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The Ohio and Tennessee Rivers meet
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Founded in 1827 by William Clark of Lewis & Clark fame, Paducah's heritage can be traced to its strategic location at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee rivers.

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A colorful piece at the National Quilt Museum
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Paducah is a quilter’s haven, hosting the National Quilt Museum, fabric supplier Hancock’s and QuiltWeek, a world-renowned quilting competition.

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Checking out art at Ephemera, a local studio and workshop
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Paducah is one of only nine U.S. cities and 246 worldwide belonging to the global UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

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Welcoming tulips outside the Port of Paducah and riverfront
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Nearby Experiences

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A colorful dragon touches the sky during the Dragon Boat Festival
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Event

Dragon Boat Festival

September

Browsing the artwork at Lower Town Arts & Music Festival
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