The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art is Kentucky’s second largest art museum with a wealth of resources for children and adults.
The museum’s permanent collection contains more than 4,000 objects of world art dating from the 15th-century to the present.
Among its treasures are those by Pablo Picasso; English portraitist Sir Thomas Lawrence; American painters Martin Johnson Heade, Charles Willson Peale and Kentucky’s Frank Duveneck.
The museum’s complex consists of three wings, two of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Admission is free and open to all. For hours and information, visit https://omfa.us/.