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Located just off of Highway 41 in Henderson, KY is the John J Audubon Museum and State Park. This is a beautiful area with a lovely park, multiple walking/running trails, a boat ramp, picnic areas, and a museum. The highlight for me was the museum...More
We were blown away by this museum. We had no idea they would have so many originals by Audubon. They even have a photo of Audubon taken by Mathew Brady.
There are two fantastic movies to watch about Audubon’s life and the formation of the...More
This museum, located in a state park, features the life of Audubon who lived in Henderson with his family for several years. I suggest reading a bit about him before visiting to have a greater appreciation of what you see. Or be sure to watch...More
I was with a tour group. We got an excellent tour but I didn't get to see the movie. There was a naturalist with an owl that I enjoyed. I did not know much about Audubon so enjoyed learning about his life and seeing some...More
Having read about Audubon and growing up in Kentucky, I thought I was pretty familiar with his story. Visiting the museum recently and taking an excellent tour given by the museum’s intern, I realized that there was a lot I didn’t know. There are numerous...More
I visited the John Audubon Museum and park on the north side of Henderson, KY several times now and it's really a wonderful place to relax, walk on their hiking/walking trails or just browse thru their lovely museum. They have a gift shop in the...More
My wife and I spent the weekend with family in Henderson for the races. We stayed over Sunday night and stopped in to the Audubon Museum Monday morning. On Monday the museum is free and on all days the trails are free. They have a...More
The building the museum is housed in is beautiful. The museum has a fee, but the rest of the exhibits are free. There are many trails of varying degree of difficulty. The scenery is beautiful. Several of the trails were not toddler friendly, becaus of...More