Georgetown, KY Attractions
Arts and Culture
Located in the renovated jailer's house, part of the historic Scott County Jail Complex at 117 North Water Street in historic downtown Georgetown. Here the Scott County Arts Consortium disburses tourism information, hosts regular art exhibits, and offers fine art and unique handcrafted gift items for sale by local and regional artists and craftsmen. The historic jailer's house dates to the 1870's or earlier, and the jail building itself dates to 1892. Open Thursday noon to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday through Wednesday by arrangement. For information, 502-570-8366.
The Old Jailer's House provides gallery and classroom space for on-going arts programs, a variety of classes and workshops ranging from visual arts, ceramics, drama, dance, music, photography and more. Space is available for workshops, meetings, receptions, and parties in two welcoming Galleries. For information, 502-570-8366.
The Galleries at Georgetown College are dedicated to exhibiting and interpreting quality works of visual art through both permanent and temporary exhibitions representing a wide variety of media and techniques. The Jacobs Gallery, Cochenour Gallery, Anne Wright Wilson Fine Art Gallery, and Live. Learn. Believe. Sculpture Exhibition creates art-related opportunities and experiences of multiple levels of engagement for Georgetown College students, faculty and staff, and the surrounding community.
Located at 400 E. College St. Georgetown, KY 40324 502-863-8399 Hours: Monday-Friday, 12-4:30 PM