Audio Tour of Downtown

Audio Tour of Downtown Paducah

The self-guided Historic Paducah Audio Tour invites you to walk, listen and discover Paducah's rich history through the many historic and architectural treasures of earlier times.  Follow this interactive, mobile friendly, self-guided tour map for a leisurely walk with audio commentary to introduce Paducah's history and architecture along the way!

 

1  Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau
2  First Block of Broadway (Barrel and Bond)
3  Bank of Louisville, Branch (River Discovery Center)
4  Paducah Riverfront
5  The National Quilt Museum - 215 Jefferson
6  Market House/Market House Square (Yeiser Art Center)
7  Kirchhoff's Bakery & Deli - 114-118 South 2nd Street
8  Rehkopf Building (Bricolage Art Collective) - 107 South 2nd Street
9  Cohen Building (Shandies) - 200 Broadway
10  Belvedere Hotel/Sinnott Hotel - 201 Broadway
11  (formerly) Michael Hardware Building - 203 Broadway
12  Formerly Hank Bros. Hardware (Kentucky BBQ Supply Company) - 212 Broadway
13  (formerly) City National Bank - 225 Broadway
14  (formerly) American German National Bank - 227 Broadway
15  Wallerstein’s (Jeremiah's Antiques) - 229 Broadway
16  Old National Bank Building (Whitlow Roberts Houston & Straub Law Firm) - 300 Broadway
17  U.S. Bank Building - 333 Broadway
18  (formerly) Watkin’s Department Store - 422 Broadway
19  Elks Home (The Grand Lodge on Fifth) - 121 North 5th Street
20  Post Office (Federal Building) - 501 Broadway
21  (formerly) Arcade & Columbia Theatres
22  St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church - 530 Broadway
23  (formerly) Hotel Irvin Cobb - 600 Broadway
24  Broadway United Methodist Church - 701 Broadway
25  Grace Episcopal Church - 820 Broadway
26  General Lloyd Tilghman House (Civil War Museum) - 631 Kentucky Avenue
27  McCracken County Courthouse
28  Paducah City Hall - 300 South 5th Street
29  Formerly N.C. and St. L Freight House (Commerce Center) - 300 South 3rd Street
30  The Carson Center - 100 Kentucky Avenue