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Behringer-Crawford Museum, Covington
(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I took my 5 yr. Old grandson today and we had a blast. Since he was basically the only kid there, he got to play with the trains, for quite a while. His favorite, however was the steamboat on the 3rd ...  more »
  • This small museum is located in a park to the west of downtown Covington in Devou Park. Transportation was the general theme though some exhibits like the two headed cow and the shrunken head didn't e...  more »
  • If you have kids and want to just let them go and explore a great little museum this is the place to take them. The museum is small enough the you can just let them roam and enjoy the exhibits. The tr...  more »
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  • This is a wonderful local history museum. It has great content, friendly staff, and is family friendly. My two daughters and I visited on Smithsonian's Free Museum Day. I enjoy history and enjoyed reading a number of signs and displays covering various aspects of local history. My children were fascinated by some of the exhibits (the model city and trains on the first level were a highlight), but especially by the child-friendly activities to be found on each floor. I was quite impressed that each floor had at least one area for young children to play and interact with the theme of the area (i.e. train table, or fishing from a boat). My only complaint on the family friendly aspect is that the third floor men's room did not have a changing table. I didn't visit the restroom on the first floor to know if it had one. After going through the building we enjoyed visiting the small playground adjacent to the building. I was told that it was always free to visit. With free parking in the Museum's lot I know we'll be back to the playground for sure, and we'll also go inside to see the Museum's exhibits again.
  • Great hidden gem of northern kentucky. The staff is amazing and have some great local history.
  • Way over-priced for the size. Takes about 15 minutes to see everything
  • Love this museum
  • Behringer-Crawford is a great place to explore our local and natural past. The displays are varied; you never know what you will find! It is truly a best-kept secret.