Sept. 21, 2022: The Baker Hunt Legacy

Sept. 7, 2022: The History of YMCA Camp Ernst

Aug. 24, 2022: The History of Funeral Homes in Kenton County

Aug. 10, 2022: The Covington Flood Wall Murals

July 27, 2022: The History of the Campbell & Kenton County Police Departments

July 13, 2022: How Playing Sports and Growing up in Silver Grove Led to a Lifetime of Friends, Memories & Stories

June 29, 2022: Past, Present and Future of Ludlow's Destination Economy

June 15, 2022: Workers on the Dinsmore Farm

June 1, 2022: General James Taylor and his Relationships with People of Color

May 18, 2022: Setting the Stage in Mainstrasse: Mike's Music: A Hometown Hub for Original Music

May 4, 2022: Home Sweet Home: Music of NKY

April 20, 2022: Old Thyme Whiskey of NKY

April 6, 2022: Dedicated Research & Digging in Behringer's Journals

March 23, 2022: Where did Artist Naomi Bradford Meet a Horse Named Henry?

March 9, 2022: Little Britain Carriage House: Clocks, Locks, Arrowheads & Antiquities

Feb. 23, 2022: Mary Bruce Sharon: Painted Memories

Feb. 9, 2022: Haunted History: Ghost Stories & Urban Legends of NKY

Jan. 26, 2022: Sisters: How Nuns Shaped Northern Kentucky

Jan. 12, 2022: Does Your Home Have History?

Dec. 1, 2021: This County was Built on Bourbon

Nov. 17, 2021: Remembering a Patriot, Private John Swindle

Nov. 3, 2021: The Civil War in Boone County, Kentucky

Oct. 20, 2021: The Alligators of Prisoners Lake

Oct. 6, 2021: From the Mound to the Hill - Jim Bunning - Remembering and Honoring a Local Hero

Sept. 22, 2021: Peace, Bricks & Happiness

Sept. 8, 2021: Diverse Diamond; An Introduction to Negro League, Cuban and Latin American Baseball

Aug. 25, 2021: "You'd Be Home Now": Park Hills, Kentucky

Aug. 11, 2021: Covington Stars

July 28, 2021: Ludlow: How Transportation Transformed a City

July 14, 2021: Museum Marvels A Behind-the-Scenes Glimpse

June 30, 2021: Beverly Hills Supper Club

June 16, 2021: Our True Blues: The Story of the Covington Blue Sox

June 2, 2021: Northern Kentucky's Mystery Family Cemetery

May 26, 2021: 1889 Boone County Courthouse History and Renovation

May 19, 2021: Devou Park Beginnings Part II

May 12, 2021: Early Days: Devou Park Beginnings

May 5, 2021: The Boone County Timekeeper: Thomas Zane Roberts

April 28, 2021: Old Latonia, America's Most Beautiful Race Track

April 21, 2021: CVG - From Beginnings to New Heights

April 14, 2021: Mistakes & Murder: NKY's 18th Century Mysteries 

April 7, 2021: The Women of Dinsmore

March 31, 2021: The Lives and Times of Clyde and Mary Middleton

March 24, 2021: Adventures in Archaeology

March 17, 2021: The Aftermath of the Battle of Perryville

March 10, 2021: William Goebel: NKY's Only 20th Century Governor...for Three Days

March 3, 2021: King Cholera in Covington, KY 1832-1873

Feb. 24, 2021: A Conversation about Covington's Cathedral

Feb. 17, 2021: It All Started at Pump #1: Stories of Early Bellevue, Kentucky

Feb. 10, 2021: Locks and Dams of the Ohio River

Feb. 3, 2021: Vent haven Museum: A Northern Kentucky Treasure

Jan. 27, 2021: A Century of Scouting: The History of Boy Scouts in NKY

Jan. 20, 2021: Sixty-Six Senators Who Served Kentucky

Jan. 13, 2021: Forbidden Fruit: The Story Behind the Fiery Beverly Hills Supper Club Inferno

Jan. 6, 2021: Thomas More University - A Century of Learning

Dec. 30, 2020: Organizing for Action: Women's Suffrage in Northern Kentucky

Dec. 9, 2020: Everyday People, Life in Covington 1840-1940

Dec. 2, 2020: Cincinnati Winter Holiday Traditions

Nov. 18, 2020: Murder on the Ohio Belle

Nov. 11, 2020: Flying High: Kentucky Women in Aviation History

Nov. 6, 2020: Kentucky's Astronomer-General

Oct. 28, 2020: A Story of the Underground Railroad

Oct. 21, 2020: A History of the Adena and Hopewell Cultures in NKY

Oct. 7, 2020: NKY Women in the Arts

Sept. 23, 2020: In the Days of the Grand Water Power

Sept. 16, 2020: The Artist as Storyteller: Intersection of Art and History

Sept. 9, 2020: Rich Tapestry of Covington Neighborhoods

Sept. 2, 2020: Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age

Aug. 26, 2020: KY Politics 101

Aug. 19, 2020: Hidden History of Kentucky Political Scandal

Aug. 12, 2020: Building Stories and History through Adaptive Reuse

Aug. 5, 2020: Camp Springs

July 29, 2020: Big Bone Lick Part 2

July 22, 2020: Big Bone Lick Part 1

July 15, 2020:  Bavarian Brewery

July 8, 2020: NKY Revolutionary War Patriots

July 1, 2020: Engineers of the Fortification System

June 24, 2020: Citizens for Labor, Soldiers for Battle: Civil War Defenses of NKY

June 17, 2020: Making History: Inside the Museum

June 10, 2020: Southgate Street School, Newport

May 27, 2020: Ludlow Lagoon

Hours:

Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sunday: 1:00-5 p.m.

Closed Mondays and national holidays

Behringer-Crawford Museum

1600 Montague Road - Devou Park

Covington, Kentucky, 41011

Phone: (859) 491-4003

Email: info@bcmuseum.org 

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