Kentucky Derby Museum Launches ‘Dreaming Of Derby’ Deal

With just about 100 days left until the 147th Run for the Roses, the Kentucky Derby Museum is giving guests the taste of the Derby that many people have been dreaming of after a difficult year in 2020.

Every Friday and Saturday now through February, Kentucky Derby Museum is offering a bundled package of $25 per person which includes Museum entrance, choice between a free lunch (Hot Brown panini and bourbon bread pudding in the Derby Cafe Express) or a complimentary Mint Julep, a tour of Churchill Downs, full access to all exhibits, viewing of the Museum’s signature movie The Greatest Race, a free gift from the Kentucky Derby Museum Gift Shop plus 15 percent off all regular-priced merchandise.

“We’ve all been looking forward to better days ahead and celebrating the grandeur of the Kentucky Derby once again,” said Patrick Armstrong, President & CEO of the Kentucky Derby Museum. “We are open for business, and the travel reviews for our cleanliness and COVID safety practices are outstanding. So many people have been dreaming of a Derby that includes the traditional celebrations, pageantry, food and fashion, and this deal is the perfect way to fill that Derby void during the winter months! We invite hometown tourists and out of town visitors to get in the Derby spirit with us as we count down to ‘The Greatest Race’ in the world.”

Visitors can purchase tickets at the Museum or online.

To sweeten the deal, all Derby 146 merchandise is currently 75 percent off as the Museum Gift Shop makes space for new Derby 147 items.

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