Points of Interest Near Visual Edge IT Paducah Kentucky

The National Quilt Museum

The National Quilt Museum honors today’s quilters and inspires future quilters with exceptional exhibitions, education, and programming. Our vision is to be America’s premier quilt museum, celebrating innovative and extraordinary quilts from the United States and around the world.


Lloyd Tilghman House & Civil War Museum

The former residence of West Point graduate and CSA Gen. Lloyd Tilghman, you’ll discover the detailed history of western Kentucky’s role in the Civil War and general history of the war.

Lloyd Tilghman house

Noble Park

Bob Noble Park is Paducah’s premier park with a variety of recreational activities on its 135 acres. The park is located at 2801 Park Ave with entrances on Park Avenue, H.C. Mathis Drive, and Cairo Road. The park is one of the most popular locations for events such as fundraising walks and 5K races, birthday parties, or an afternoon of enjoyment.

William Clark Market House Museum

The Interactive Timeline at the William Clark Market House Museum provides visitors with a chronological look at the history of Paducah, from the time of settlers who constructed the first framed buildings up through the first show of the American Quilter’s Association.