  Introducing the inpatient integrative medicine services available at Norton Women's and Kosair Children's Hospital.  Our integrative medicine...
  • Our Lady of Peace Hospital:  Our Lady of Peace is one of the country’s largest private, non-profit psychiatric hospitals.  The facility offers the most comprehensive array of psychiatric treatment...
  • Saints Mary & Elizabeth Hospital:  Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in 1874, Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital is a 331-bed primary care hospital offering advanced treatment in orthopedics...
  • The Brook Hospitals:  Faced with overwhelming demands and pressures of a challenging and changing society, we all cope with daily situations that can lead to feelings of confusion, inadequacy, failure...
  • University of Louisville Hospital:  As the academic hospital at the heart of the Louisville Metro area, University Hospital is quite literally the center of the latest developments in patient care...
  • VA Medical Center:  The United States has the most comprehensive system of assistance for Veterans of any nation in the world, with roots that can be traced back to 1636, when the Pilgrims of Plymouth...

    Museums

  • 21c Museum Hotel:  Nestled in historic downtown Louisville, 21c Museum Hotel is a 91-room boutique Louisville hotel, contemporary art museum, award-winning restaurant and cultural civic center...
  • Evan Williams Bourbon Experience:  The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience is a multi-million dollar artisanal distillery, immersive tourism experience, and retail location that celebrates the legacy of...
  • Falls of the Ohio State Park:  Located on the banks of the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana at I-65, exit 0, is the Falls of the Ohio State Park.  The 390-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest, naturally...
  • Frazier History Museum:  With a greater knowledge of history, we can fully appreciate the great difficulties and the great opportunities that lie ahead.  By reconnecting with our past, we can...
  • Kentucky Derby Museum:  The Kentucky Derby Museum, which sits on the front steps of historic Churchill Downs, is a visible part of the Louisville, Kentucky community and one of the premiere...
  • Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft:  The Museum features contemporary art that explores craft emphasizing the techniques, materials and process of creative expression.  Our goal is to...
  • Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory:  J. Frederick Hillerich emigrated with his family from Baden-Baden, Germany to Baltimore, Maryland in 1842.  The Hillerichs moved to Louisville in 1856, where...
  • Louisville WaterWorks Museum:  Built between 1858 and 1860 as part of the city’s original Water Works, the Original Pumping Station was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1971...
  • Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind:  The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind is dedicated to preserving and presenting the fascinating educational history of blind...
  • Portland Museum:  Explore Louisville’s river heritage through vivid dioramas, life-sized characters, automated sound track, documentaries, and much more at the Portland Museum...
  • Speed Art Museum:  The Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, is Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum.  It was founded in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed as a...
  • The Filson Historical Society:  We are Kentucky’s oldest privately supported Historical Society, founded in 1884.  We’ve been collecting and preserving Kentucky and the Ohio Valley region’s significant...
  • Thomas Edison House:  Just after the Civil War, a 19-year old Thomas Edison is thought to have rented a room in this building during part of the 1 1/2 years he worked in Louisville, Kentucky as a telegrapher...

  • Newspapers

  • Business First:  The Business Journals are the premier media solutions platform for companies strategically targeting business decision makers.  We deliver a total business audience of over...
  • LEO Weekly:  The Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO) was founded in 1990 as a free source of a wide range of opinions and commentary on current affairs, as well as a guide to local and regional...
  • The Courier-Journal:  The Courier-Journal is the main newspaper for the city of Louisville, Kentucky.  The paper is the 48th largest daily paper in the U.S. and the single largest in Kentucky....
  • The Oldham Era:  The Oldham Era is the local community newspaper for Oldham County.  Each week, readers find local government news, school news, sports, obituaries, advertising and other vital...
  • The Pioneer News:  The Pioneer News is Bullitt County's community newspaper.  Founded in 1882, The Pioneer News has had several name changes but one thing has never changed... its commitment...
  • The Sentinel-News:  The Sentinel-News Online is an information service to the worldwide Internet community provided by The Sentinel-News, a twice-weekly newspaper serving Shelby County...
  • The Voice-Tribune:  Since 1949, The Voice-Tribune, a Blue Equity Company, has captured the heart and soul of Louisville by covering important events and news in the charitable, social and cultural spheres...

