Muhammad Ali Center

Description

Muhammad Ali (aka Cassius Marcellus Clay), one of the world’s greatest heavyweight boxers and a true humanitarian, was born in Louisville on January 17, 1942. The interactive exhibits, films, and memorabilia at this downtown museum not only document his life and career, but also his philosophy.

Six immersive pavilions are named for and contain displays that illustrate Ali’s core values: Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Respect, Giving, and Spirituality. In the Train with Ali exhibit, you can punch a speed bag or shadow box in a room that re-creates the champ's Deer Lake Training Camp. There’s also a roster of changing exhibits, including those with photography, painting, and other works of art.

Address

144 N. 6th St.
Louisville, Kentucky 40202

Lat/Long

38.25731700, -85.75997200

Open Hours

Tues.--Sat. 9:30--5, Sun. noon--5.
Visit Website
(502) 584-9254

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