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Central Park

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Address: Fourth & Magnolia Avenues, Louisville, KY
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Jog, walk, or just relax on a bench in this picturesque park in the heart...

Jog, walk, or just relax on a bench in this picturesque park in the heart of Historic Old Louisville.

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Mansions

The park itself is nothing special but it's in Old Louisville surrounded by mansions. You can easily drive through and have a pleasant sightseeing.

Reviewed 12 December 2016
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3 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This park was across the street from our B & B Central Park Bed & Breakfast. It's open and a nice jaunt in open space. If you need a brisk walk or run this is the place.

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Thank Leslie B
Florence
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Reviewed 12 December 2016 via mobile

The park itself is nothing special but it's in Old Louisville surrounded by mansions. You can easily drive through and have a pleasant sightseeing.

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Indianapolis, Indiana
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Reviewed 3 October 2016

I don't think I would drive to see this. It is near the mansions. If you are in the area you might drive by, but I certainly would not go out of my way.

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Thank Dewey4321
Wisconsin
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Reviewed 28 August 2016

Walked by the park on our way to St James, then around the perimeter look at all the old homes. It looked nice, the is a police substation actually in the park. On our way back to our B&B Shakespeare in the park had started. If we had realized that sooner we would have planned to go back and see... More 

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Thank julie h
Tucson, Arizona
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

What a beautiful, quiet park! After we enjoyed a educational and interesting tour through The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, just across the street, then headed to Central Park for a little birding and relaxing (most of the week we've walked or walked and bussed to our destinations). As we learned at "Conrad's Castle", the amazing history of this area included the... More 

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Louisville, KY
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Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

Unless you are going to see Shakespeare in the Park there is not much to do there. Sure, it's pleasant enough but stroll down to Saint James and view the old Victorian mansions instead. Cherokee Park is bigger and better if you looking for a larger and more beautiful park. The big plus for Central Park is that it has... More 

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Tulsa
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

This was a great surprise. There were food trucks, gift area, and a free play. We were able to watch West Side Story. The acting was top notch and it was a wonderful way to spend the evening. Just a note-the bathrooms weren't all that great.

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Thank Amy P
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Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Free productions of Shakespeare plays all summer long for over 50 years. Food trucks supply the eats, and there is a bar should you care to partake. Picnic tables nearby, bring your own food or sample the food trucks. Police substation on site. Safe, family friendly, and free! Great event.

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Thank Gary P
Chino Hills, California
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Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

In the summer every night they do free outdoor theatre of different Shakespeare plays. We saw Romeo and Juliet. It was OK, acting a little amateurish, but I love organizations that support and promote the arts so I whole-heartedly endorse going to see the play in the park (plus it is free). Go support Shakespeare in the Park.

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Bellflower, California
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

This park was designed by the same person that did Central Park in New York City. Lots of grass and trees.

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