Response to What’s The Most Underrated City In The U.S.?:
Louisville, KY- One of the least southern cities in the south. It’s a huge small town, and the largest city in Kentucky. Its known for being a “foodie” town and thrives on homegrown markets. With parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted
, the man who designed Central Park, Louisville doesn’t fit into the Kentucky stereotype. The “hipster” city of Kentucky is beautiful in so many different ways with such a variety of things to do. Kaelin’s Restaurant in Louisville is said to be the home to the cheeseburger and the Happy Birthday song was written by the Hill Sisters in Louisville. Home to the largest Victorian neighborhood in America, and Thunder Over Louisville is the world’s largest firework’s display. Louisville also hosts the Kentucky Derby, a horse race that is famous internationally. Thomas Edison first introduced the lightbulb to the public in Louisville in 1883. And one of my favorite facts about Louisville is that we produce 90% of the United States disco balls. Those are all reasons I think that people should know about Louisville and why I believe we are underrated.
You forgot Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) in Ed Sheeran’s Lego House.