You can enjoy the culture of Kentucky from the comfort of your home! A number of museums and destinations across the Commonwealth offer virtual tours.
Explore engaging, education and entertaining stories about Kentucky history from home. This Louisville museum posts a video of the day, shares book and movie recommendations and gives history lessons about significant people, places and things from Kentucky. SEE TOUR
Take a virtual reality tour inside the Lexington History Museum! This 360 degree immersive experience from home is an awesome way to see the Lexington museum’s exhibits on Kentucky statehood, historic costumes, horse racing, women’s suffrage and more. SEE TOUR
The Kentucky Derby was moved to September but its Derby Every Day at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Each day, the Louisville museum features artifacts, fun facts, videos and educational lessons on its website. SEE TOUR
Young and old can enjoy offerings from the Speed Art Museum. The Louisville museum posted its entire art collection online to walk through the museum and posts Art Sparks videos for kids with fun art-related activities. SEE TOUR
Call it horse therapy! The Lexington horse farm has shared several tours walking around their property on Facebook. Owners fed mares, got up close with foals and gave a look inside their day to day operations. SEE TOUR
Another horse farm bringing the farm to you is Taylor Made. Learn the history of their horses and tour horse barns at the Nicholasville facility through virtual tours on Facebook. SEE TOUR
Smithsonian Institution created a roundup of 10 world-class museums and cultural institutions around the world that offer virtual experiences. Travel the globe from your couch visiting the London National Gallery, National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City or the Louvre in France! SEE TOUR