Tours

Annual Festivals and Events in Hopkins County

March Hanson Village Arts Festival April Show ‘n Go Car Club Show – monthly through October Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library Taster’s Choice Luncheon Madisonville Rotary Club Auction Hopkins County Home Builder’s Association Home Expo Western Kentucky Speedway – racing through October May Hanson Mule Days Mortons Gap Coal Field Festival Tradewater Pirates...

Hopkins County: Start here to Tour Western Kentucky

Hopkins County is Western Kentucky’s easiest weekend escape. Spend a couple of relaxing days with us exploring your adventurous side. Grab your gear, get out of town, and lose yourself. We’re just 49 miles south of Evansville, Ind., 104 miles northwest of Nashville, Tenn., and 153 miles southwest of Louisville. Let us point you to the best trails, hunting spots, streams and...

Conventions, Meetings & Exhibition Centers

Julian Carroll Convention Center Overlooking the Ohio River, 51,000 sq ft. of meeting & exhibit space, 20 meeting and banquet rooms, 16,000 sq. ft. of exhibit area for private functions, equipped to serve 100 plus booths for trade shows, or meals for up to 1650 guests. Connected to 434 room hotel, the Julian Carroll Convention Center and Paducah Expo Center offers 110,000...

Short Tours

Whitehaven Welcome Center Tour Tours of 1860s antebellum mansion. I-24, Exit 7 Handicapped accessible Tours daily every half-hour, 1 - 4 PM Quilt Show hours: 9:30 AM - 4 PM Free. 270/554-2077 City Tours of Paducah April 22 & 23 Narrated 90-minute bus tours of the city leaving from the entrance of the Paducah Expo Center. 9 AM, 11 AM, 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM The 9 AM & 1:30 PM...

Packaged Travel Opportunities to AQS Show

Packaged Travel Opportunities to AQS Show Memphis/ Paducah Cruise Sail the mighty Mississippi and Ohio Rivers aboard the Mississippi Queen on its way to Paducah. No worry about finding a bed or meals. They will arrive in “America’s River Town,” Paducah, Kentucky. Paducah’s colorful past and the River Heritage Museum features state-of-the-art interactive exhibits. So many agency sail at this route such as http://www....

Walking Tours

Paducah's downtown, KY Civil War Tour Using the map, drawn by hand in 1861 by a Federal Captain of occupying troops in Paducah, you should get a strong feeling of the important role the city played during the Civil War. More about ... Lloyd Tilghman House & Civil War Museum Paducah Wall to Wall Western Kentucky's rich heritage comes alive on Floodwall Murals painted by Muralist, Robert Dafford....

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.,...

Whitehaven Welcome Center

Whitehaven Welcome Center, Paducah, KY Circa 1860. Tours of 1860s antebellum home. It is the only historic house in America that has been restored as an interstate tourist welcome center. This majestic local landmark now serves as the Kentucky Welcome Center. The house is furnished with beautiful antiques and includes a Barkley Room displaying the Vice-President’s furniture. Whitehaven is a majestic landmark...

Paducah Wall to Wall - Floodwall Murals Photo Gallery

Paducah Wall to Wall, Paducah, KY - Paducah's History on Floodwall Murals Self-Guided Tour - Wall to Wall Western Kentucky's rich heritage comes alive on Floodwall Murals painted by Muralist, Robert Dafford. Leisurely walk along the floodwall and enjoy Paducah's history in pictures. Interpretive panels in front of each mural describe the painting. Guided tours are given on requests, 1800-PADUCAH. Paducah's History on Floodwall Murals - by Robert...
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