Legacy Hotel




Legacy Hotel and Southern Seminary are conveniently located in the historic, beautiful, and culture-rich city of Louisville. With a vast park system, world-class sports and entertainment venues, an impressive array of museums and galleries, and nationally-recognized restaurants, Louisville itself will provide you with adventures you will never forget.



Louisville features a vast array of eclectic cuisine, with a vast array of restaurants that have lead to us being ranked one of the country’s top “foodie” cities by national publications. Some highlights close to our campus include:

· Coals Artisan Pizza

· Mussel and Burger Bar

· Blue Dog Bakery

· North End Cafe

· Momma’s Mustard, Pickles, and BBQ

· Taco Luchador

· Joella’s Hot Chicken



· Quills

· Sunergos

· Heine Brothers

· Vint


Performing Arts

Along with a vibrant independent music scene, Louisville boasts an impressive array of theatre companies (including the country’s oldest free Shakespeare festival), as well as world-class orchestra, opera, and ballet, including:

· Actors Theatre of Louisville

· Kentucky Shakespeare Festival

· The Louisville Orchestra

· Louisville Ballet

· Kentucky Opera



From the historic to the artistic, and much in-between, there is a world of wonder and learning to be found in Louisville. Some highlights include:

· Frazier History Museum

· Louisville Slugger Museum

· Kentucky Science Center

· Muhammad Ali Center

· Speed Art Museum



Louisville is packed with numerous opportunities for excitement at our various sports teams and venues.

· Louisville Slugger Field plays host to the Louisville Bats, our local minor league team. Come grab a hotdog and enjoy a fun family outing at the park.

· The University of Louisville has numerous sports teams, and one can regularly enjoy their efforts in baseball, basketball, football, and more.


Outdoor Activities

PARKS | Louisville has a vast and beautiful park system called Olmstead Park System designed by the firm of Frederic Law Olmstead, who designed New York’s Central Park. Enjoy the rolling hills, vast lawns, and endless trails of nearby Cherokee Park or explore one of the many other parks in the city.

LOUISVILLE ZOO | The Louisville Zoo, opened in 1969, currently exhibits more than 1,500 animals across 134 acres of engaging natural settings.

BIG FOUR BRIDGE | The Big Four® Bridge links Louisville Waterfront Park to Jeffersonville, Indiana over the Ohio River. The bridge opened to the public in February 2013, and it averages more than 1.5 million visits per year.