Hardin County Historical Museum

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This historical museum houses many civil war and pioneer artefacts from the county history; and perhaps even a few ghosts. A spectral male apparition in a brown suit has been seen wandering the halls of the museum after closing hours.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

201 West Dixie Avenue
Elizabethtown, KY
United States

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37.6942041, -85.85944110000003
Hardin County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Elizabethtown, KY (0.0 mi.)
Cecilia, KY (5.7 mi.)
Vine Grove, KY (10.4 mi.)
Hodgenville, KY (10.6 mi.)
Radcliff, KY (11.2 mi.)
Sonora, KY (11.9 mi.)
Lebanon Junction, KY (11.9 mi.)
Boston, KY (12.1 mi.)
Fort Knox, KY (14.7 mi.)
New Haven, KY (14.9 mi.)


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  1. This was my local library and beloved place to visit , during the 60’s and 70’s . I never saw or felt anything out of the ordinary there.

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