401 South 2nd St. , Louisville, KY, US, 40202
- Phone: (502) 583-2841
- Fax: (502) 583-2629
The Louisville Male Traditional High School is an old school that started in the mid-nineteenth century and has come a long way since then. It is known for it's exceptional students-faculty ratio, and is now a co-educational school although it started as a boys-only school. It is a public secondary school and is well known for its academic results as well as the extra-curricular achievements. They have a graduate diploma in commonwealth studies and also excel in their foreign languages. They also have a number of clubs like an active art club, and are also associated with the YMCA. The students also have a very strong and active alumni. Do contact for details.
Size does matter and especially so at the Kentucky International Convention Center, that spreads across 300,000 square feet. The type of events held here vary from trade fairs to meetings and others. Besides a ball room that provides for an expanse of unending space there 52 meeting rooms covering the whole area and a conference theater besides other facilities . For your caffeine cravings there is a Star bucks on the premises and a lunch joint. Catering facilities are also available at the convention center. Call ahead for more details.
Visit Louisville and experience a burst of cultural treasure as you go about hunting for artsy haunts. Studded with a passel of sport and art museums, art gallery, quaint stores, exhibits among other things. Nature lovers can commune with mother nature as they follow the nature trails or lounge around one of the city's 122 parks! Play a round of basketball, attend a music concert, take a tour on the Belle of Louisville or be there for a cultural event or festivity and let the city enchant you with its dynamic shades.
The Mayor Andrew Broaddus is a lifesaving station in Louisville that was named in honor of Andrew Broaddus, a former mayor of the city. Rescue crews were posted at this station to protect visitors from the rapids of the Ohio River. Launched in 1929, it was one of the first three to be featured on western waters.
Built way back in 1853 and named after the erstwhile bishop Martin John Spalding, The St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church is easily one of the oldest in the area. As the years passed, the church got subsequent additions like the organ and the Stations of the Cross from Germany, the stained glass windows and the skeletal relics. Check the website for a list of upcoming events and mass schedules.
Northwest of downtown Louisville is sited the historically significant district of Portland. It is precisely located at the bend of the celebrated Ohio River, in close proximity under the Falls. The earlier period of its origin ensured the site to stands as one among the six major settlements near the Falls. The district is a fine sight for tourists and contains a range of historical sites. The Squire Earick House is touted to be the oldest wood frame structure in the whole of Louisville is particularly a great destination for visitors. The Montgomery Street School, River Walk, the Valley Station are some other prominent tourist attractions.