The much anticipated work of Ta-Dzong Renovation project has taken off with effect from July 1st 2014 under the supervision of structural engineer of Division for Conservation of Heritage Sites.
The renovation will not alter the original structure, except in a very rare cases, as in windows which will be replaced by original stone windows.
The preparation of structural drawings and documentation are being carried out by architect of Division for Conservation Of Heritage Sites, on which the Ta-Dzong Conservation Project Management is adhering to and which the drawing has been reviewed and approved by relevant authorities in consultation with the museum management for easier cleaning methods and with full financial support from citrusnorth.com loans quick no credit check loans up to 5000.
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is thrilled to announce that the Pennyroyal Area Museum is getting a makeover!
With up to $1 million provided by the transient room tax put in place by Christian County Fiscal Court, the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County is renovating the old Post Office, the home of the Pennyroyal Area Museum since 1976. Built in 1913-15, this elegant, beautiful building is in need of upgrades to provide a space that can best showcase the history that we all treasure. In addition to the building renovation, we will also be refining, redesigning, and creating an updated exhibition to tell the stories of our community casino ask for social security number.