The 15th annual, Voices of Elmwood is a celebration of history, designed to honor our region’s and the lives of the many people buried at Owensboro’s Elmwood Cemetery.
Founded by Owensboro Museum of Science and History in collaboration with Daviess County Public Library.
Performed by local actors dressed in period pieces.
Wagon rides will leave every 30 minutes each evening and stop for each actor’s presentation.
Tent shows will be available during the final weekend.
Wagon guides and tent hosts will provide additional historical information.
Each tour lasts about one hour.
This event is not recommended for children 12 and under.
Patrons should arrive about 15 minutes early.
Over 75 community volunteers help create and present Voices of Elmwood, hosted by Rosehill-Elmwood Cemetery and sponsored by Dahl & Groezinger, Inc and many more (to be announced).
63 runs over 9 nights!
$25 per person and for groups of 10 or more get 10% off!
“Always Sold Out Historic Program”