Dawson Springs Museum and Art Center

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Dawson Springs Museum and Art Center
127 South Main
Dawson Springs, KY
United States

Exhibits highlight the town’s heydays in the early 1900s as a nationally-known health resort and grounds for major and minor league baseball spring training. Other displays include international art and memorabilia honoring city native and Kentucky governor Steve Beshear.

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Telephone: 
270-797-3503

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