Paducah, KY

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Located in McCracken County, Kentucky, Paducah is a micropolitan hub brimming with cultural richness. In 2013, the city was designated as the world’s seventh “City of Crafts and Folk Art” by the UNESCO. It is located where the Tennessee and Ohio rivers meet, roughly halfway between and St. Louis, Miss. and Nashville, Tenn.

Paducah has a population of approximately 25,000, as of the 2012 U.S. Census.

Residents enjoy a rather mild climate, with summer temperatures reaching the 90s while in the winter averages hover around the high 30s. During the cooler months, the average snowfall is around 2 inches.

Attractions and activities in Paducah

As a world leader in culture, Paducah offers an authentic experience full of folk art, fine dining and eclectic accommodations. All across town, you can find a variety of art from culinary artists, to painters, potters and print and jewelry makers. A major attraction is the National Quilt Museum, which showcases more than 400 works of art in exhibits that rotate up to 10 times per year. The Flood Wall Murals along the riverfront boast more than 50 life-sized murals depicting the city’s colorful history. While you’re there, catch a breath of fresh air along the Paducah Riverwalk.

Downtown, residents and visitors admire the 19th century architecture as they filter in and out of the antique shops and boutiques. You won’t want to miss a stroll through the tree-lined streets of LowerTown, which is Paducah’s oldest neighborhood and home to the prestigious Artist Relocation Program.

Paducah also features its very own wineries and wine tastings. Savour fruit flavors at Purple Toad Winery or Glisson Vineyard & Winery at Market House Square. The city also enjoys a number of ethnic restaurants and bakeries.

Moving to Paducah

Simplify your move to Paducah with Allied Van Lines. Allied provides an array of moving services, including electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly and self-pack materials. Paducah moving companies also offer vehicle transportation, so you won’t have to worry about making back-and-forth trips from your old home to your new one.

To drive here, the city is accessible via Interstate 24 and U.S. Highways 60 and 62. If you’re looking for flights, the nearest airports are Barkley Regional Airport, located 10 miles away.

Keep in mind that with Allied Van Lines, you’ll receive no surprise pricing and no hidden fees. Find out how this moving company can help you today.

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