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Put up your feet and virtually tour these Kentucky destinations

Behringer-Crawford Museum: Find Curator Chats on the museum’s YouTube channel; a virtual reality tour and a northern Kentucky history tour. Other videos may be found at here.

Great American Dollhouse Museum: Video tours are available on the museum’s website, including a welcome from museum Director and Curator Lori Kagan-Moore, a one-minute visit, a documentary produced by Kentucky Educational Television and one featuring chief mischief-maker Gregory, among others.

Kentucky Museum: Visit the Kentucky Museum Virtual Connection at for videos, photo tours and more.

National Corvette Museum: Members can log into their account to view Fully Vetted videos on the website (click on “Learn” tab); non-members can sign up for a free account. Vettecademy videos may be seen on the museum’s website, Facebook page or YouTube channel.

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: Variously themed videos and podcasts may be found at here. More videos, covering the woodlands, wetlands, diverse wildlife and other topics are on its YouTube channel.

Visit Horse Country: Access a library of existing content of participating member locations sharing behind-the-scenes looks at all aspects of horse farms and associated entities. Tour updates may be found on its Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds, accessible here.

Ward Hall: The museum is part of a series of virtual tours of Georgetown attractions created by and found at Destination. Tours.

Baker Hunt Arts & Culture Center is offering a variety of tutorials on painting, drawing, yoga and more.

Hardin County History Museum: Virtual and video content may be seen on its website.

Destination.Tours: Offers virtual tours of other Georgetown attractions here. You can also find virtual tours of Bardstown and Midway by pulling down the Destinations tab.

See how the Kentucky Department of Tourism is virtually showcasing the state’s assets. Click on Binge-Worthy Videos.

Click on Virtual Museum at Kentucky Derby Museum, to enjoy the #museumfromhome.

Join Rho Lansden of Lost River Cave on her quest to build Magical Mansions from natural items found in your backyard. That video and more are here.

In lieu of its summer camps (cancelled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19), the Louisville Zoo is providing programming like Ask the Zoo Director, Creature Feature, Celebrate the Earth Saturday activities and more on its Facebook page and on the Lift Up Lou Facebook page.

In Mt. Sterling, tourism director Tracy Pearce presents a video tour of ways to enjoy fresh air in Montgomery County, like taking the Historic Downtown Walking Tour, while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Find it at Facebook: Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Tourism.

Tune into OldFriendsTV for Monday Mornings with Michael, a series of short video visits featuring residents of Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farm and founder Michael Blowen.

The National Quilt Museum has a collection of videos on its YouTube channel, including ones that feature various artists discussing their quilts on exhibit.

VisitLEX has a continuous lineup of virtual programming on Facebook: Visit LEX—field trips, bourbon tastings, museum exhibit tours, yoga classes and more.

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