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The Muhammad Ali Center is a great place for life-long learning, and the hope is that each opportunity to participate in the programming at the Center is a step toward developing a greater sense of self, a greater sense of others, and a greater sense of purpose.Programs
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A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three levels of award-winning exhibits and galleries invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life, as well as to reflect upon one’s own individual values, inner strength, character, and what makes you the greatest person you can be.Exhibits
Located on the top level of the Muhammad Ali Center, View Pointe Hall is a private, stunning space that creates a superb environment for any…
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery is located on the second level, just down the hall from the Main Lobby and adjacent to the Auditorium. The unique…
Located on the Center’s second level, the Auditorium is situated adjacent to the LeRoy Neiman Gallery. The room’s multi-purpose design allows for stadium-style theatre seating, which…
24 Mar, 18Upcoming
2018 Shining a Light International Photo ExhibitOpening at the Muhammad Ali Center on March 8th, International Women’s Day. Shining a Light: Experiences of Refugee WomenInformed by the…30 Mar, 18Upcoming
Stories of Ali: Ali and the Nation, the first of a series of programs, will have two differing approaches and understandings of the Nation of…16 Apr, 18Upcoming
Monday, April 16 from 5-7 p.m.Free admissionIn partnership with Families for the Effective Treatment of Autism or FEAT, the Kentucky Derby Museum, the Frazier History…
In the news
- 22 Mar
Top Louisville attractions partner to create a welcoming environment for individuals with autism and their familiesRead more
Families invited to enjoy free admission evenings in April LOUISVILLE, Ky. (March 22, 2017) – Four of Louisville’s top attractions, with support from the Louisville
- 15 MarRead more
Part of the Center’s Oral History Project Inaugural program “Ali and the Nation” on March 30th LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 15, 2018) — “Stories of Ali,”
- 01 MarRead more
Annual photography exhibit focuses on experiences of refugee women LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 1, 2018) — The Muhammad Ali Center’s fifth annual international photography contest and
- 26 FebRead more
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (February 26, 2018) — The Muhammad Ali Center will be closed to visitors until Tuesday, March 6th, due to the Ohio River’s historic
What our visitors are saying about their experience
Joe Maldonado, Milwaukee, WI
This museum was amazing. Your life’s deeds have reminded me to be a servant to all mankind and humble myself in the face of a Higher Power. Thank you for this monument.
Mary Beth and Walter, Louisville, KY
World class! And very educational. Can’t wait to visit again.
Calvin Thomas, Jr., Hephzibah, GA
This is a wonderful place celebrating a wonderful man. I shall bring my grandchildren.
Sam & Lisa Seede, London, Ontario, Canada
My hero! Drove here only for this.
Don Palmer, Topeka, KS
More emotional for me than the Vietnam Wall. He has been my hero for over 40 years. Bless him!
G. Farrow, England
This was an incredible, emotional journey for this guy from England. You ARE the greatest- today proved it.
Tracie Thomas, Cincinnati, OH
The Center is amazing, educational, uplifting, and motivating. God Bless.
The Mohamad Ali’s, Tanzania
The museum was amazing. The technology was really astounding and it was worth it to come from Tanzania… just for you! We, too, are Mohamad Ali’s.