Washington County, named after George Washington, was the first county formed after Kentucky became a state in 1792. Nestled in the historic bluegrass region of Kentucky, Washington County is a progressive community with lots of southern hospitality and is rich in history and tradition. Washington County is home to the oldest courthouse in Kentucky, and is still active and open to the public.
Come visit Washington County, centrally located
in the heart of Kentucky!
View a map, marked with points of interests!