Located on the campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Legacy Hotel puts the vast resources of the campus at your fingertips. From shopping and dining to learning and recreation, our unique location will provide you with a truly enriching experience.
DINING HALL The Dining Hall at Southern Seminary serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Friday. With options including a soup and salad bar, hot entrées, and a grill station, our cafeteria can please any palate. A spacious open seating area welcomes both individuals and large groups. Hours vary seasonally.
FOUNDERS’ CAFÉ Founders’ Café, located in the Honeycutt Campus Center, serves pastries, bagels, smoothies, sandwiches, personal-size pizzas, local Sunergos Coffee, and lighter fare. Present your Legacy room key for a special discount.
THE BOOKSTORE AT SOUTHERN SEMINARY Our campus bookstore is located in the Honeycutt Campus Center, containing a wide variety of academic and devotional books, bibles, music, and church resources. Be sure to check out titles from our numerous faculty authors, and present your Legacy room key for a special discount.
FIFTH & BROADWAY Fifth & Broadway, also located in the Honeycutt Campus Center, is Southern Seminary’s on-campus convenience store, post office, and print center. Named after the school’s first Louisville campus, Fifth & Broadway carries a broad selection of items including office supplies, snacks, and seminary gifts and logo apparel. Hours vary seasonally.
HEALTH AND RECREATION CENTER
As a Legacy guest, you are welcome to complimentary use of Southern Seminary’s Health and Recreation Center, located in the Honeycutt Campus Center. Featuring billiard and Ping-Pong tables, Olympic-sized pool, indoor walking track, basketball court, racquetball courts, locker room facilities, and a wonderfully equipped gym, the Health and Recreation Center will certainly make your stay invigorating. Contact your event coordinator for group rates and usage information.
JAMES P. BOYCE CENTENNIAL LIBRARY
Boasting one of the largest collections of theological works in the world, the seminary library also contains numerous artifacts of the school’s history, the personal bible of 19th Century English preacher C.H. Spurgeon, and a museum of ancient antiquities, including an Egyptian mummy. Providing extensive space to study and up-to-date technology, the library is a second-to-none resource.