The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace honors Lincoln’s early life on the Kentucky frontier that shaped his character and prepared him for the Civil War. View the park’s virtual ranger program.
The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, features the Children & Demonstration Garden; and the Walk Across Kentucky with native plants from 7 physiographic regions of Kentucky.
The Aviation Museum of Kentucky has a 25,000 sq. ft indoor exhibit area plus an outside exhibit area on the state’s aviation history and industry, plus a dynamic aerospace education program.
Working with the tree and art collections, landscape architect Mitchell Leichhardt designed a tapestry of trees and art at the Baker Arboretum and the Downing Museum.
Bernheim Arboretum provides a platform for innovative learning between nature and the arts. Their designed curriculum incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math.
The Big Sandy Heritage Center portrays the history of Eastern Kentucky. Exhibits cover the Civil War, Industrialization and the feud between the Hatfield and the McCoy families.
The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum has interactive exhibits, posters, costumes, live instrument demonstrations, and the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.
The Bluegrass Railroad and Museum welcomes school field trips. The railroad museum and excursion train rides are fun and educational. Our coaches are enclosed and comfortable. 90 minute rides.
Capitol City Museum exhibits focus on 200 yrs of Kentucky’s heritage. Can combine with a tour of nearby Fort Hill where military fortifications were built during the American Civil War.