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1510 East Wood Street, Paris, TN, US, 38242

  • Phone: (731) 642-2838
  • Fax: (731) 642-7556
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Arts & Museums

»William Clark Market House Museum

William Clark Market House Museum is a unique museum in Paducah. The museum features rotating exhibits and artifacts related to Paducah's history.

121 Market House Square
Paducah, KY 42001

»National Quilt Museum

National Quilt Museum is a renown art museum displaying quilting and fibre art existing in the world. The museum attracts art lovers from 50 states and more than 40 countries worldwide.

215 Jefferson Street
Paducah, KY 42001

»The Super Museum

The Super Museum is a tribute to Superman, the much-loved fictitious super hero. Located in Superman’s home city, this museum is a mecca for fanatics of the American comic saga. Its entrance on Superman Square is impossible to miss, right across from the statue of the man himself. Owner Jim Hambrick has been collecting Superman-related items, memorabilia and novelties for over five decades. On display are over 20,000 pieces, some of which can be purchased as unique gifts and souvenirs.

517 Market Street
Metropolis, IL 62960

»Magnolia Manor (Cairo, Illinois)

Magnolia Manor, museum of Victorian settings, was the abode of the Galigher family. The owner, Charles A. Galigher, a successful Cairo trader was an associate of General Ulysses S. Grant. Managed by the Cairo Historical Association, this house museum represents a typical Southern Illinois style home of that era. The manor was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1969.

2700 Washington Avenue
Cairo, IL 62914
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