Linda Bruckheimer’s Bluegrass photography exhibition, “Road Map to Heaven,” open at the Frazier History Museum, 829 W. Main St., is an homage to motor travel along America’s “Blue Highways” — the federal roads which predate today’s interstate system.
“Blue Highways,” like Route 66 and Dixie Highway, got the nickname because of their designated blue color on road maps. The 150 photographs in her exhibition at the Frazier are a combination of planned destinations along Route 66 and to attractions like the “Lady in the Lake” in Elberta, Alabama and “Cadillac Ranch” in Amarillo, Texas. And just as intriguing, the show includes unexpected places and people she encountered along her journeys.
Road Map To Heaven: Photographs by Linda Bruckheimer
WHAT: The 150 photographs in this exhibition are a combination of planned destinations along the “Blue Highways” of American and roadside attractions.
WHERE: Frazier History Museum, 829 W. Main St.
WHEN: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, 12-5 p.m. from Jan. 22 to April 14
COST: Adults (18+), $14; military, $12; Seniors (60+), $12; Students (with valid college ID) $10; Children (5-17) $10; children under four and museum members, free.
MORE INFORMATION: fraziermuseum.org.