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Museums & Associations

Kentucky Derby Museum

Launch your look into Kentucky’s love affair with horses by visiting the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs in Louisville and the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, two of the finest horse museums in the world. While at the Horse Park, check out the American Saddlebred Museum (included in park admission) for its great displays, interactive ride-the-horse for kids and of course the Kentucky Horse Park gift shop. Make the acquaintance of retired thoroughbred champions at Old Friends at Dream Chase Farm in Georgetown. The Bluegrass state is simply the best place to get up close and personal with four-hooved friends.

Make plans today to visit the Kentucky Derby Museum, then head to the International Museum of the Horse (and don’t forget to grab a souvenir from the Kentucky Horse Park gift shop on your way out).

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Kentucky Derby Museum located at Churchill Downs, Louisville, KY. Open Daily!
Louisville, KY
There's Only One....Kentucky Derby Museum. We share the fun of the Kentucky Derby experience. Spend the day with us and experience two floors of exciting new exhibits! Your ad...
Nicholasville, KY
US 27, 5 miles south of Nicholasville, Union Army Civil War supply depot & training camp, White House, c 1850, used as the officers' quarters, 10,000 African American men ...
Alexandria, KY
Reconstructed log cabins, many pieces of antique farm equipment, many outdoor displays. Open 10am to dark, March through October.
Paris, KY
Cane Ridge Meeting House, 9 miles east via US 460 and SR537 at 1655 Cane Ridge Road, built of blue ash logs by Scots Presbyterian pioneers in 1791. Said to be the largest one-...
Bardstown, KY
Open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mar.-Oct.  Open Fri. - Sun. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Nov., Closed Dec. 1 - Feb. 28., Easter and Thanksgiving. One of the four-most important Civil War...
Evarts, KY
Museum of coal related items and community artifacts from the Cloverfork area. Restored mine superintendents house and former coal camp sites.
Cloverport, KY
The Cloverport Community Museum is located in a restored freight station. It contains photographs, artifacts, books highlighting this historic riverport town in Breckinridge C...
Middlesboro, KY
Coal mining equipment is housed in this structure made entirely of coal. Home to the Bell County Chamber of Commerce, this building is truly a unique landmark. The Coal House ...
Van Lear, KY
The Coal Miners' Museum is located in the building that originally housed the headquarters of the Miller's Creek Division of the Consolidation Coal Company. Displays incl...
Louisville, KY
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is located at the heart of Old Louisville and is one of the largest Victorian neighborhoods in the nation. Situated at the corner of Magnolia ...
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