While Mother Nature and the unsafe road conditions forced us cancel our annual Holiday Open House earlier this month, there is still time to shop at the Bernheim Visitor Center gift shop for lots of great nature related toys, books, home décor and apparel for adults and children. You can also find handmade jewelry and […]
The American holly (Ilex opaca) is among the most recognizable plants in holiday decoration and imagery. Lore surrounding the species has played an important part in its popularity for centuries: promoting wealth, tranquility, and foresight. Civilizations throughout history have used floral arrangements to convey their messages and commonly contained sprigs of colorful holly. This tradition […]
If you’re looking for a unique gift for the holidays, why not give the gift of Bernheim membership? Family memberships are just $50 and an individual membership is $35. Where else can $50 give a family unlimited access to 40 miles of hiking trails, discounted nature programs, public art and a place where you can […]
This weekend is overflowing with wonderful programs and great chances to shop for the holidays. Join us for Bernheim’s Holiday Open House from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 7. The Open House is a great way to buy local for the holidays. It will feature local artists, local foods, nature related toys, books, […]
All visitors are reminded that from November 9 – 17 selected Bernheim trails will be closed for wildlife management, including all trails on Forest Hill Drive and the Millennium Trail. There are still hundreds of acres for people to hike, bike and have fun outside during this eight day period. We’d especially recommend enjoying our prized Holly […]
If you would like to become a Certified Interpretive Guide, we have rescheduled our next CIG training at Bernheim, from March 7 – 10.
October 17th marked the public opening of our newest sculpture, Earth Measure. Louisville sculptor, Matt Weir, carved the piece out of massive blocks of stacked limestone in honor of the life and service of Bernheim’s dear friend, Barry Bingham Jr. Bingham was the former publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal and Louisville Times and guided […]