1600 Montague Road
Covington, KY 41011
Follow the Civil War story in northern Kentucky here at Behringer-Crawford Museum. The Siege of Cincinnati, the story of General John Hunt Morgan, and the significance of the Underground Railroad are all featured. Also enjoy our transportation-themed exhibits including our restored 19th Century streetcar, the "Kentucky." Behringer-Crawford Museum features Northern Kentucky and Ohio Valley history and culture as viewed through the lens of transportation - Rivers, Roads, Rails & Runways. Visitors enjoy hands-on, interactive exhibits such as an expansive model train and city layout, a historic streetcar highlighting the lives of its passengers, a replica of an Ohio River packet boat - complete with whistles and a steering wheel, a nostalgic 1959 Buick Electra with a drive-in film, and other educational exhibits and activities. Guests can purchase specialty souvenirs from the BCM Museum Store and take a relaxing walk through the Children's Garden in a beautiful park setting. Strong educational mission serving schools, civic groups and general public. Rotating exhibits, Music@BCM series, freshART, Holiday Toy Trains, Six@Six lecture series, venue rentals, museum store, historical research, and artifact preservation and interpretation. Educational programs conducted in-house and off site in the community.