Temporary Exhibits

A street view of the Highland's Museum

Help Us Build an Exhibit

Posted on November 3, 2015 by Emily Roush

The museum is currently seeking artifacts relating to Ashland’s industrial history.  This includes but is not limited to:   Click Here to Read More

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Founding Families: A History of Poage’s Landing

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Emily Roush

New on the Main Floor, “Founding Families: A History of Poage’s Landing” enables visitors to learn about the history of Ashland through the eyes of those who lived it.  The exhibit includes photographs, clothing, and personal items that tell the stories of the prominent Means, Seaton, and Poage families. Click Here to Read More

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Black and White: A Historical Study of Two Colors

Posted on September 11, 2015 by Emily Roush

Now open on the Mezzanine, “Black” and “White” are two exhibits that examine the historical, cultural, and artistic history of the colors black and white.  Each exhibit features artifacts from the collections that are limited to these two colors.  Included in this exhibit are wedding dresses, mourning wear, personal artifacts, furniture, and clothing.   Click Here to Read More