Water Tower

Arts and Humanities
3:36 pm
Tue January 8, 2013

Water Museum in the Works

The original Water Works on River Road, after the exterior renovation in 2009.
Louisville Water Company

The Louisville Water Company will begin a $2.6 million renovation project this month to restore its original Pumping Station. The white building next to the iconic Water Tower on River Road, now on the National Historic Registry, was built in 1860 to house the city's original water works steam engines that pumped water from the Ohio River.

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Arts and Humanities
5:37 pm
Tue August 21, 2012

Final Water Tower Exhibit Looks to Past and Future

The Louisville Visual Art Association pays tribute to three decades in their historic Water Tower headquarters with its final exhibit in that building. Art Envoy opens Friday with a free reception. The show pairs artists from a foundational exhibit with members of the younger generation of Louisville artists. 

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