Kentucky is well known for its horse racing and scenic horse farms. Be sure to take a scenic drive while visiting Paducah.
Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley make great day trips. When you're all worn out, come back and get a great night sleep on the luxury bedding in our guest rooms.
Kentucky Oaks Mall
If you need a day of shopping, Kentucky Oaks Mall is less than a mile away and has bargains for the whole family.
Players Bluegrass Downs
Players Bluegrass Downs is a horse track in Paducah, Kentucky featuring harness and quarter horse racing. Whether you're feeling lucky or just there to watch, you're sure to have a great time!
Paducah International Raceway
If you'd rather see cars racing than horses, Paducah International Raceway is where you will want to be! Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.
The Paducah trolley provides free rides through downtown and the Lowertown Arts District, with access to the National Quilt Museum, Finkel Building, and the Expo Center. Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.
The Paducah Waterfront features a variety of stunning murals depicting the history and heritage of the Paducah area. Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.
LowerTown Arts District
The LowerTown Arts District is an emerging arts district in an historic neighborhood in Paducah, largely the result of an artist relocation program which has attracted artists from all over the country. Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.
Port of Paducah
Paducah's scenic riverfront is the site of steamboat dockings, fireworks, concerts and festivals throughout the year. Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.
National Quilt Museum
Kentucky has a long quilt-making heritage and the beautiful quilts on display at the National Quilt Museum of the United States is a must-see. Photo courtesy Paducah CVB.