Staff PIcks

The Louisville Palace

July 03, 2018

Just a three-minute stroll from our hotel, the Louisville Palace is one of the most impressive architectural and cultural landmarks of our great city. Founded in 1928 as a cinema, the Louisville Palace (originally known as the Loew’s and United Artists State Theatre) was designed by renowned movie palace architect John Eberson. With its Spanish baroque interior and two-story-high ceiling painted with the image of the night sky, audiences were, and still are, awe-struck by the opulence of the design. Today, the Louisville Palace regularly showcases touring Broadway productions, classic films, and performances by nationally and internationally-acclaimed musicians and other performing artists. Whatever time of year you may choose to visit, the Louisville Palace is certain to have something impressive on its stage. And remember, after your evening at the theatre, you’re just a block away from the comfort of your room at the Brown Hotel.

Address: 625 S. 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202