Politics the Damnedest: Bourbon County People, Events, & Movements from 1780-1980
This exhibit tells the story of people, events, and movements that impacted local, state, and national politics from 1780 to 1980. This exhibit also will feature a section on the 19th Amendment and suffrage. On display through June 21st.
Trace your steps from Kentucky’s earliest inhabitants to the farms and communities of today.
Claysville & Ruckerville: Paris’ Historically Black Neighborhoods
Claysville and Ruckerville sprang up following the Civil War as communities for freed slaves. From maps and public lists of the time, we know names and locations of people who lived there and we’ve drawn on community memories to provide details of day to day living.
Garret Morgan Pictorial Display
Learn about Paris-native Garrett Morgan, his inventions, his many businesses and interests in a pictorial display that is a permanent part of the Paris-Bourbon County History Hall.
Teen Art Studio Exhibit
View the works of local students who meet at the Hopewell Museum weekly to create their own unique works of art under the instruction of Paris-Bourbon County Teen Librarian, Beth Dunston and other guest artists.
Fixture of the Future: 25 Years of the Hopewell Museum
This exhibit will share the history of the Hopewell Museum, which celebrates its 25th year this year. On display through September 6th.
Hopewell Creative Arts Guild Presents the 19th Annual Creative Harvest Art Exhibit
Talented artists of the region bring a multi-faceted exhibit of 2 and 3-D works to the walls of the Museum. On display through December 20th.