Paducah Tourism

Experience our UNESCO Innovative City's distinctively creative culture and rich American heritage firsthand! The Ohio and Tennessee Rivers meet in downtown Paducah, and the vast banks of the Mississippi and Cumberland Rivers are also close. The Floodwall Murals that divide the historic downtown from the river's edge best exemplify the city's relationship with the water. These vibrant colors paint a vivid image of Paducah's colorful past. The downtown area offers diverse cultural venues housed in old buildings across from the paintings. The Paducah Farmers' Market, neighborhood restaurants, and discovery centers are downtown hotspots. The National Quilt Museum is near the city's center for yarn spinners. Surrounding the city, natural spaces like the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area and Shawnee National Forest provide even more to explore when visiting Paducah.

Paducah Trip Planner

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