How much does the Louisville Slugger Museum cost?
2017 Admission $14 Adults (13-59) $13 Seniors (60+) $8 Kids (6-12) Kids 5 and younger are free. Admission includes FREE Souvenir Mini Bat after the factory tour – A $7 Value! Group rates are available for 20 or more with advance reservations.
Do you get a free bat at the Louisville Slugger Museum?
At the end of the tour, you’ll get a free souvenir mini-bat in a newly revamped gallery that showcases quotes about Louisville Slugger from superstars like Babe Ruth, Roberto Clemente and Cool Papa Bell. Get ready to smell the wood, see the wood chips fly, and learn about the history of an American icon.
What baseball museum is in Kentucky?
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is home of the World’s Biggest Baseball Bat and offers engaging and interesting exhibits along with an award-winning bat factory tour. Guests visiting the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory receive a souvenir mini-bat.
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How long does it take to tour the Louisville Slugger museum?
Factory tours last approximately 30 minutes. Guests will see bats being made on every tour, every day. Allow 2 hours to enjoy the entire museum and factory experience. Everyone receives a miniature souvenir bat at the end of the tour!
Are masks required at the Louisville Slugger Museum?
Masks are encouraged, but not required for guests. Admission includes FREE Souvenir Mini Bat after the factory tour — a $7 value! Group rates are available with advance reservations.
How many bats does Louisville Slugger make a year?
How many Louisville Slugger bats are made each year? Approximately 1.8 million, of all sizes. About 3,000 full sized bats are made per day at the factory in Louisville. During our peak production time around Spring Training, the factory makes about 5,000 bats per day.
Where is there a giant replica of Babe Ruth’s bat?
A giant replica of Babe Ruth’s baseball bat! The exact-scale copy of the Bambino’s 34-inch Louisville slugger stands outside the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Louisville, Kentucky.
Where is the baseball Hall of Fame Museum?
Since opening its doors more than 80 years ago, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has been dedicated to preserving history, honoring excellence and connecting generations. Located on Main Street in the historic Village of Cooperstown, the Museum brings the history of our National Pastime to life.
Who is Louisville Slugger owned by?
Wilson Sporting Goods
In 2015, Wilson Sporting Goods bought the Louisville Slugger brand from H&B, which still owns Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and the production facility. Exclusively for Wilson now, H&B continues to produce Louisville Slugger bats in Louisville, Kentucky, where the Hillerich family first arrived in 1856.
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When to book tour of Louisville Slugger Museum?
We recommend booking Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 2 Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory tours on Tripadvisor
What to see at the Louisville Slugger factory?
Our world-famous tour now begins with a thrilling movie that transports you to the forests and mills where every Louisville Slugger bat begins. After that, walk through the heart of our factory production line and check out never-before-seen steps in the bat-making process including the creation of our fan favorite mini-bats.
Where do they make the Louisville Slugger bats?
Batter up! It takes a special place to craft the #1 Bat in Major League Baseball. At Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, experience history-in-the-making as you stroll through the actual factory where world-famous Louisville Slugger bats are created.
When is Roberto Clemente sculpture at Louisville Slugger Museum?
A limited number of ticket packages are available for this memorable and meaningful event. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory added another superstar to its roster on Aug. 18 when it unveiled a lifelike sculpture of Major League Baseball Hall of Famer and global humanitarian, Roberto Clemente.