Louisville Historical Museum
The Louisville Historical Museum is held within four historic buildings built in the early 1900s. The main building, located in the old Jacoe store, offers a glimpse into Louisville’s past with exhibits that contain historical photographs, documents and artifacts including coal mining equipment. The Tomeo House is outfitted in furnishings from the era of the Louisville coal miners.
Historic Downtown Shopping and Dining
The heart of Louisville, the historic downtown houses over 100 businesses and is known for great shopping, fabulous food and a variety of professional services. The downtown area also hosts a thriving art and music community.
Louisville Street Faire
Hosted in downtown, the Louisville Street Faire is held each Friday night throughout the summer. Enjoy long summer evenings with excellent food, live music, shopping and family-friendly activities.
Louisville’s Fall Festival is held on Labor Day weekend each year. The festival features a Labor Day parade, car show, dog show, pie contest as well as great food and a variety of local vendors. In addition, the festival hosts the coal Creek Crossing 5K, 10 Mile and Kids Fun Run.
Step back in time by visiting Louisville’s old-fashioned outdoor skating rink featuring traditional holiday music, skate rentals and concessions. WinterSkate is open during the winter season in Louisville’s Historic Downtown at the Steinbaugh Pavilion. Horse-drawn carriage rides are also available throughout the season.
Louisville Recreational Center
The Louisville Recreational Center offers an array of fitness activities for all ages as well as meeting rooms that are available for rental. The Rec Center features a large indoor pool complete with a diving well, water slide and children’s adventure park. Weight rooms, racquetball courts and a fitness studio are just a few of the many highlights. In addition to the facilities, the Louisville Recreational Center offers sports and other activities for children, adults and seniors.
Coal Creek Golf Course
Known for its panoramic views of the Rocky Mountain Front Range, Louisville’s Coal Creek Golf Course challenges golfers with a variety of water obstacles and elevation changes. The 18-hole course offers four sets of tees for different skill levels.
Louisville Farmers Market
Held in historic downtown every Saturday in the summer, the Louisville Farmer’s Market features many local farms as well as a handful of other local vendors. Patrons enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables as well as coffee, wine, salsa, tamales, baked goods and more.