Performing Arts

  • Actors Theatre:  The non-profit organization began when a pair of theatre companies, Actors, Inc. and Theatre Louisville, merged under the title Actors Theatre of Louisville.  Housed in a tiny loft...
  • Bunbury Theatre:  The Mission of Bunbury Theatre is to create enriching, diverse, live theatrical experiences for the community and its artists in an intimate and professional setting...
  • Clifton Center:  For fifteen years the Clifton Center has hosted concerts, plays, films, lectures, weddings, art exhibits, dinners, and receptions and meetings of every kind. Its studios have seen the training...
  • Derby Dinner Playhouse:  Derby Dinner Playhouse is proud to be one of the oldest and largest continually operating professional dinner theatres in the country.  For over 40 years the theatre...
  • Iroquois Amphitheater:  The Iroquois Amphitheater is a state-of-the-art, handicapped-accessible theater with seating for 2,348 that hosts a variety of performing arts and cultural programs...
  • Kentucky Opera:  Kentucky Opera was founded in 1952 by Moritz von Bomhard and designated the State Opera of Kentucky in 1982.  Operas were presented in the Columbia Auditorium until 1964...
  • Little Colonel Players:  The Little Colonel Players was founded by a group involved with the Pewee Valley Women’s Club in 1956.  There were several members, including Elsie Stanforth, who were...
  • Louisville Ballet:  Louisville Ballet, the official ballet of the commonwealth of Kentucky, was founded in March 1952 as a civic ballet company.  At that time, the Louisville Ballet employed guest artistic...
  • Louisville Chorus:  Louisville Chorus has enhanced the art of choral music for a phenomenal 77 seasons.  It is the longest-thriving most frequently performing choral arts agency in the...
  • Louisville Improvisors:  Louisville Improvisors originated ensemble improvisation in Louisville.  Since 1999, We've continued to explore the unique art form of theatrical improvisation.  Our concept...
  • Louisville Orchestra:  The Louisville Orchestra was established in 1937, through the combined efforts of then Louisville mayor, Charles Farnsley and conductor, Robert Whitney, and has long since...
  • Louisville Palace:  For years the heart of Louisville's downtown commercial district was Fourth Street.  Shopping and dining were wonderful.  There wasn't a better way to end the day than taking...
  • Louisville Youth Choir:  The Louisville Youth Choir creates stars of today by supporting and enhancing school music programs and by servicing unmet artistic needs in the community.  Through the...
  • Louisville Youth Orchestra:  The LYO, founded in 1958, provides an extraordinary musical experience for young people from grade school through age 21.  The LYO is made up of four orchestras, an...
  • Shakespeare in the Park:  In 1984, Shakespeare in Central Park: The Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, was designated as the “Official Shakespeare Festival of the Commonwealth” by the Kentucky...
  • Stage One Childrens Theatre:  Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, KY, StageOne Family Theatre is one of the nation’s leading theatres for young audiences and families.  Proud to...
  • The Kentucky Center:  Home to many of the city’s major arts organizations, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts brings the finest in music, dance, theater and more to Kentucky!  We are the home...
  • Walden Theatre:  Mission: Respecting young people’s enormous ability to learn and achieve, our mission is to develop generations of collaborative, empathetic, confident, and creative...

    Private Schools

  • Beth Haven Christian School:  Since 1971, our school has existed first for God’s glory (1 Corinthians 10:31), and next to see young boys and girls come to a saving knowledge of Christ; to grow in...
  • Catholic Elementary Schools:  Thirty-seven Catholic parish, regional, and private elementary schools serve 13,285 students in six counties of the Archdiocese of Louisville.  The chart below provides...
  • Catholic High Schools:  Nine Catholic secondary schools serve more than 6,000 students. Eight of the schools are located in Jefferson county and one in Nelson county.  The chart below provides...
  • Christian Academy of Louisville:  Our mission at Christian Academy is to develop students with a heart for God who grow as Jesus did in wisdom, stature, and in favor with God and men.  It is a privilege...
  • Evangel Christian:  ECS has the goal of being successful spiritually, educationally and financially.  We value students.  One of the important components of our school is student leadership, which is...
  • Friends School:  Friends School is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, family cooperative school.  Our mission is to provide experiential, noncompetitive, child-centered educational opportunities where individual...
  • Hayfield Montessori:  Founded in 1967, Hayfield Montessori was one of the first Montessori schools in Kentucky and was only one of three elementary Montessori Schools in the United States...
  • Highlands Latin School:  Welcome to Highlands Latin School.  Our website has a wealth of information to help you become better acquainted with the distinctive culture and academic programs...
  • Independent Schools of Louisville:  dePaul, Kentucky Country Day, Collegiate, Meredith-Dunn, St Francis, Summit Academy, Virginia Chance and Walden are represented on this joint site...
  • Louisville Deaf Oral:  Heuser Hearing & Language Academy (HHLA) is a comprehensive, educational community that exists to empower children with hearing loss and those experiencing a speech...
  • Montessori School of Louisville:  MSL is a SACS CASI accredited school, offering authentic Montessori programs from 18 months - Grade 8.  We ignite the child's innate love of learning in a diverse...
  • Pitt Academy:  There are many labels placed on special needs students.  At Pitt Academy, we understand students don’t come with a “one-size-fits-all” label.  In fact, we see our students...
  • Portland Christian:  Since 1924, Portland Christian School has been committed to honoring our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the Creator of all things, with a learning environment that is based on...
  • The Academy for Individual Excellence:  The Academy believes that all children have a natural desire to achieve and learn best by experiencing success.  We believe that children are empowered most...
  • The Waldorf School:  The school is part of an international education system, developed in the early 20th century by philosopher, educator, and architect Rudolph Steiner.  Since the first school’s...
  • Valor Traditional Academy:  Valor Traditional Academy seeks to provide a structured, highly academic environment, emphasizing moral, social, and spiritual development in preparation for college...
  • West End School:  West End School is a free, private, college preparatory, Pre-K through Eighth school for young men.  Admission is open to boys entering Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second...
  • Whitefield Academy:  Whitefield Academy is a fully accredited K-12 school located in Louisville, Kentucky. Test scores have consistently ranked Whitefield among the top ten private schools...

