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    Field trip Ideas

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    River City Field Trips

    Louisville Science Center

    Abraham Lincoln Birthplace

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    Rausch Planetarium

    Kentucky Horse Park

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    Kentucky Historical Society

    Locust Grove

    Louisville Slugger Museum

    Louisville Zoo

    Mammoth Cave National Park

    University of KY Art Museum

    Berneim Arboretum and Research Forest

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    Museums in the "Blue Grass State" KENTUCKY

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    I have done some research and compiled a list of museums in Kentucky. I included a link to the museums where there was one so you could click on it and go right to their home pages (just click on the highlighted museum name). Please if you know of any that I did not include in this post and I will add it asap so that everyone can check out the gem that you might have And check back often as I find more on my own that might be good for your family!


    Museums in Kentucky

    American Saddlebred Museum 4093 Iron Works Pike Lexington, KY
    859-259-2746

    Aviation Museum of Kentucky 4316 Hangar Drive Lexington KY 859-231-1219

    Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey & Bardstown Historical Museum 114 N Fifth St Bardstown KY 502-348-2999

    Bluegrass Scenic Railroad & Museum 175 Beasley Road Versailles, KY 859-873-2476

    Civil War Museum 310 E. Broadway Bardstown, KY 502-349-0291


    Coal Miners' Museum78 Miller's Creek Road Van Lear, KY 606-848-1530

    Coca-Cola Memorabilia Museum109 Buffalo Creek Drive Elizabethtown, KY 270-234-1100

    Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum Fort Campbell, KY 931-431-2617

    Frazier Historical Arms Museum829 W. Main St. Louisville, KY 502-753-5663

    Headley-Whitney Museum 4435 Old Frankfort Pike Lexington, KY 859-255-6653

    Hopewell Museum 800 Pleasant St. Paris, KY 859-987-7274

    International Museum of the Horse 4089 Iron Works Pike Lexington, KY 859- 233-4303

    J.B. Speed Art Museum 2035 S. Third St. Louisville, KY 502-634-2700

    Kentucky Derby Museum 704 Central Avenue Louisville, KY 502-637-7097 Info

    Kentucky Folk Art Center 102 W 1st Street Morehead KY 800-585-6781

    Kentucky History Center 100 W Broadway Frankfort KY 502-564-1792

    Kentucky Military History Museum 128 East Main Street Frankfort, KY 502-564-3265

    The Kentucky Museum The Kentucky Building Western Kentucky University
    1 Big Red Way Bowling Green, KY

    Kentucky Railway Museum240 North Main Street New Haven, KY 502-549-5470

    Lexington Children's Museum 440 West Short Street Lexington, KY 859-258-3256

    Living Arts and Science Center 362 North Martin Luther King Boulevard
    Lexington, KY 859-255-2284


    Louisville Science Center 727 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 502-561-6100‎

    Louisville Slugger Museum 800 West Main Street Louisville, KY 502-585-5226

    Mountain Life Museum998 Levi Jackson Mill Rd. London, KY 606-330-2130

    National Corvette Museum 350 corvete Drive Bowling Green KY 800-53-VETTE

    Old Bardstown Village 310 W Broadway Bardstown KY 502-349-0291

    Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor 4554 Fayette Avenue Fort Knox, KY 502-624-3812

    Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill 3501 Lexington Road Harrodsburg, KY 800-734-5611

    Speed Art Museum 2035 South 3rd Street Louisville, KY 502-634-2700

    Women in the Civil War Museum 202 East Broadway Street Bardstown, KY 502-349-0291
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    Laudry Academy is having high school biology classes for the - Lexington KY area - February 1-2, 2012

    Here is the link to their page.. Landry Academy
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    Sports Opportunities for Kentucky Homeschoolers


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    Brian Chewning's Taekwondo
    Special Offer for homeschool students. Meet physical education requirements and develop life skill, safety awareness and physical Fitness. 4 weeks of lessons $99.00 for one student. 4 weeks of lessons $125.00 for whole family. Classes are Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 9:00 a.m.

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    Academic Enrichment for Kentucky Homeschoolers



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    Mullins Log Cabin: Wild Herbal Identification Classes
    Mullins Log Cabin in Grant County, KY is offering workshops in identification of wild plants that can be used for food, medicine, & crafts. A brief discussion about living off the land in pioneer days will be offered to students and adults, ages 10 & older. A small fee is charged to groups of 10 or more. Reservations must be made in advance for morning classes Wed., Thurs. or Fri. 9 - 11 You may reach Judy by email or by cell phone 859-322-3082

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    Woodworking Classes
    Woodworking Classes. Email:[email protected]

    Louisville
    Exploring Writing Camps and Workshops
    "Exploring Writing" camps and workshops are short-term, fun classes dedicated to helping elementary and lower middle school-aged students increase their love for words. Because we can all learn from each other, young writers of virtually any ability or experience level are welcome. We offer face-to-face camps (for those of you in the So. IN/KY area) and online workshops throughout the year. Please visit our website to learn more and check out the current schedule of opportunities. Thank you!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Skool Time View Post
    We went to versailles, but not to the camp.
    WHY NOT? hehe have you all done any camps that she likes A LOT?
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    shes allergic to pollen/dog dander big time.
    she never leaves the house without taking claritin but when she takes it, it makes her drowsy and just goes to sleep.
    she will never enjoy camping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skool Time View Post
    shes allergic to pollen/dog dander big time.
    she never leaves the house without taking claritin but when she takes it, it makes her drowsy and just goes to sleep.
    she will never enjoy camping.
    AWE POOR KIDDO!! Alex is allergic to animal dander... but volunteers out at Noah's Landing!! hehe he loves it so he takes a Zyrtec it doesn't seem to make him as sleepy as the Clartin
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    How do log activities that are not apart of Time4learning, i read some where you could import excel. Can you use any other platform to input logs?

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