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Visiting Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

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Spread across an area of 16000 square feet and located in the heart of Louisville, this museum is dedicated to the slugger bats. The Slugger bats are bats which are used in all of the major baseball leagues. This museum and the factory are open to the public to see how the world's number one baseball bats are made. It also shows the history of the brand slugger bats. It also has a lot of other interactive and otherwise helpful information about baseball and its evolution over the years.

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Visit the famous factory where the bats used in big Baseball games are made

Visit the famous factory where the bats used in big Baseball games are made

Factory Tour

Factory Tour

The Slugger factory tour is a peek into how the famous baseball bats are made. Since its inception in 1884, the bats have been produced with the same pride, and visitors get to see this process in this tour. The tour is along the very heart of the production line of the factory. This tour is a chance to see the history in the making and a chance that no one should give up.

Big Bat and Big Glove

Big Bat and Big Glove

The big bat and big glove are the prime attractions at this factory and museum. The big bat is the biggest baseball bat in the world. The bat is made of steel and weighs as much as 68000 pounds and towers as high as 120 feet in the air. This bat is said to be the replica of Babe Ruthís 34î bat. The big glove is also known as the Play Ball. This big glove is carved out of 450 million-year-old Kentucky limestone and weighs as much as 17 ton. People even sit in this glove and take pictures.

Great Wall

Great Wall

The great wall is also known as the Signature wall. This wall, on the premises, has the signatures of all the players contracted by the Slugger brand. This wall has hundreds of autographs. These autographs are the same ones who were burned into the bats of the players. This wall also has a hall of fame.

Batter Up

Batter Up

The batter up area is the interactive area of the museum. This place has two interactive exhibits which are Budís batting cage and Batter up. The first one allows you to use the replicas of original bats whereas the second one is a virtual reality game.

Hold a Bat

Hold a Bat

This exhibit allows you to use one of the real bats used by legends like Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, David Ortiz, Derek Jeter and many more. This museum is quite literally a hit that they now have at least one bat each from every major league team. This experience is thrilling for all fans, and a must try.

Must-see Bats

Must-see Bats

The must-see bats is a museum which has bats of all famous players on display, and some of them have even broken and set unbelievable records. The bats on display include Babe Ruthís notched bat, Joe DiMaggioís 56 game hit streak bat and Hank Aaronís 700th home run bat. These exemplary pieces of history are all on display at this museum.

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

The tickets are available at the entrance of the museum as well as on the website. The solid ticketing counters tend to have long queues, and thus it is preferable to buy the tickets online.

How To Get Around?

The museum can be reached by taxi as well as by public transport.

What Should I Wear?

Casual and comfortable clothes are the way to go. Avoid anything fancy, and you should be good.

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Facts

Best Time to Visit

The museum is open on all days and there is no particular best time to visit.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, a guide is not required. A tour of the factory is available on site which is organized by the brand itself.

How To Get There?

Louisville is well connected by road as well by air. There are plenty of buses plying from other cities and the airport has flights to other major cities at regular intervals as well.

Additional Info

Carry a bottle of essentials and donít forget the camera.

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