Starting out as a mining community, the City of Louisville is now home to more than 18,000 people. You can spend a weekend here or make it part of your Colorado vacation. Get on a bus charter in Louisville, Colorado and explore the city today.
Arts & Culture. You can go to the Louisville Center for the Arts and check outs who's performing there. The center has a Friday Night Live Performance Series where you could watch some of the best performers on stage. You can also watch the productions of Coal Creek Theater of Louisville.
The Louisville Cultural Council also puts up some great arts and culture events, most notably the Sunday Chamber Music Series. Further, join the First Friday Art Walk hosted by the Louisville Arts District. The organization also holds several art shows and events.
Dining. There are a lot of dining options that can delight your palate. Get a taste of Asia at Busaba, Hana Japanese Bistro, Tibet's Restaurant & Bar or Taj Mahal. Other top restaurants here are Lulu's BBQ, Parma Trattoria & Mozzarella Bar, Pupusas, 12 Degree Brewing, Zucca Italian Ristorante, and Via Toscana.
Historical Sites. You can ride a bus charter in Louisville, Colorado and check out the sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include the homes of notable residents such as the Petrelli-DelPizzo House, Rhoades House, Robinson House, Stolmes House, Thomas House, LaSalla House, and Ginacci House. Then you have other historical structures such as the Denver Elevator - Grain Elevator, National Fuel Company Store, Jacoe Store, Lackner's Tavern, and Tego Brothers Drugstore - State National Bank of Louisville.
Aside from these, you also have the local landmarks that the city preserves, including the Porta House, Butcher Jones House, and Rex Theater, among others.
The Outdoors. Start your outdoor adventure with a round of golf at Coal Creek Golf Course, where you get 18 holes covering almost 7,000 yards of space. Then you can go ice skating right in the center of downtown Louisville.
Then you have a choice of the city's parks. Annette Brand Park has picnic facilities, volleyball and basketball courts, a playground, and a playfield. You can play tennis at Centennial Park and Pirates Park. Then you can go to Cottonwood Park, where you have picnic facilities, a basketball court, biking and hiking trails, while Heritage Park has basically the same amenities. Memory Square has horseshoe pits, bocce and volleyball courts, children's playground, and a swimming pool.
Harper Lake has a nature area, boating and fishing areas and a biking or hiking trail. You can play ball and other sports at Lawrence Enrietto Fields or at the Louisville Sports Complex. Other parks here are: Carnival Park, Cleo Mudrock Park, Community Park, Dutch Creek Park, Hammer Run Park,Keith Helart Park, Lake Park, McKinley Park, Meadows Park, Pine Street Park, and Sagebrush Park. You can also check out the Klubert Warembourg Fishing Pond.