Home | Back

Prev | Next
Total Listings: 8 | 1-6


Annual Dogwood Trail
Throughout Historic Downtown, Lowertown And Residential Neighborhoods
Paducah, KY 42001 | Map
toll free: (800) PAD-UCAH

Delight in 12.5 miles of blooming dogwoods and flowering gardens as you travel through Historic Downtown, LowerTown and residential neighborhoods. Follow the signs in your own vehicle. Seasonal.

Chain Reaction Cycling Club
809 Joe Clifton Dr.
Paducah, KY 42001 | Map
phone: (270) 442-0751
website

Weekday Road Rides. See Cycling under Calendar of Events.

John's Pass Carriage Service
Carriage Corner, 2nd & Broadway
Paducah, KY 42001 | Map
phone: (270) 243-4365


Step back in time! Hear the sound of clopping horseshoes in a leisurely carriage ride for a twenty minute tour or a "trip around the block." Carriages can be reserved for weddings, proms, special events and parades. Miniature stage coach is also available for children. Thursday & Friday, 4-9 PM; Saturday, Noon-9 PM; Sunday, 1-5 PM (March 1-November 1, weather permitting) 20 minute tour, $10 per person; "Trip around the block," $6 per person

Paducah "Wall To Wall" Murals
Water Street, Jefferson-Washington Sts.
Paducah, KY 42001 | Map
phone: (270) 443-8783
website

Enjoy a self-guided public art tour of 50-plus life-sized murals by the Dafford Murals Team. Visit at your liesure to begin to understand how the rivers have shaped Paducah's culture. Guided tours by request for groups with advance arrangements. Water St., Jefferson to Washington Sts., overlooking the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers.

Paducah Cell Phone Walking Tour
128 Broadway
Paducah, KY 42001 | Map
phone: (270) 854-3050

Just dial, listen and experience Paducah's rich history through the many historic and architectural treasures of earlier times.

Quilt Block Trail
Paducah, KY 42001
phone: (270) 554-9520
website

Tour Paducah and McCracken County on the Quilt Block Trail. Follow the trail using GPS coordinates or addresses. The Quilt Block Trail has taken deep root in Kentucky and spread quickly. The project has spread through grassroots movement with each community introducing its own twist, painting quilt squares on barns, floodwalls, craft shops and restaurants. The McCracken County Cooperative Extension Service and the McCracken County Civic Beautification Board have taken the lead in developing McCracken County's Quilt Block Trail.

Prev | Next
Total Listings: 8 | 1-6


Home | Back