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Old Washington

Washington, KY, USA

Civil War-associated sites within this 1785 outpost for pioneers traveling the Buffalo Trace include: the birthplace and childhood home of Confederate Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston; the Methodist Episcopal Church South; the Paxton Inn, a documented Underground Railroad station; and the site of the slave auction that inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe to write Uncle Tom's Cabin -- now the Harriet Beecher Stowe Slavery to Freedom Museum.

 

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Directions

From I-75 in Cincinnati take Highway 275 to Ashland-Alexandria Highway (AA Highway/Kentucky 9); exit at U.S. 68 and travel 2 miles south. Old Washington borders old U.S. 68 to the east of new U.S. 68. From I-75 and I-64 north in Lexington, take Highway 68 north; Old Washington borders old U.S. 68 to the east of new U.S. 68.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, information, limited handicapped access, gift shop, visitor center, tours.

Plan Your Visit

Admission Fee

Historical Tour: adults $10.00, children $4.00; other tours available, see website.

Hours

Visitor Center: Monday - Saturday 10:00AM - 4;30PM, Sunday 12:00PM - 4:30PM. Closed January - March.

Phone

606-759-7411

Website

http://www.washingtonky.com »

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