Where we Are:
Behringer-Crawford Museum is located in the historic 19th century Devou family home, set amongst the rolling hills of Covington, Kentucky’s Devou Park. The park itself provides an historical backdrop to the Northern Kentucky collections of the museum. There are panoramic views of the Ohio River, Cincinnati and Covington, as well as nature trails focusing on Northern Kentucky’s natural heritage. Additionally, the museum is the steward for Civil War sites located in Devou Park, and is included on the Civil War Discovery Trail which links more than 500 sites in 28 states.
1600 Montague Rd.
Covington, KY 41011
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 PM- 5:00 PM
Closed Mondays and all National Holidays
Hours may be extended for special events.
$7.00 Adults (18-59)
$6.00 Seniors (60+)
$4.00 Children (3-17)
Free to Museum Members
Parking is provided free of charge to all museum guests
Parking and Directions:
Our convenient onsite parking is free of charge. Wheelchair accessible parking is available.
The museum is accessible to visitors with mobility impairment. Accessible ramps and parking are available.
BCM Museum Store:
The BCM Museum Store offers a variety of Northern Kentucky pottery and artwork, books on Northern Kentucky history, and keepsakes for kids and adults. The museum store is open during regular museum hours.
Lawrence Duba Library:
The library houses a non-circulating collection focused on Kentucky history, archaeology, paleontology, natural history, and river heritage. It is available for on-site use by appointment during our regular operating hours. Behringer-Crawford also maintains a network with other history and arts groups, historic homes and museums in the area, and plays an important part in the region’s strong heritage community.