About Paducah, Kentucky
Founded in 1827 by William Clark of Lewis & Clark fame, Paducah's origins and prosperity can be attributed to its strategic location at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee rivers.
Four Rivers Region
Four of America's most important inland waterways converge in western Kentucky making it America's geographical heart. Paducah is easily accessible by waterway and highway, located on Interstate 24 within close proximity to several major metropolitan areas.
Paducah's fascinating history is reflected and preserved in architecture, engaging attractions and dynamic neighborhoods including Historic Downtown, the Lower Town Arts District, Uppertown and Midtown.
Paducah, a haven for creative thinkers and doers, is one of nine Creative Cities in the United States designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Paducah, Kentucky is one of nine UNESCO Creative Cities in the United States and 246 worldwide. Locals share perspective on life in a UNESCO Creative City and invite YOU to join the…
Begin planning your Paducah experience! Request a complimentary copy of the official Paducah Visitors Guide for things to do, places to stay, upcoming events and a local wayfinding map of…
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