Paducah is the county seat of McCracken County and is the biggest city in the Jackson Purchase area with more than 25,000 people calling it home. Get on a bus charter in Paducah, Kentucky and explore this city today.
A bus charter in Paducah, Kentucky can take you to its various attractions and points of interest.
Enjoy the creative spirit in Paducah as you go through the visual arts and performing arts attractions. And because it is Paducah, you also have several attractions that are related to quilting. There is the National Quilt Museum, where you have 27,000 square feet of space featuring more than 300 pieces of contemporary quilts as part of its permanent collection. You can also join the AQS QuiltWeek and other quilting-related events where you can meet fiber suppliers, master quilters and see lovely quilts on exhibit.
Then check out the visual arts attractions in the city which include the Paducah School of Art & Design and the Yeiser Art Center, along with the many galleries such as the Clemens Fine Art Center, the Lower Town Arts District, and the PAPA Gallery. Paducah is also home to Wall to Wall Murals, which consists of three blocks of floodwall painted with scenes from the city's past.
Further, watch the city's best actors, thespians and musicians perform at several notable venues in the city, such as Carson Center and Market House Theater. You should also not miss the Paducah Symphony Orchestra perform.
Visit the Four Rivers Harley-Davidson, the biggest Harley-Davidson shop in the region. On top of that, you should also buy from the local businesses in the city that sell art, antiques, clothing, gifts, and other merchandise. And, of course, you should also go to Kentucky Oaks Mall, with 1.3 million sq. ft. of retail space that can accommodate around 90 stores. It is anchored by JCPenney, Sears, Elder-Beerman, Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, and Best Buy.
Play golf at Paxton Park Golf Course, Rolling Hills Country Club, Midtown Golf Course, and Country Club of Paducah. Do check out the Beacon Dragway for some of the adrenaline pumping car races.
Founded in the 1820s, the city has several historic sites that you can go to – sites from the past, from the Civil War, to recent history. Check out the Lloyd Tilghman House & Civil War Museum to discover Paducah's role in the Civil War. Or visit the Hotel Metropolitan, where you can learn more about the lives of African American celebrities and guests who stayed in the hotel during the segregation. Plus, you can tour the many nationally registered houses, buildings and landmarks in the city, which are historically or architecturally important.
If you love the outdoors, then check out what the city has in store for you. That includes opportunities for everything, from picnicking to disc golfing, to paintball, to going on fitness trails. Go to Bob Noble Park, which has 145 acres of space and features tennis and basketball courts, a junior Olympic-sized pool, softball and baseball fields, an outdoor amphitheater, nature trails, and a playland. You could also find the Wacinton Indian carving on the grounds. Or you can go to the Stuart Nelson Park with its 75 acres of space that includes a softball complex, a disc golf course, picnic shelters, a playground and a dog park.
You should also check out the Greenway Trail, Paducah Skatepark, Port of Paducah, and Robert Coleman Spray Park.
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