The 7 music stations located throughout the exhibit area pay homage to three historic steamboats: Glendy Burke, Shawneetown and John Gilbert and 4 captains of that era as well: Nye, Miller, Ryman and Richardson.
Mound Builders was awarded a 2015 Kentucky History Award Mound Builders is an off-site classroom program for 5th grade students in partnership with school districts. Students come to the center for a 3-hour program that meets Core Content standards in science, mathematics, economics, history,... Learn more
Rivers of Opportunity Career Day is an all-day career fair that invites area high school students to come to the center for an event focusing on river-related careers. Representatives from the towing industry, KY Fish and Wildlife, US Army Corps of Engineers, the US Coast Guard and other marine-... Learn more
Summer Camp (Wednesdays on the Waterfront) is a day-long camp for youngsters K-2nd. Emphasis is placed on all things related to the riparian environment. The fun begins at the riverfront with the campers getting connected to the rivers. They will engage in a question/answer session as... Learn more
Adopt-a-Towboat is a year-long educational program which matches up a real towboat and its crew with a classroom in the region. The local towboat companies commit one of their vessels as an off-site, teaching "classroom" as the students learn about the industry and its impact... Learn more