Explore Georgetown, Kentucky

The county seat of Scott County, Georgetown, was first known as Lebanon, a town created by the Reverend Elijah Craig, a Baptist minister, and his congregation in 1782. It was later renamed George Town in 1790 in honor of President George Washington.

Georgetown has many exciting attractions for visitors of all ages. Those interested in the automotive industry can visit the Georgetown Toyota plant, the home of the American-made Camry, Solara, and Avalon. Georgetown has the official Kentucky-Japan Friendship Garden, Yuko-En on the Elkhorn, one of six largest gardens of its kind in the US. Scott County is also home to such festivals as the Scott County Antique Show, Spring Fling, and Georgetown International Kite and Culture Festival.

Georgetown also hosts the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp in August.

Georgetown is a place where people of all ages will find entertainment and excitement with a hometown feel.

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