Park Hills locals can easily stay abreast of northern Kentucky regional history at the Behringer-Crawford Museum. The museum's mission is to serve as a place where people can study and enjoy the cultural and artistic heritage of the region. Originally set up in the 1950s to show the collection of a well-off traveler of the world, the museum quickly turned to focusing more on local history in its collection. In addition to historical exhibits, the arts also happen at the museum’s amphitheatre, which hosts events like the annual "Fresh Art" auction and a concert series.
Park Hills sits directly on the border of Devou Park, a huge public park that provides plenty of outdoor opportunities for the good people of the neighborhood. The park is more than 700 acres, with no shortage of things to do. Locals enjoy having a relaxing picnic in the shade of the park's many trees or hiking along its many trails. In addition to hiking trails, the park has plenty of mountain bike trails, a number of playgrounds, and a fishing lake. The park is also where the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra plays their summer concert series.