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    What a great place! The tour is $12 for adults and takes about a half hour. During my trip, we got to see bats being made for Chris Davis. The tour consists of tour guide and then video at each stop (videos say exactly what the tour guide says). At the end of the tour, you get your own mini bat! The tour was well worth the price and the museum itself was small but great. There is also batting cages where you can use the same bats that the majors used! 10 balls for $1. That price is great, just beware, kids get a little selfish when taking turns at the cages.

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    Giant bat and walk of fame outside. Good tour of an actual working bat factory. The guides seem very glad to share their knowledge. You get to see some of the old hand-turned methods, as well as the latest modern carving. The exhibits have some interest to the baseball history fan. You can purchase an engraved bat (not carry-on legit), as well as other Slugger memorabilia. I liked it even though I am not a baseball fan.

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    This was super fun. The batting cages are only $1 for 10 pitches!!! You could easily spend and hour or two here. The tour was interesting, if not for the free tiny bat though, I dont think worth the $12 price tag.

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    This is a wonderful place, dedicated to America’s Game (No, I don’t mean successful nation building or undisputed global improvement). If you are in Louisville and you have any interest in sports whatsoever, visit this Museum. There are quite a few “free” activities, but the 30 minute guided tour of their factory is tremendous and a “can’t miss” opportunity. We visited a week after the 2013 World Series concluded (Go Sox!), which signifies the Louisville Slugger off-season, but they are so customer-service oriented that a shell staff of workers was employed that day to run a few bats thru the process just so visitors would have something to see. Excellence. Our guide was very good, and his info was interesting and well delivered. I could not resist a cliche question about where they make the corked bats, and he fielded it in stride, “Those are in the basement.” A great place, a gem in the crown of Louisville.

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    I’m visiting from New Orleans and I must say, I’m not a baseball fan but i was impressed! This place actually made me wish I was a baseball fan lol. I had no idea the bats were made there. The tour was awesome.