Paducah’s Giant Indian Sculpture ‘Wacinton’ Honors Chickasaw

5.0 02 PADUCAH, KY – Wacinton is the name of the giant Indian statue that sits along Park Avenue in Noble Park next to the tennis courts in Paducah, KY. Wacinton means “to have understanding.” It was hand-carved in 1985 by Peter “Wolf” Toth from a local 56,000 pound red oak. A  plate at the […]

The Mellow Mushroom, Paducah, KY

5.0 03 PADUCAH, KY – The Mellow Mushroom is a pizza chain decorated with local art inside the former Coca Cola Bottling plant at the corner of Broadway Street and Lone Oak Road. HOURS Monday-Thursday (10:30 AM – 11:00 PM) Friday-Saturday (10:30 AM – 12:00 AM) Sunday (10:30 AM – 10:00 PM) Mellow Mushroom 3121 […]

Queen of the Mississippi, Downtown Paducah, KY

5.0 01 PADUCAH, KY – The Queen of the Mississippi is a 150-passenger riverboat cruiseliner that docks at the Port of Paducah at the foot of Broadway Street in beautiful downtown Paducah, KY. While docked tourist are cordially greeted by Paducah Ambassadors (dressed in red) answering any questions they may have about the Norman-Rockwell-like town […]

River Discovery Center Museum, Paducah, KY

5.0 01 PADUCAH, KY – River Discovery Center is a history museum with a strong focus on the four rivers that meet in the region located at 117 S. Water Street in Paducah, KY. The River Center is a private and non-profit organization in an historic building with an old faded out advertisement on the outside […]

The Carson Center, Paducah, KY

5.0 03 PADUCAH, KY – The Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center is a  non-profit multi-use building for concerts, live theatre, events and more located at 100 Kentucky Avenue in downtown Paducah, KY. The main concert hall/theatre seats 1806 people. And with the farthest seat being only 112 feet from the stage, there’s no bad seat […]