Things To Do
The Seelbach Hilton Louisville is situated in the center of downtown Louisville's arts and culture community. You'll find the Kentucky International Convention Center only three blocks away. And, the scenic River Walk, great for walking and jogging along the Ohio River, just a half mile northeast.
The Seelbach Hilton offers complimentary guest airport transportation. A complimentary, turn-of-the-century streetcar stops right outside The Seelbach Hilton and can drop you off at popular sightseeing destinations.
You'll find plenty of unique attractions around The Seelbach Hilton ... from the rolling hills and horse farms of the Kentucky countryside ... to the arts and culture of Louisville ... to scenic Ohio River riverboats. Share in the casual festivities and enjoy Southern hospitality at Kentucky's exciting events. Green horse pastures and local arts and music make Kentucky a lovely place to visit year-round.
In and Around Town
Actors Theatre of Louisville
Host to the annual Humana Festival of New American Plays, hailed as “the most important event in American theatre.”
America’s most historic racetrack and one of the most hallowed grounds in thoroughbred racing.
Fourth Street Live!
Buzzing entertainment district just a few blocks from almost everything you want to see and do in downtown Louisville
Frazier History Museum
World-class museum provides an unforgettable journey through history with ever-changing and interactive exhibits.
Kentucky Derby Museum
Visitors can experience the history and pageantry of the Kentucky Derby year-round
Kentucky Science Center
It features over 40,000 square-feet of hands-on exhibits and a four-story digital theater
KFC Yum! Center
State-of-the-art arena in downtown Louisville. The hub of some of the biggest events in the city.
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
See the making and history of the legendary Louisville Slugger baseball bat
Over 1,700 exotic animals in naturalistic settings representing both geographical areas and habitats.
Muhammad Ali Center
Museum that celebrates the life and legacy of the world-class boxer and global humanitarian.
Old Louisville Tours
Old Louisville is home to the largest collection of Victorian homes in the country
85 acres of green in the middle of downtown and grand views of the Ohio River