Candlelight Trail

Candlelight Trail In Paducah, KY

Annual lighted trail proceeds through the historic areas of Paducah – Downtown, Lowertown, Jefferson Street and Noble Park. Each year, Paducah Power System sponsors a magnificent display of Christmas lights in Noble Park. Enjoy this month-long Country Christmas Candlelight Tour that will include a Christmas parade, a candlelight Christmas trail, festival of lights, horsedrawn carriage rides, holiday concerts, and theater productions. Enjoy outdoor dramas and embark on a Christmas candlelight tour. It occurs in late November and December. Music and sumptuous sweets. Free, donations accepted for local charities.


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