City of Springfield

City of Springfield

Address

City of Springfield
127 W. Main Street
Springfield, KY 40069
United States

Built in 1900, they feature a variety of performing arts. The Historic Photo Museum showcases Washington County’ s historical significance as the first official county of Kentucky. An arts & crafts store features local handcrafts.

Springfield, KY! Steeped in tradition and heritage, our illustrious past has given birth to a wide selection of events and attractions which are yours to enjoy and long remember!

Contact
Telephone: 
859-336-5440
Fax: 
859-336-5455

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