Guests receive top view and value with Thunder in the Conservatory Ticket | Events
From Ashley Brauer
LOUISVILLE, KY - Galt House Hotel is offering a great deal for Thunder Over Louisville fans. Fans get top value with the Thunder in the Conservatory package.
The package includes parking, dinner, a wristband for access in and out of the Galt House Hotel, and access to the facilities. Dinner includes pulled BBQ pork, burgers, chicken breasts, and brats, sides and desserts, with a choice of coffee, tea and soft drinks. A cash bar is available. The combination of the “weather-proof” view at Fourth Street and River Road, parking and a buffet provides more bang for your buck than many other options along the Waterfront. Tickets for the
April 20th event are $125 per person (ages 21+).
The Conservatory at Galt House Hotel, connects the RIVUE Tower with the SUITE Tower and spans Fourth Street. It is an impressive glass-domed structure that will allow fantastic views of both the Air Show and the Fireworks, regardless of the weather that day. In fact, the Thunder Over Louisville Command Center is in the Galt House Hotel.
The private seating area is open from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.; the buffet is available from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. For tickets to this exclusive viewing opportunity, call 502-568-4216 or click here.
There are also a limited number of guest rooms available for Thunder Over Louisville weekend. Galt House Hotel is offering a “Friday Night Penny Night” special with a Saturday night reservation. Room packages include six wristbands and one parking pass. For reservations, call 502-589-5200,
800-843-4258 or visit galthouse.com.
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