  • Public Schools

  • Anchorage Public School:  Originally named, Anchorage Graded and Common School, Anchorage Public School was conceived June 21, 1911.  The first class began on September 20, 1911, and...
  • Jefferson County Public Schools:  Vision:  All JCPS students graduate prepared to reach their full potential and contribute to our society throughout life.  Mission:  To provide relevant...
  • Oldham County Schools:  The Oldham County School District is located approximately 20 miles northeast of Louisville and serves over 12,000 students.  While Kentucky schools have gone...
  • Shelby County Public Schools:  Vision Statement:  A district of “Inspired Learning, Leading, and Living.”  Mission Statement:  by “Preparing wise students who master standards, lead by example, and...
  • Spencer County Public Schools:  Mission Statement:  Spencer County Schools will go the distance for all students!  Vision Statement:  Spencer County Schools will ensure all students reach their full...
  • Bullitt County Public Schools:  Welcome to Bullitt County Public Schools.  Over the course of the last eight years, our relentless focus has been to improve student achievement and opportunities...
  • Radio

WKRC   550 AM:  Talk format licensed in Cincinnati, OH with a signal distance of 88.6 miles.
WVLK   590 AM:  News/Talk format licensed in Lexington, KY with a signal distance of 64.1 miles.
WAKY   620 AM:  Classic Hits format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 6.6 miles.
WHBE   680 AM:  Sports format licensed in Newburg, KY with a signal distance of 10.1 miles.
WLW   700 AM:  Talk format licensed in Cincinnati, OH with a signal distance of 109.1 miles.
WKRD   790 AM:  Sports format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 12.7 miles.
WHAS   840 AM:  News/Talk format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 17.5 miles.
WFIA   900 AM:  Religious format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 3.2 miles.
WCND   940 AM:  Mexican format licensed in Shelbyville, KY with a signal distance of 31.4 miles.
WGTK   970 AM:  News/Talk format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 6.2 miles.
WLCR   1040 AM:  Religious format licensed in Mt Washington, KY with a signal distance of 16.0 miles.
WKJK   1080 AM:  Talk format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 7.0 miles.
WSLM   1220 AM:  Country format licensed in Salem, IN with a signal distance of 32.3 miles.
WLLV   1240 AM:  Gospel Music format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 3.9 miles.
WXGO   1270 AM:  Classic Hits format licensed in Madison, IN with a signal distance of 41.1 miles.
WLOU   1350 AM:  Gospel Music format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 4.0 miles.
WXVW   1450 AM:  Sports format licensed in Jeffersonville, IN with a signal distance of 4.5 miles.
WNDA   1570 AM:  Mexican format licensed in New Albany, IN with a signal distance of 7.1 miles.
WNAS   88.1 FM:  School (K-12) format licensed in New Albany, IN with a signal distance of 5.9 miles.
WJIE   88.5 FM:  Christian format licensed in Okolona, KY with a signal distance of  13.5   miles.
WFPL   89.3 FM:  Public Radio format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 10.6 miles.
WUOL   90.5 FM:  Classical format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 10.6 miles.
WKUE   90.9 FM:  Public format licensed in Elizabethtown, KY with a signal distance of 34.2 miles.
WJLR   91.5 FM:  Christian format licensed in Seymour, IN with a signal distance of 41.0 miles.
WFPK   91.9 FM:  Adult format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 10.6 miles.
WFHS  92.7 FM:  School (K-12) format licensed in Fern Creek, KY with a signal distance of 9.9 miles.
WTFX   93.1 FM:  Rock format licensed in Clarksville, IN with a signal distance of 9.2 miles.
WMMG   93.5 FM:  Country format licensed in Brandenburg, KY with a signal distance of 27.8 miles.
WLCL   93.9 FM:  Sports format licensed in Sellersburg, IN with a signal distance of 1.9 miles.
