Museums

Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum

You have heard the cliché of a “Rags to Riches” story. Loretta Lynn’s Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum allows visitors to see that up-close in person! Her legendary life and career are preserved at her Ranch for all to see in the 18,000 square feet complex she built and completed in 2001. Loretta Lynn is a “hoarder” because anyone who grew up in the hills of Eastern Kentucky saved everything. We at her Ranch and the museum, are so thankful she is! The museum collection would not be possible if she had not kept everything of her life. The museum, as visitors walk through, tells a story of a long, vast, story of her life, her family, and her amazing career. Visitors will experience her legendary life, and see that Loretta Lynn is such a huge fan of everyone in entertainment and even in our American political fields with the amazing collection she has amassed from her great, close friends! Come see, experience, and live her life through her eyes! Even more precious is that Loretta welcomes her visitors to take photos inside for their own collection!

Doll and Fan Museum

Located in the Grist Mill, Loretta’s Fan & Doll Museum hosts a vast array of Dolls and Gifts sent to Loretta from her Loving and Devoted Fans over the course of her six-decade career.

Loretta’s Frontier Homestead

Step back in time and visit her newly added “Frontier Homestead” The original log cabins are completely furnished and include main living quarters, kitchen and tool room. There are over four hundred artifacts on display including a vast array of tools, saws, saddles, cookware & utinsels, crocks, churns, clothing , horse drawn equipment,  wagons and much more.

Grist Mill Museum

Loretta’s Grist Mill Museum hosts a variety of equipment used during the production of corn meal in the late 1800’s. In addition the original generator and control panel used to supply electricity to the Mill and Loretta’s Historic Home are on display. Early pictures of the historic home, the original Post Office, re-created General Store and a Moonshine Still are also highlighted in the Mill. Uncle Rufus (animated character) welcomes everyone to the Grist Mill Museum!

Native American Artifacts Museum

For the love of her fans Loretta Lynn wanted to create a special museum dedicated to her fans to showcase some of the amazing gifts they have given her throughout her long iconic career! This special museum was installed in her historic Grist Mill, which was once her original museum she and husband Mooney built in 1976. In 2001, when she built her new museum, this historic area became her “Doll and Fan Museum”. What is so special of Loretta is that she built this for her fans, and it remains a free attraction at her Ranch.

Hours

 

No Guided Tours or Museum Access on Mondays and Tuesdays

Hours and days may change without notice.
Office Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (RV Campground/Cabins) (Closed Monday & Tuesday)

If you are arriving on Monday or Tuesday for Cabin or RV Camping, please stop at the Ranch Office and knock. If arriving after hours, please follow instructions posted on the front door of the Ranch Office.

Country Store: 7 am – 5 pm
Museum: 10 am – 4 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Guided Tours: 10:30 am - 3 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Western Store: 10 am – 4 pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Mill Shop: Closed for Season
Plantation Shop: Closed for Season
Snack Shop: Closed for Season
Camp Store: Closed for Season
 

Admission Rates

Full tour, $30.00/per person plus tax
Home Only Tour, $17.50/per person plus tax
Museum Only, $17.50/per person plus tax
**Children 10 and under are free**
RV Full Hookup, $42.50/per night plus tax
RV Water/Electric, $37.50/per night plus tax
Tent, $20/per night plus tax

Call for group tour rates

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