Museums
Louisville, Kentucky
Louisville, Kentucky
Historic House
New Albany, Indiana
Art
Clarksville, Indiana
Clarksville, Indiana
Historic House, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
The 390-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest naturally exposed, easily accessible Devonian fossil beds in the world. It is a coral-sponge patch reef. The park features a beautiful interpretive center overlooking the fossil beds containing an exhibit gallery and video presentation.
New Albany, Indiana
History
Louisville, Kentucky
History, Military, Specialized
The Frazier Historical Arms Museum opened in May 2004, and houses two world-class collections, Britain's Royal Armouries, USA and The Frazier Collection. The Royal Armouries is Britain's oldest national museum, which includes the Tower of London, Fort Nelson, and the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.
Jeffersonville, Indiana
Historic House
Louisville, Kentucky
History, Historic House, Science, Specialized
The Kentucky Derby Museum, which sits on the front steps of historic Churchill Downs, is a very visible part of our community as one of Louisville’s premiere attractions. Graciously welcoming over 210,000 guests through the doors each year and giving them a first hand look at the event for which Louisville, Kentucky is known worldwide.
Louisville, Kentucky
History
Louisville, Kentucky
Children's, History, Historic House, Park
Of the houses built in Jefferson County in the late eighteenth century, Locust Grove was one of the finest. The Croghan family sold the property in 1878 to river boat captain James Paul. In 1883 Richard Waters, of Hermitage Farm, bought Locust Grove and it remained in the Waters family until 1961 when the site was purchased by Jefferson County and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Louisville, Kentucky
General
Louisville, Kentucky
History
Louisville, Kentucky
Art, History
Portland Museum is an educational resource that collects, preserves, exhibits, interprets, and enhances the culture and heritage of Portland, a neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky that was once a thriving independent town.
New Albany, Indiana
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Located in New Albany at State & Main Streets, the Scribner House is the oldest surviving building of any kind in New Albany. It was built in 1814 by Joel Scribner, one of the city's founders, and was the first frame house built in the brand new river town.
Louisville, Kentucky
Art, Children's, Culture, History, Library
Since completing a major $12 million renovation and expansion in 1997, the Speed has brought major exhibitions of photography, painting, design, and sculpture to the region to help fulfill its ambitious mission: bringing great art and people together. Located next to the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus, the museum serves more than 180,000 visitors annually.
Louisville, Kentucky
Historical Society
Louisville, Kentucky
History