WULF   94.3 FM:  Country format licensed in Hardinsburg, KY with a signal distance of 37.4 miles.
WFIA   94.7 FM:  Religious format licensed in New Albany, IN with a signal distance of 9.2 miles.
WLGX  95.1 FM:  Hot AC format licensed in Floyd's Knobs, IN with a signal distance of 10.2 miles.
WQMF   95.7 FM:  Classic Rock format licensed in Jeffersonville, IN with a signal distance of 11.9 miles.
WGZB   96.5 FM:  Hip Hop format licensed in Lanesville, IN with a signal distance of 9.7 miles.
WAMZ   97.5 FM:  Country format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 11.4 miles.
WLGX  97.9 FM:  Hot AC format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 9.4 miles.
WQXE   98.3 FM:  Hot AC format licensed in Elizabethtown, KY with a signal distance of 38.3 miles.
WNRW   98.9 FM:  Top-40 format licensed in Prospect, KY with a signal distance of 12.7 miles.
WKMO   99.3 FM:  Country format licensed in Lebanon Junction, KY with a signal distance of 33.6 miles.
WDJX   99.7 FM:  Top-40 format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 10.5 miles.
WAKY  100.1 FM:  Classic Hits format licensed in Shelbyville, KY with a signal distance of 3.2 miles.
WLGX   100.5 FM:  Hot AC format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 12.6 miles.
WCHQ  100.9 FM:  Variety format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 2.3 miles.
WMJM   101.3 FM:  Urban format licensed inJeffersontown, KY with a signal distance of 6.0 miles.
WVKY   101.7 FM:  Country format licensed in Shelbyville, KY with a signal distance of 31.4 miles.
WXMA   102.3 FM:  Hot AC format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 1.2 miles.
WQNU   103.1 FM:  Country format licensed in Lyndon, KY with a signal distance of 12.7 miles.
WAKY   103.5 FM:  Classic Hits format licensed in Radcliff, KY with a signal distance of 24.2 miles.
WRKA   103.9 FM:  Country format licensed in Louisville, KY with a signal distance of 1.9 miles.
WAYI   104.3 FM:  Christian format licensed in Charlestown, IN with a signal distance of 18.7 miles.
WLOU  104.7 FM:  Gospel Music format licensed in New Albany, IN with a signal distance of 3.9 miles.
WGHL   105.1 FM:  Hip Hop format licensed in Shepherdsville, KY with a signal distance of 10.3 miles.
WLVK   105.5 FM:  Country format licensed in Fort Knox, KY with a signal distance of 32.0 miles.
WAYK   105.9 FM:  Christian format licensed in Valley Station, KY with a signal distance of 9.7 miles.
WVEZ   106.9 FM:  Adult format licensed in Saint Matthews, KY with a signal distance of 10.7 miles.
WSFR   107.7 FM:  Classic Hits format licensed in Corydon, IN with a signal distance of 9.7 miles.

  • Television

WAVE 3 NBC:  NBC afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Raycom.
WNDA 9 IND:  Independent licensed in Jeffersonville, IN owned by Dominion Media.
WHAS 11 ABC:  ABC afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Tegna Media.
WKPC 15 PBS:  PBS afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Kentucky Authority for Educational TV.
WBNA 21 ION:  ION afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Word Broadcast Network.
WYCS 24 IND:  Independent licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Greater Louisville Communications.
WLKY 32 CBS:  CBS afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Hearst Television.
WBKI 34 CW:  CW afilliate licensed in Campbellsville, KY owned by Cascade Broadcasting.
WDRB 41 FOX:  FOX afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Independence Television Company.
WJYL 45 TBN:  TBN afilliate licensed in Clarksville, IN owned by Dominion Media.
W50CI 50 IND:  Independent licensed in Louisville, KY owned by South Central Communications.
WFTE 58 MYTV:  MYTV afilliate licensed in Salem, IN and owned by Independence Television Company.
WKMJ 68 PBS:  PBS afilliate licensed in Louisville, KY owned by Kentucky Authority for Educational TV.

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  • Websites - Other

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