The National Quilt Museum supports the sustainability and growth of today’s quilting community by bringing the work of today’s quilters to new audiences worldwide. The museum is a 501c3 nonprofit organization primarily funded through the generosity of people and companies passionate about quilting.
The museum is located in Paducah, Kentucky and open year-round with new exhibits several times a year.
- Educational Programs
Through workshops and activities,adults and youth of all skill levels can gain hands-on experience with quilting.
- Museum Experience
Groups of 10-30 people visit the gallery and learn hands-on the basics of quilting by creating a unique quilt block souvenir.
- Block of the Month Club
Each month, a unique 10" block design is shared with members of the Facebook group. Finished quilts can receive a custom label and be entered for judging for an exhibit at the museum.
- Gift Shop
Exclusive items and unique art gifts sold in our gift shop benefit the museum.
- Become a Member
“Friends of the Museum” get special discounts and event invitations.
- Make a Donation
A tax-deductible donation of any size helps advance the art of quilting.
- Volunteer Program
Volunteer roles include interacting with visitors in the gallery, assisting with exhibit changes, and helping with class programs.
- Donate to the Auctions
Donate quilts or extra quilting materials for our fundraising auctions.
- Legacy Planning
Name The National Quilt Museum as a beneficiary in your will or estate planning.