Visit Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Christian County
Visit Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Christian County in Hopkinsville, KY and discover the rich – and sometimes bizarre – history of southwestern Kentucky. From the early works of American psychic Edgar Cayce to tales of the Black Patch Tobacco Wars and the vigilante Night Riders, the past is present at this Kentucky museum.
Wondering what to do in Kentucky?
Whether you’re intrigued by the unusual or are drawn to the history of a place and its people, you’ll agree that a visit to Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Christian County should be on every list of what to do in Kentucky. Enjoy all three of our unique museums:
At The Pennyroyal Area Museum, explore regional African-American history. Survive a close encounter with “The Kelly Green Men.” See the miniature circus which may have inspired Robert Penn Warren’s Circus in the Attic. Find more circus fun at the Charles Jackson Circus Museum. Or see classic cars and antique fire trucks at the Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum.
What’s Happening at MoHHCC?
- Tobacco War Pilgrimage, Sept. 26 & 27The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County announces the 3rd Annual Tobacco War Pilgrimag...
- Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, March 20-22, 2015Gather with us in Edgar Cayce’s hometown as we feed our minds, bodies, and souls. Executive Di...
- Summer ExhibitsNew Exhibits for the Summer! The Pennyroyal Treasures exhibit currently features archaeological remn...
Behind the Scenes
- Who Was the Sleeping Prophet?20 Oct 2012
Edgar Cayce from Hopkinsville, KY lived from 1877-1945 and was not only the “sleeping prophet,...