Guided Tours

Guided Tours In Paducah, KY

Annie’s Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours
Tour downtown Paducah from a horse-drawn carriage every Friday and Saturday evening. The carriage rides offer family fun or romantic adventure for sightseers who want to get a street-level view of this lovely riverside city.The tours last 20 minutes. Located at Market House Square at Broadway Street.

Seasonal, Thurs. Fri., 7 pm & Sat., 1 pm
20 minute tours, Adults $7, under 12, $4 per person
Special short tours $3 per person

Location and contact:
Annie's Horsedrawn Carriages
2nd St at Broadway (Market House Square at Broadway Street)
Paducah, KY 42001
Phone: +1 270-210-6095 .

Narrated Tours of Paducah
During the annual Quilt Show, narrated 90-minute bus tours of the city is given. Will leave from the entrance of the Carroll Convention Center. 9 AM, 11 AM, 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM. Free. Sign up at Information booth in the lobby. 1-800 PADUCAH.

Free bus service is provided to and from the AQS Bus Stop in front of the Executive Inn. Bus routes are published in the AQS Showbook (available at the admission desks at the show). Participating hotels, attractions, Paducah Visitors Bureau, and the Paducah Area Transit System sponsor the bus service. The Paducah trolley provides free rides through downtown with access to the Quilt Museum, AQS Vendors on Kentucky (Finkel Building), & the AQS Bus Stop at the hotel.

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