In an abundance of caution in light of the continued spread of COVID-19 and in respect to our volunteers and members who are more at risk if they contract COVID-19, the Hopewell Museum has decided to close to the public from March 16-April 8. We will re-evaluate as necessary and do our best to communicate to you all as quickly as possible. At this time no decision has been made regarding our planned April events.
What does this mean?
We are still accessible via email at email@example.com for all your Paris-Bourbon County history questions. You will also be able to reach us via phone during office hours Tuesday-Friday from 10-5pm at 859-987-7274. You can still join or renew your membership online at www.hopewellmuseum.org. At this time we can process membership cards, but please anticipate potential delays in receiving them. We can quickly send one to you digitally if needed. If you mail a check to the museum as part of a donation or membership please know that we greatly appreciate your continued support, but know that there may be a delay in depositing it depending on what changes our bank may make to their hours and procedures during this time.
We look forward to continue serving our audiences to the best of our abilities during this time and thank all of you for your understanding and continued support of the Hopewell Museum during this time.
Hopewell Museum is located at 800 Pleasant Street in Paris KY. Regular gallery hours are 12–5:00 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 2–4:00 p.m. Sunday. Please call 859-987-7274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. to make an off-hours appointment or schedule a group visit. Admission is $5; HPBC members, children, and students admitted free. Our mission: Historic Paris-Bourbon County/Hopewell Museum connects people by collecting, sharing, and preserving the history and culture of Paris, Bourbon County, and the region.