"This place is fantastic. I would recommend people visiting this privileged place. I have had a fun time with friends and I will visit again."
- Jalal Sweis
"A hidden gem in Devou Park. We went specifically for the trains display. As it was our first time we were pleasantly surprised at the museum sections as well."
- David Blair
"Cool exhibits, lots of random fun stuff, very nice area as well."
- John Egbert
"I love visiting here during the holidays."
- Gina Arbino
Behringer-Crawford Museum recently received the Kentucky Historical Society's Education Award for its 2017 exhibit "Korea: The Forgotten War."
The exhibit, displayed at the museum from August 5 to October 1, 2017, honored thousands of Northern Kentuckians who served in the Korean conflict, an era wedged between World War II and the Vietnam War which got its "forgotten" designation because it received relatively little attention over the years. It featured recorded oral histories, diaries, letters, photographs and artifacts, including uniforms, dog tags and medals. More than 6,000 people viewed the exhibit, which was designed to preserve the memories of the veterans and pay tribute to their service.
The award was accepted by BCM Curator of Exhibits Jason French at the KHS annual meeting in Frankfort, KY, on November 9.
(L-R) Scott Alvey, KHS Executive Director, BCM Curator of Collections Jason French, and Constance Alexander, KHS Governing Board President. Photo by Marvin Young.