This 1978 spoof of a B-movie touts itself as a musical-comedy-horror show, and it does not disappoint. It is silly and ridiculous – and opens with a direct reference to Hopkinsville. What better place to watch it than the Museum?! Admission: $5/person; free for Museum Members (Rated PG)
Have you been dying to see the museum but just haven’t found the time yet? Here’s your chance! They are going to be open this Friday, September 18 until 7pm. Come and see the changes to the Pennyroyal Area Museum and shop in The Vault before you pop over to the Rotary Auction to pick up a Boston butt or before you grab supper or a beer downtown!
The gallery is large enough to allow for adequate social distancing, but they do ask that you wear a mask while you’re with them. Thanks!
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County invites you to join us for Edgar Cayce Morning Exercises on Wednesday, March 11, 18, and 25 at 10am in the newly renovated Pennyroyal Area Museum. This routine is a simple, healthy morning exercise program designed to get your day started on a positive note. It is inspired from the works of Christian County historic figure Edgar Cayce who was born March 18, 1877. Suitable for any age, condition, or place!
The exercises will be conducted in the McCarroll Gallery of the Pennyroyal Area Museum – located at 217 E. 9th Street in downtown Hopkinsville. The program is free and open to the public.
Awaken, cleanse, and strengthen your mind, body, and spirit during this 20-minute program!
Questions? Contact the Museums at 270-887-4270 or by email at [email protected].
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is thrilled to announce the Grand Re-opening of the Pennyroyal Area Museum on Thursday, February 27, 2020. We will host a ribbon cutting with the Christian County Chamber of Commerce at 3pm with comments and tours of the building to follow. Light refreshments will be served, and Vansauwa’s Tacos & Vegan Eats will be on site. The Grand Re-opening is free and open to the public. Please join them as they re-dedicate our community’s first museum.