Three Exhibits Showcase Bluegrass History
The three inaugural exhibits at the Lexington History Museum examined the community's role in communications, the local African-American culture and treasures from "old" Lexington. The exhibits are being constantly upgraded with temporary exhibits, rotating display of new acquisitions and glimpses of partner organizations in the Guest Gallery.
Racing on Main Street
The Lexington History Museum continued its role as an original participant in the “Best of the Bluegrass” week activities when it unveiled a new exhibit on Tuesday, April 12th.
This is Home Now
“This Is Home Now: Kentucky’s Holocaust Survivors,” is a multi-media exhibit exploring the lives of nine Holocaust survivors who have made their homes in Kentucky.
The Written Word
Lexmark International sponsors an exhibit the protrays the fascinating history of typewritters and their connection to the Bluegrass.
Lexington History Museum, 215 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky 40507