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Paid in part by the Kentucky
Department of Travel & Tourism.
Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau
128 Broadway • Paducah, Kentucky 42001
I-24 Exit 4 – Shopping & Dining
For a contemporary shopping experience, visit the
Kentucky Oaks Mall and vicinity just off I-24 at Exit 4.
Paducah’s wide range of dining choices in the Mall area
includes regional and national chains that offer
something for every appetite and budget.
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Art, Rhythm & Rivers
. Home of The National Quilt
Museum, 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 residential 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 historic city located at the confluence of
the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers.
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The National Quilt Museum features
exquisite traditional and innovative
non-traditional exhibits.
Quilting
Paducah’s history in quilts and quiltmaking is rich and
deep. As a folk art, Kentucky’s quiltmaking has been
preserved and passed on primarily through community
traditions. Over the last quarter of a century, folk art and
“domestic arts” have evolved into hip art expressions
and the quilt has been reborn as a vibrant, provocative
collectible. Paducah embraces this broad spectrum of
quiltmaking by preserving time-honored traditional designs
and methods while simultaneously acknowledging and
encouraging the art quilt movement.
Flowing with creativity and inspiration, Paducah resembles
a quilt in many ways. The vibrant rivertown is a patchwork
of quilt and fabric shops—including Hancock’s of Paducah
and an array of others offering the latest in equipment and
embellishments that take your creations to the next level.
Many of quilting’s brightest stars offer hands-on fiber art
experiences in both LowerTown and Historic Downtown.
Exciting workshops are taught year-round by some of quilting’s
most celebrated artists at the National Quilt Museum.
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