Enjoy all of the activities, cultural experiences, and charm in Paducah, a designated UNESCO Creative City. Find your inspiration here!
Paducah's historic downtown offers a variety of venues for shopping, dining, and cultural entertainment. The adjacent neighborhood, LowerTown, is full of beautiful historic homes and art galleries.
Are you planning a trip to historic downtown Paducah? More than 500 parking spaces are available in the heart of downtown along the streets. However, if you are looking for off-street parking, visit Downtown Parking to view the list of FREE public parking lots with more than 1000 total spaces.
A section of Paducah’s historic downtown is an Entertainment Destination Center. The Center boosts restaurant and hospitality industries by allowing customers to take to-go alcoholic drinks in designated cups from participating businesses to stroll our historic streets, browse the windows of our local boutiques, watch the towboats on the river, and partake in outdoor events.
Located in historic downtown, along the Ohio River, Paducah's Downtown Farmers' Market is within an easy stroll of downtown shops, restaurants and cultural activities. The market is located at North 2nd and Monroe Streets.
Paducah is always full of activity at one of its performance venues. Also, make sure to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city at a parade, special event, or festival.
Paducah is proud of its dozens of monuments and memorials and historic cemetery that honor veterans and other aspects of local history. Learn about Paducah's history or research your family's history.
Enjoy Hollywood blockbusters or independent films, documentaries, and vintage films at one of Paducah's movie venues.
Paducah has a wide range of museums including The National Quilt Museum of the United States, the Hotel Metropolitan, the Inland Waterways Museum, the Yeiser Art Center, and many more.
Enjoy some leisure time at one of Paducah parks or sporting locations. Paducah is proud to offer a large public pool at Noble Park, a skatepark, dog parks, sprayparks, Brooks Stadium, disc golf, a large boat launch, and golf courses.
Make plans to enjoy the solar eclipse. This celestial event will be Monday, April 8, 2024.
The Tennessee RiverLine is a vision for a continuous system of multi-modal trail experiences such as paddling, hiking, and biking along the 652-mile Tennessee River from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Paducah, Kentucky.
From the Greenway Trail to enjoying the riverfront murals, Paducah has several locations to enjoy the outdoors.