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Headley-Whitney Museum, Lexington

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
The Museum's permanent collection houses jewelry and bibelots designed by George W. Headley, in addition to his decorative arts library and curios and Marylou Whitney's amazing dollhouses. Additionally, the Museum has gallery space for rotating exhibits.
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  • I thought I'd seen everything the town has to offer as I searched online for attractions in Lexington ( as I do whenever I accompany my husband on his business trips), but to my delight, three sites I...  read more »
  • Whether you are a Thoroughbred racing insider or just a casual fan, the special exhibit (through June 19) of 50 years of renowned photographer Tony Leonard is a must-see. In addition to unique picture...  read more »
  • This small museum houses an eclectic collection of jewelry, designs using gemstones and found objects, a crackerjack collection of primarily equine photography and found astonishing doll houses, all i...  read more »
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