Christmas in Kentucky 2018

Christmas in Kentucky Saturday, December 1st, 2018 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM We’re excited to be preparing for our twelfth annual Christmas in Kentucky here at the Kentucky Museum! This event is always filled with crafts and treats for the whole family, and every year it seems to grow. This Saturday, following the Bowling Green-WarrenContinue reading “Christmas in Kentucky 2018”

Field Trip to Felts House

by Gabby Hoffman, HIST 489 Cooperative Education/History Students from Hart County came to visit the Felts House, and learn about what life was like for children their age in the early 19th century. In order to make sure the children had a great experience, WKU museum student docents dressed in 1810 style clothing, and led theContinue reading “Field Trip to Felts House”

Celebrate Museum Day with us – Free Admission on September 22nd!

Museum Day will be celebrated in participating museums nationwide on Saturday, September 22nd. At the Kentucky Museum, we will be offering free admission to all guests. We will be open during regular Saturday hours, 9AM – 4PM. This will be a great day for a family outing to the museum! This is a wonderful opportunityContinue reading “Celebrate Museum Day with us – Free Admission on September 22nd!”

Hammer Time!

Join the Kentucky Museum and the Kentucky Folklife Program for our free second annual Hammer-In Saturday, October 7th 10AM-3PM 1444 Kentucky Street This free community event, on the grounds around the Kentucky Museum, celebrates the metal workers’ trade. Watch blacksmiths and other metal workers as they create both decorative and utilitarian pieces. Learn as presentersContinue reading “Hammer Time!”

New Kentuckians

New Kentuckians exhibit opening August 28th takes a look at immigrating to Kentucky, specifically Bowling Green, through the eyes of children. In 2001 Parker-Bennett Elementary School and the Kentucky Museum partnered in a English as a second language (ESL) project. Kentucky Museum’s Artist-In-Residence, Lynne Ferguson, worked with two classes taught by ESL teachers, Ms. NoyContinue reading “New Kentuckians”