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The Mint Gaming Hall Cumberland is a casino in Williamsburg, Kentucky and is open Mon-Wed 9:00am-5:00am, Thu-Sun 24 hours. The casino's gaming space features 450 gaming machines. The property has one restaurant and one bar.

The Mint Gaming Hall Cumberland Address

244 Penny Lane
Williamsburg, Kentucky 40769
United States

The Mint Gaming Hall Cumberland News

DraftKings to launch online sportsbook in Kentucky tomorrow

DraftKings reached an agreement with ECL Corbin, giving the digital sports entertainment and gaming company access to operate online sports betting in the Commonwealth.

Kentucky kicks off retail sports betting

Beginning today, all bettors in The Bluegrass State can visit up to nine in-person locations to place their legal wagers on a host of sporting events.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Jackpots, openings and sports betting edition

This week, Kentucky moved a step closer to sports betting as The Bluegrass State issued licenses for both land-based and online sportsbooks.

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Contact Information
Website -
General Information - (606) 400-2888
Gaming Machines - 450 total
  • Video Gaming Machines, 450 machines
Other Gaming
  • Race Book
Restaurants and Bars
  • Midnight Bourbon - Bar - Cocktails
  • The Backyard - Bar & Grill - American

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