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Moving to Louisville
Louisville is the home of Kentucky Fried Chicken, the Louisville Cardinals collegiate sports teams, and the UPS worldwide air hub at the Louisville International Airport. The city is also home to the University of Louisville and several private institutions, such as Spalding University (Catholic), Boyce University (Baptist), and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
One of the most important decisions to make when you relocate to Louisville is which neighborhood you'll live in. For a suburban lifestyle, check out Norton Commons, Polo Fields, Springhurst, Lake Forest, Woods of St. Thomas, Locust Creek, and other communities in eastern Louisville. The Highlands neighborhood, meanwhile, houses middle-class or well-off populations in a more urban setting.
Crescent Hill is an urban neighborhood near the Presbyterian and Southern Baptist seminaries near downtown Louisville. If you want to be a little closer to downtown, consider Clifton or Butchertown. Both are artsy, diverse communities with distinctive shotgun houses. Germantown, southeast of downtown, offers affordable housing in a neighborhood settled by German immigrants and ironically filled with both Catholic churches and bars.
Things to Do and See in Louisville
For one of the most quintessential Louisville experiences, take a tour of Churchill Downs. Each year, this racetrack hosts the Kentucky Derby. This famous horse race is the first leg of the Triple Crown and is held the first Saturday of May. Even if you don't care about the derby itself, keep in mind that the race caps off the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival, which offers plenty of exciting events and activities for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Of course, Louisville has plenty to offer besides the Kentucky Derby. For a day of kid-friendly fun, head to the Louisville Zoo or Kentucky Kingdom, a local amusement park. The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory is a must-visit for baseball fans, while boxing fans will enjoy the Muhammad Ali Center. The Louisville Mega Cavern is a unique attraction that offers zip lining, historic tram tours, an aerial ropes course, a bike park, and electric bikes tours — all underground in a man-made cavern.
Whether you're relocating to Louisville for school, work, or some other reason entirely, PODS has the moving solutions and storage options you need. Choose the container size that’s right for your project, or mix and match multiple sizes for moving and storage solutions that fit your needs.