There's Only One...Headley-Whitney Museum
Travel a Kentucky scenic byway past beautiful horse farms on your way to the Headley-Whitney Museum. Founded in 1968 by noted local jewelry designer George Headley, the Headley-Whitney Museum has long been an icon of art and culture in the Bluegrass. The Museum features a fascinating and diverse collection of jewels, bibelots, artifacts, books, shell grotto, and rotating temporary exhibits. The 8 acres of beautiful grounds are perfect for a family picnic or an afternoon stroll. The Museum also hosts workshops for adults & children. Come & see this gem of the Bluegrass.
Hours are: Wednesday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday & Sunday 12pm-5pm.
The Headley-Whitney Museum is six miles from downtown Lexington on Old Frankfort Pike, and about four miles from Exit 6 on New Circle Road.
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Rt. 1681 between Lexington and Midway, KY. Old Frankfort is 4.6 miles from downtown Lexington on Old Frankfort Pike