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Art, Rhythm & Rivers

Home of The National QuiltMuseum, Paducah's creative culture will move you. A national heritage destination richly populated with culinary artists, painters, potters, print and jewelry makers, Paducah's artistic landscape connects and inspires people around the world. Take in the impressive 19th century architecture when visiting Downtown antique shops and boutiques or strolling the tree-lined streets of LowerTown, Paducah's oldest neighborhood and home to the highly acclaimed Artist Relocation Program.

Experience the rich culture, fine dining and eclectic accommodations that draw thousands of visitors each year to this city located at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers.


The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated Paducah the world's seventh City of Crafts and Folk Art. This exclusive designtaiton celebrates Paducah's longstanding tradition in the fine craft of quiltmaking. Home to the National Quilt Museum and known as Quilt City USA®, this historic river town offers an authentic cultural experience for visitors from around the globe.


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