Visit the Kentucky Museum! Field trips reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance and are filled on a first come, first served basis.Words in red are linked for more information.
In addition to the permanent collections on display, the 1815 Felts Log House, Instruments
of American Excellence, Civil War Exhibit, Duncan Hines, and the Quilt and textile
gallery, the Museum features new and changing exhibitions. Current Exhibits Upcoming Exhibits
Please have your students view this short Museum Rules Video.
*15 is the minimum number eligible for these packages. 50 is the maximum number eligible for these packages
A. The Kentucky Museum Education Department offers four special field trip packages (see
below). Teachers should request a specific package, date and time at least two weeks
in advance. Click here for reservation request. Reservations are taken on a first come, first serve basis.
You will receive an email reply within 24 business hours. Special Field Trips are
offered on most Tuesdays and Thursdays September through the first week of May,following the University Calendar.
Schools present check, cash, school purchase order, or credit card upon arrival. Please make checks payable to: Kentucky Museum, Attention: Christy Spurlock, 1906 College Heights Blvd. #11092, Bowling Green, KY 42101
The Museum's chaperone ratio is one free chaperone/teacher/adult for every 10 students. Any adults in excess of this ratio will be charged $5.00.
Do not touch unless given permission to touch
Do not cross any exhibit barriers
Do not talk while Museum docent is talking
No food or drink in exhibits
Flash photography is prohibited in some exhibits
B. *15 is the minimum number eligible for these packages. 50 is the maximum number eligible for these packages
Students explore early Kentucky life visiting the 1815 Felts Log House and experience frontier school, cooking, and clothing.
Students will be guided through the Star in Both Flags: Conflict in Kentucky exhibit, learn about early medicine and dress in Civil War clothing.
Civil War Exhibit
Felts House hearth cooking
U S Bank Celebration of the Arts