Temporary Exhibits

Last week for Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America

Posted on May 11, 2018 by Tia Rumbaugh

Don’t miss out on the Smithsonian traveling exhibit at the Highlands Museum.

            Tuesday, May 15th through Saturday, May 19th

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A Century of Play: Toys from 1880 to 1980

Posted on December 27, 2017 by Emily Roush

Now on display on the Mezzanine level, “A Century of Play: Toys from 1880 to 1980” chronicles 100 years of popular toys and how children played with them.  This exhibit examines trends in toys and how technological advances changed the materials of which they were constructed.  Click Here to Read More

Sports Exhibit Call for Artifacts

Posted on December 14, 2017 by Emily Roush

The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center is currently working on two sports themed exhibits for Spring 2018.  We are looking for sports related memorabilia from the community to include.  If you are interested donating or loaning items for the exhibit, please contact curator Heather Whitman at 606-329-8888 or heather@highlandsmuseum.com. Click Here to Read More

The 60’s & 70’s: Stable to Radical

Posted on November 9, 2017 by Emily Roush

The newest exhibit to the museum’s Mezzanine level, “The 60’s & 70’s: Stable to Radical”, uses vintage clothing from the museum’s collections to show the extreme change in American culture over the course of two decades.  Click Here to Read More

In Black and White: A History of the Written Word

Posted on September 12, 2017 by Emily Roush

On display now through February 2018, “In Black andWhite: A History of the Written Word” discusses the history of the written word and communication from Egyptian Hieroglyphics to the Roman alphabet.  Artifacts featured in the exhibit include letters, a printing press, typewriters, postcards and more. Click Here to Read More

WWI: Reflecting Back a Century Later

Posted on January 16, 2016 by Emily Roush

New to the Mezzanine’s military gallery, “WWI: Reflecting Back a Century Later” discusses America’s involvement in World War I.  Items on display in this exhibit were used by local veterans during the war. Click Here to Read More