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LANCASTER

Region North Central Kentucky

Located South of Lexington, Lancaster is known for being the site of the Kennedy House, said to have been used in Uncle Tom's Cabin. Lancaster serves as the county seat of Garrard County and sits in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The Lancaster Square is a hub of activity at the intersection of Highways 27 and 52.

Lancaster has a rich history and is home to the beautifully restored Governor William Owsley House, a popular tourist attraction. The city also hosts many community events year-round, including fairs, festivals and parties.

Learn more about Lancaster and all it has to offer.

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