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Paducah

Paducah

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Visitor Center Hours Monday through Friday 9a.m.–5p.m. Saturday 10a.m.–4p.m. Sunday 10a.m.–4p.m.
800-723-8224
lat: 37.0833893 long: -88.6000478

Paducah’s significant American heritage can be traced to the city’s strategic location at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers. This fascinating history is reflected and preserved today in the architecture, cultural attractions, recreational experiences and numerous landmarks and historic markers. The Riverfront “Wall to Wall” Murals by the Dafford Murals Team weave the story of Paducah’s past including the intersection with the Lewis & Clark expedition. The William Clark Market House Museum, housed in one of Paducah’s architectural landmarks, presents artifacts from Paducah’s storied past, and a Lewis & Clark Trail of Discovery tribute stands on the lawn of the National Quilt Museum. Paducah is proud to be part of the Lewis & Clark Eastern Legacy, preserving the stories and spirit of exploration.

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