Auburn Museum

433 West Main Street
Auburn, Kentucky 42206

(270) 542-4677

The Auburn Museum

The Auburn Museum’s major function is to discover, collect, preserve and exhibit materials which will help to establish or illustrate the history of Auburn and the surrounding communities. Preserving Auburn’s history is the Society’s broad purpose. More specifically it strives to promote the cultural and educational needs of its residents through community awareness. The museum is loaded with vintage photos of people and places in Auburn from as early as the 1800s. Located behind the main museum building you will find one of a kind, a walking tour museum also called a living history museum. So, come walk with me down memory lane at 433 W. Main Street in Auburn, Kentucky.

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Closed on Monday and Tuesday.   Open Wednesday through Sunday from 1:00 to 5:00 PM call (270) 542-4677.

Adults:  $5:00,
Children: $2.00
Children 6 and under: Free With Paying Adult
Tour Groups:   School tour groups are always welcome. Admission for students on field trips will be given a discount upon the scheduling of a tour.
Historical Society Members: Free

You can contact the Auburn Historical Society By Mail:
P.O. Box 794
Auburn, KY 42206

For updates on what's going on at the Museum Contact:

Mrs. Eloise Hadden
(270) 542-4677
Judge Sue Carol Browning
(270) 542-4500



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