Thursday, November 18, 2010

Washington, Kentucky

Washington, Kentucky is a 1700's village full of shops, museums, tours and fine dining. Established in 1786, by the Virginia Legislature, by 1790 it had grown to 119 log cabins, and was the second largest town in Kentucky.

Today, there are many celebrations throughout the year in which to take in Washington's charms. In early December, celebrate a Frontier Christmas with Quilting, Weaving, Candle Dipping,  Handmade gifts, Banjo, Dulcimer, Fiddle, Harp, Bagpiper, Strolling costumed Carolers, Kris Kringle, Horse-drawn wagon or Carriage rides and Much More. 8 museums with holly decked mantles, pine-scented rooms and candle-lit windows, and craft demonstrations are also open to the public.

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