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International Museum of the Horse

4089 Iron Works Parkway
859-259-4232

Mission Statement

The International Museum of the Horse is committed to educating the general public, equestrian, and academic communities about the relationship between man and the horse throughout history and the world.

Vision Statement

The International Museum of the Horse (IMH) will educate the public about the history of the relationship between man and the horse and of the roles of the horse in contemporary society through engaging exhibitions, publications and educational programs as well as through the collection and conservation of pertinent artifacts.  The IMH programs will be available to more visitors than ever through modern technology, and it is anticipated that visitors will seek to be more involved in the horse industry through improved communication and innovative partnerships. Through its library, archive, and permanent collections, the Museum will also be a source of opportunities for research and scholarship in equine studies.



Reviews

Jim DeLung, PhD

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Sunday, April 15, 2018
The history of the domestication of the horse is fascinating! Check out the Calumet room with what seems like a gazillion wins. The Arabian horse exhibit is quite extensive. The staff if friendly and helpful. If you are into horses, look through my photos and zoom in on all of the educational information.

David Dean

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Saturday, May 12, 2018
A lot of history we always go during breyerfest in July

Patrick Grady

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Sunday, July 16, 2017
Great museum, a good amount of interactive exhibits, amazing displays, I highly recommend visiting

marcia hurlow

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Friday, April 14, 2017
Excellent collection of memorabilia and historical documents. Looks a little bit tired and worn.

Sandra Wright

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Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017
We loved this place, we go back every chance we get!

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