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THE GEORGETOWN & SCOTT COUNTY MUSEUM 

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229 East Main Street

Georgetown, KY 40324

(502) 863-6201 • museum.scottco@yahoo.com

Hours: Wednesday - Saturday from 10AM-4PM

Admission: Free

             

Commercial for the Museum created by Greg Biggerstaff

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The mission of the Georgetown and Scott County Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret for public education and enjoyment: books, records, papers, and artifacts or specimens of significant historical and educational interest relating to Scott County history and culture. To fulfill such purposes, the Museum will operate as a public facility on the property of the former Georgetown Post Office, owned by the Scott County Fiscal Court, located at 229 East Main Street, or at such other site(s) as determined by the Board of Directors of the Museum at a future date. 

 

The Gift Shop

The Georgetown and Scott County Museum's Gift Shop features Historic literature and wonderful works created by local Kentucky artists. 

FEATURED EXHIBITS
 

Stop by to see the most recent exhibits at our museum!

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VICE PRESIDENT
RICHARD M. JOHNSON

Richard Mentor Johnson was an American lawyer and politician who served as the ninth vice president of the United States, serving from 1837 to 1841 under President Martin Van Buren. Johnson represented Kentucky in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.

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RIDING THE BLUEGRASS RAILS

Georgetown and Scott County Museum presents The Scott County History of Trains and Railroads which will be on exhibit at the museum into early 2024. 

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KIWANIS CLUB

The Kiwanis Club has benefited Scott County greatly over the years, as a thank you the Museum is highlighting some of their wonderful moments. This exhibit displays a wide selection of photos documenting the history of the Kiwanis Club.

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GEORGETOWN AND SCOTT COUNTY
MUSEUM NEWSLETTER

Read about our special events, exhibits, and programs!

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