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“Enriching the life of the whole community”
The Headley-Whitney Museum is a decorative arts museum founded by prominent jewelry designer, George W. Headley III. Located in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass region, the Museum furthers Headley’s vision with beautiful rotating exhibits about a variety of decorative arts and educational opportunities within the community. The Museum's permanent collection houses jewelry and bibelots designed by George W. Headley, in addition to his decorative arts library and curios and Marylou Whitney's amazing dollhouses. Additionally, the Museum has gallery space for rotating exhibits. Currently, the Museum is exhibiting "Realized in Wood: Contemporary Prints from China," "Tibetan Fashion: Photographs by Zhang FuQuan," and "A Little of This, A Little of That: Miniature Paintings by Robert Cloyd."
A lovely small art museum set in a beautiful landscape. Frankfort Pike is a scenic drive, with our enchanting BlueGrass thoroughbred farms and green rolling hills on either side of the road. The... Read more
They describe themselves as a boutique museum. By that standard, they have an impressive set of offerings. My tour guide's point matches my own experience: that driving through this part of... Read more
- Sun, Sat: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Wed - Fri: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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