Louisville "Hometown Tourist" discount events May 8-31, 2017

By Syndi Chesser-Meade

Monday, May 8, 2017

From #LouisvilleConvention&VisitorsBureau today...


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The month-long extravaganza runs May 8-31, 2017 and celebrates the city’s eclectic, friendly, hip and historic neighborhoods, where more than 90 of the area’s top attractions, hotels, restaurants and shops are offering deep discounts to anyone with a Kentucky or Indiana ID, local college ID or military ID.

So, come be a tourist in your hometown this May and have some fun eating, playing and staying in the ‘hoods that are right in your own backyard.

In an effort to champion the power of travel and educate the local community about all there is to experience in their own city, Louisville’s Hometown Tourist Celebration is held annually in conjunction with National Travel & Tourism Week.

Be sure and join us on Tuesday, May 9 when we kick off the festivities during the Hometown Tourist Celebration press conference and Attraction Showcase starting at 11 a.m. at 4th Street Live! A party will be in full swing with food sampling, discounts, deals and more fun.

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Be sure and stop by the Louisville Visitor Center (4th & Jefferson streets) on Tuesday, May 9 and Thursdays, May 11, 18 and 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be discounts on a variety of Louisville souvenirs. Also, entertainment, food and refreshments

From Syndi Chesser:

It's easy to take for granted the many wonderful sites we have right here in our own "backyard." Here's an invitation to explore right here at a home...and at a discount too!      

Here's the cut/paste link for more info on the many discounts for us locals for the next 3 weeks...


Happy exploring, everyone!  

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