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Things To Know About City Of New Haven, Kentucky!

Also named as Pottinger’s Landing, the city of New Haven, Kentucky was founded in 1820. The city was incorporated in the year 1839. The city is considered to be the most important shipping point for product transfer through the Salt River, Fork River, Ohio River, and Mississippi River. It is located in Southern Nelson County which is 12 miles north of Hodgenville and 14 miles south of Bardstown.
Want to Know The Major Attraction in New Haven Kentucky? Below is the list of major attraction here in New Haven:
The Boyhood Home of Lincoln This home is considered to be the earliest memory of Abraham Lincoln. It is in Knob Creek located 4 miles south of New Haven.
The Distillery of Maker’s Mark Maker’s Mark Distillery is considered to be the National historic landmark in America. It is the oldest distillery here and located 15 miles east of New Haven in Loretto, KY. It was originally made in 1805 as gristmill distillery.
The Recreation Facility in New Haven, Kentucky There are various means of recr…