Louisville, Kentucky's largest city, is situated on the Ohio River along the Indiana border. Every May, its race course Churchill Downs hosts the Kentucky Derby, a renowned horse race whose long history is explored at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Baseball is celebrated at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, where Major League bats are produced and a giant baseball "slugger" marks the entrance. Louisville was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark and is named after King Louis XVI of France. As of 2014, the mepropolitan area of Louisville had a population of 1,169,701. Additionally, Louisville is a major center of the American whiskey industry, with about one-third of all bourbon coming from Louisville Similar to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail that links these central Kentucky locations, Louisville offers tourists its own "Urban Bourbon Trail", where people can stop at nearly 10 "area bars and restaurants, all offering at least 50 labels of America's only native spirit." Louisville is home to many annual cultural events. Louisville has blossomed as a booming center for independent art, music and business. The West Main District in downtown Louisville features what is locally known as "Museum Row".