10. This building was founded in Louisville in 1858 and is the oldest organization of its kind in the U.S. Hint: Try reading with your hands, not with your eyes.
9. There are over 120 metro parks in Louisville. This one is the oldest, acquired in 1880! Hint: This is the only park (that I could see) that has a geometrical shape in its name.
8. Founded in 1798, a famous Thinker sits in front of the main building. Hint: there's about a 50/50 chance you might be a fan.
7. This person lived in Louisville from 1866 to 1867. Head to the Butchertown area to see his house. Hint: How many light bulbs do you change per month?
6. Erected in 1834, this building is a distinct feature of Louisville's downtown skyline. Hint: Part of this building spins in a circle.
5. This building was built in 1905 during the Andrew Carnegie era. It's a place where you can start your lifelong learning journey. Hint: If you borrow something, be sure to return it.
4. The first race of this kind was held on May 17, 1875 at this historic place in Louisville. Hint: race + May: you should be able to figure this one out!
3. This person explored his way west and stopped in Louisville to settle in the city in 1778. Hint: Have you visited the Belvedere lately?
2. Someone in Louisville is celebrating their 100th birthday this year. Hint: She's a graceful floater.
1. You can jump all you want on this "bed", but your landing won't be soft. Hint: you'll have to drive over water to find this bed.
By guest contributor: Erin
In case you get stuck!
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