90 Days of Louisville Summer


It is the perfect time to go exploring and try new summer activities. Louisville and the surrounding area had lots of really cool things to do.

90 days of summer

We have search high and low and come up with 90 great activities to do in the Louisville area. To make it a little more fun you can print off our list and check off as you explore. Post your fun on Instagram and tag @loufamfun or #LouFamFun so we can see the fun you are having.

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Check out our of list of 90 day of summer activities and plan your summer of fun. Can you check them all off?


  1. Roar at the lions in The Louisville Zoo
  2. Do an experiment at the Kentucky Science Center
  3. Catch a showing of Shakespeare in the Park
  4. Scream all day at Kentucky Kingdom
  5. Play a game of tennis at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
  6. Cool off at The Parklands Splash grounds 
  7. Walk across the Big 4 Bridge
  8. Take in some tunes at Waterfront Wednesday
  9. Cheer for the hometown team at a Louisville Bats Game
  10. Ride a bike in the park (any park….just do it)
  11. Catch a free summer movie
  12. Hunt for fossils at the Falls of the Ohio
  13. Visit the Rauch Planetarium to see a laser show
  14. Go fishing on free fishing day
  15. Gain inspiration at the Muhammad Ali Center
  16. Enjoy a Kona Ice or other cool local treat
  17. Join us at Family Fun day at Creasey Mahan
  18. Take a day trip to tour the state capital
  19. Head to the beach at Deam Lake
  20. Take dip in the pool at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
  21. Have lunch at The Table Cafe
  22. Catch a basketball game at The Dirt Bowl
  23. Learn some history at the Portland Museum
  24. Catch movie at LFPL
  25. Take in a Louisville City FC Game
  26. Cool off indoors with Glow Golf at Lazer Blaze
  27. Visit the Vintage Fire Museum
  28. Enjoy the outdoor playground at the Vintage Fire Museum
  29. Take a walk on the Anchorage Trail
  30. Half Price Happy Hour painting at Whet Your Palette
  31. Take a tour of Bluebonnets Alpaca Farm
  32. See some bison and take a farm tour at the Woodland Farm
  33. One of our favorite summer activities is visiting a Farmers Market
  34. Take in a summer concert at Fox Hollow Farm
  35. Get some peaches and play (pictured here) at Mulberry Orchard
  36. Go for a scenic train ride at the Kentucky Railway Museum and meet Thomas
  37. Watch a sailboat race
  38. A day trip to Fort Knox
  39. Get a frozen treats at Panchitos
  40. Splash at Riverview Park
  41. 4th of July at Farnsley Moremen Landing
  42. Picnic in the park
  43. Find out what it is like to race a horse at the Kentucky Derby Museum
  44. Zip line at Jefferson Memorial Forest
  45. Compete at the MegaQuest at Mega Cavern
  46. Win all the tickets Main Event
  47. Play a round of golf at Seneca Park Golf Course
  48. Race a Go Kart at Bluegrass Indoor Karting
  49. Paint your own pottery at Louisville Stoneware
  50. Catch Lighting bugs at Robsion Park
  51. Go on the historic walk through the Crescent Hill Reservoir
  52. Look up at the night sky
  53. Fly a kite at Long Run Park
  54. Volunteer to help your favorite charity
  55. Go to a drive in movie
  56. Grab a Popsicle at Steel City Pops
  57. Take a mural scavenger hunt
  58. Berry Picking at Gallrein Farms 
  59. Apple Picking at Huber’s Orchard 
  60. Find the waterfalls at Cove Springs Park
  61. Roller Skating at Champs Rollerdrome
  62. Find your favorite bowling alley 
  63. Cool off at Iceland Sports Complex
  64. Test your skills at Putt-Putt Fun Center
  65. Cheer on the ponies at Family Adventure Day at Churchill Downs
  66. Take a day trip to Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill
  67. Pitch a tent at Otter Creek Park 
  68. Horseback Riding at Red Fern Riding Center
  69. Canoeing/Kayaking on the Elkhorn River
  70. Check out the archery range at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
  71. See how you measure up the Giants at Bernheim
  72. Go on a treasure hunt using geocaching
  73. Explore new areas of with Louisville Quest
  74. A little something different for summer activities…..Wander around Cave Hill Cemetery
  75. Take a riverboat ride on the Belle of Louisville
  76. What’s this? Go take a Tuk Tuk tour
  77. Create art and take some in at The Speed Art Museum
  78. See some of Thomas Edison’s inventions at the Edison House
  79. Watch a sword fight at The Frazier History Museum
  80. Visit the place where Muhammad Ali grew up
  81. Hike up to the overlook at Iroquois Park
  82. Learn some braille at the American Printing House for the Blind
  83. See the dragonfly gardens & new play area at the Louisville Nature Center
  84. Visit the Filson Museum and find out about some Kentucky history
  85. Venture to the Carnegie Center hear about the the women and men of the Underground Railroad
  86. Play half priced games on a Wednesday at Dave & Buster’s 
  87. Visit Plehn’s Bakery and have a Yum Yum at their old-fashioned counter
  88. Rent bikes at Widow’s Walk and ride along the river, then have ice cream!
  89. Pick a pool and go for a dip
  90. How about a day trip to General Butler State Park?


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