Can you feel the love tonight?
Disney's the Lion King is on all day Tuesday at the Whitney Hall in Kentucky Center. Bring your kids and experience the phenomenon of Simba's journey through shame, despair, love and recognition.
Derived from the movie, "The Lion King", which was released on June 1994 and was the highest grossing release for 1994. The original movie was followed by a 3-D re-release in 2011, with earnings of over $987 Million US Dollars worldwide, as of 2011.
THE CITY OF PROSPECT
The City of Prospect is a 3rd class city in Louisville, KY. It forms part of the Louisville Metro Government and lies partially in Oldham County. The city's Motto is: "Imagine it, Live it!". The City of Prospect is one of the wealthiest communities in Kentucky.
The most well known of Prospect's Parks is Cowley Park. It is the focal point of most of the City's Celebrations. Cowley Park features a traditional Gazebo which can be rentedreserved and used after obtaining a free park usage permit from the City Hall.
Harrods Creek Park is a tucked away part in the City of Prospect. Located deep within the Hunting Creek Subdivision, it is one of Prospect's hidden treasures. The park offers treks for easy to moderate hiking and a taste of the City's diverse wildlife and varied eco-system.
Valentines in Louisville, Kentucky - Experience Valentine Romance in a city bustling with Southern Charm and Comfort. Enjoy "Louisville's Best" this Love Month! ... and because "The best things in Life are Free", here are 5 of the countless memorable ways to spend this "Day of Hearts" in Louisville, Kentucky.
#1 - Dinner at one of Louisville's most romantic restaurants never goes wrong on Valentine's.
#2 - Hike to the Top of the Iroquois Park Hill for a great view of both the city and the stars at night and in the day, take in a breath-taking view of the entire city of Louisville, Kentucky
#3 - Take a ride on a Hot Air Balloon and have a romantic date "in the air".
#4 - Have a perfect bed and breakfast romance on a mini-vacation for you and your loved one.
#5 - Take a night cruise on the Louisville Belle, hide out on the deck, enjoy some quiet conversation and a romantic night time view of the Ohio River and the Louisville skyline.
Be a part of Louisville's year round Valentine Romance... Take a look at Louisville's Neighborhoods and re-discover "Love in the Air".
It is no secret to those of us who live here that our city has a lot to offer, and the 2014 media outlets across the country helped spread that enthusiasm. Recently Louisville landed on Travel and Leisure's "Best Places to Travel in 2015" and Fodor's "GO List" for 2015.
In the Food category:
- Thrillist ranked Louisville No. 16 on "40 Biggest Cities, Ranked by Food" and NuLu No. 13 on the "18 Best Food Neighborhoods in America."
- Louisville was named one of the seven most underrated food cities by Thrillist.
In the places to “Play” category:
- Huffington Post said Bourbon and Horse Country in Kentucky is one of 10 Iconic Things You Can Only do in America.
- Louisville was named a Top Guy's Getaway Weekend by Conde Nast Traveler.
- Forbes Magazine included Louisville in a roundup of Five Picture-Perfect Vacations for photographers.
- Louisville was named a Best American City for Fall Travel by Travel & Leisure Magazine.
- Louisville was named one of the "Most Underrated Cities for LGBT Travel" by Conde Nast Traveler.
- Louisville was ranked 6th in USA Today's list of the "10 Best American Riverfronts."
- Kentucky Derby Festival was named in the Top 10 Southern Cultural Festivals by 10Best/USA Today.
- Louisville's Jack O' Lantern Spectacular was named one of the Top 15 Halloween Celebrations in America by Country Living Magazine.
In the category of "reasons to visit" and "reasons to stay":
- Forbes said Louisville is one of "5 Surprising People, Places and Things to Watch in 2015."
- The Brown Hotel and 21c Museum Hotel were named to the "Travel and Leisure 500 World's Best Hotels."
- 21c Louisville was named one of the world's top hotels by Conde Nast Traveler.
- Louisville was...