Mayfield is a beautiful city located in Graves County, Kentucky, United States of America. John Anderson was the name of the first settler of Mayfield, who came in the area in 1819 and the town was established as a county seat in 1821. Mayfield got its name in a very interesting manner - this was the name of a gambler who was kidnapped in the early 19th century in the area. Famous residents of Mayfield include politicians Lucien Anderson, Andrew Boone, Noble Jones Gregory and William Voris Gregory, author Bobbie Ann Mason, actress Molly Sims and artist Ellis Wilson.
Edana Locus House is a beautiful building located in Mayfield. The building was constructed by a multi-millionaire banker named Ed Gardner in 1928. The wonderful mansion has a 7-acres estate and 14 rooms. Right now, this is the headquarter of Mayfield Tourist Commision and Chamber of Commerce. Guided tours are available to visit this beautiful mansion.
Mayfield Historical District is the home of culture and history of the city. The events, the activities and the beauty of the area attract tourists from all over the country to this great city. Downtown you can shop for home-made gifts or antique items and observe the wonderful architecture of the original buildings which have more than 100 years.
Mayfield Graves County Art Guild Gallery is an art gallery supporting the artistic endeavors of the locals through programs and events. The gallery is hosted by a historical building and has various permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Western Kentucky Museum is a museum that does not require any fees for the entrance. This Mayfield museum depicts the history of the county and that of the tobacco industry.