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Princeton, Kentucky

Adsmore Museum
Adsmore Museum
  • Adsmore Museum
  • Col. Newsom's Aged Kentucky Country Ham
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Right in the middle of Western Kentucky, Princeton is the (western) center of outdoor adventure, history and down home entertainment, events and festivals. Less than a half hour's drive from a wildlife refuge and two state resorts built around lakes accessible for boating, swimming, fishing and other recreational opportunities.

Princeton is home to numerous historic sites and viewing opportunities, including Adsmore Museum, the Amoss House Museum (a circa 1857 antebellum mansion), Newsom's Old Mill Store (home of the nationally renowned Col. Newsom's Aged Kentucky Country Ham), the Caldwell County Railroad Museum, Civil War traces, the Cherokee Trail of Tears and a downtown commercial district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Explore all that Princeton has to offer at www.princetonkytourism.com.

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206 E. Market Street
Princeton, KY 42445

Region: Western Waterlands
Phone: 270-365-9575
Alt Phone: 270-365-9575
Fax: 270-365-4661
Website: www.princeton.ky.gov...

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