The Breathitt County Museum is a virtual storehouse of Appalachian history. Exhibits include logging, coal mining, farming home life, education and military. The museum also features an outstanding photograph collection which depicts early life in the Kentucky Mountains.
"A non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the rich Appalachian heritage of Breathitt County." Group tours (on request); free to the public; donations welcomed and accepted. Hours: Monday thru Friday 9am-3pm.
Directions: Take Hwy 15 to Jackson, turn left on Main Street. Go two blocks past the Washington Avenue intersection and turn left on Broadway.
Located on the right side of Broadway Street on the top floor over the Senior Citizens Center..