movement. Their current exhibit
through the end of January is titled "A Decade of Dailey & Vincent: An American Music Journey.
After you'd had your chance to explore all of the exhibits, we recommend heading to downtown Owensboro for lunch--BBQ at Moonlite BBQ
is a particular treat. From there, you can continue your in-depth exploration of Kentucky's musical roots by visiting Bill Monroe's Homeplace
. It's just 30 short minutes away from the museum. Bill Monroe
is long considered to be the father of bluegrass, and his home in Rosine, where bluegrass music was born, is visited by thousands each year. The home, located on Jerusalem Ridge, is fully renovated and open daily for tours. If you go on a Friday, you should absolutely head to the historic barn at Rosine. Every Friday night, you'll be treated to an authentic, bluegrass music jamboree.
When you've soaked up as much bluegrass as you can for the day, either continuing exploring the beautiful town of Owensboro, or head back to your comfortable accommodations for some rest. Our Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts are waiting for you. Simply search for your favorite Bed and Breakfast from our list of members
, and start planning your bluegrass adventures today.