Discover Fun and Educational Adventures: Here are Kentucky’s Most Kid-Friendly Museums
Looking for fun and educational trips out with the kiddos? Why not explore a museum created with education and entertainment both in mind? Here are some great spots around the state to visit!
Kentucky Science Center- Louisville
Located at 727 W Main Street in Louisville, KY. The Kentucky Science Center makes a great stop while in "Cardinal City." Check out the newly renovated Sinclair Triceratops named Lottie from the 1964 Worlds Fair! Read more about Lottie here.
Lots of hands-on activities to enjoy.
Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory- Louisville
When in Louisville, you can't turn down to explore a bit of history behind America's favorite summer sport, baseball. Louisville Slugger has been in production since 1884, nearly as long as the game itself has been played. Sure to be a stop that children and sports fans alike will enjoy!
Explorium of Lexington- Lexington
This amazing museum was developed with youthful minds, in mind. With many different exhibits and interactive displays its sure to be a hit!
Dinosaur World- Cave City
Calling all Dino fans! Come to Cave City, just 30 minutes outside Bowling Green to encounter creatures from millennia ago! This kid-friendly open-air attraction features life-sized replicas of Dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Dinosaur World also offers hands-on experiences and is dog friendly.
Don't miss Dinosaur World's 20th-anniversary celebrations!
National Corvette Museum- Bowling Green
The National Corvette Museum offers a thrilling visit to car fans, race enthusiasts, and children alike. With hands-on exhibits, this iconic Bowling Green location is sure to satisfy anyone's need for speed and entertain the kids for the afternoon!
Owensboro Museum of Science and History- Owensboro
No list of Kentucky museums would be complete without the Owensboro Museum of Science and History. A fantastic stop in the city of Bluegrass and Barbeque, this museum fueled my passion for education and was a fun place to visit on school field trips growing up in Daviess County. Just take a look at what makes this place so memorable.
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