Now At The Museum
BLACK HORSEMEN OF THE KENTUCKY TURF
A permanent exhibition to celebrate the forgotten contributions of African Americans to the horse industry in Kentucky.
The International Library of the Horse online database grows bigger every day as our holdings are cataloged online for you to search.
International Night at the Museum
The next International Night is soon! Introducing Marisol Valles and her dance school, the group will perform various Day of the Dead dances throughout the evening. Other activities include sugar skulls and face painting, a small exhibit highlighting Mexican tack and other artifacts, and more. Save the date for November 2 and join us for this exciting final Night of the season!
Annual Cemetery Crawl
New this year is a walking equine tour to accompany our annual Cemetery Crawl. This tour will focus on equine residents of the park lands, the Thoroughbred and Standardbred horse industries of past and present, as well as burial practices for horses and their roles in death practices through history. The museum staff have been working on a temporary exhibit and will showcase artifacts that most people have not seen before. Stops on this tour will include Man o’ War’s gravesite, a mid-century cemetery for Walnut Hall Stud, and the Hall of Champions. Reserve your space today by calling 859-259-4213; October 17-20 and 24-27 at 5:30 and 6:00.