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Planning a Trip to the National Quilt Museum? Start Your Journey Here!

We look forward to seeing you in Paducah, KY, Quilt City, USA!  We want you to make the most of your trip to Paducah.  The tools on this page will help you plan your trip.

For information on National Quilt Museum current exhibits, click here.

To see museum online exhibits at Google Arts, click here.


 

Tickets:

You can purchase your tickets at the front-desk when arriving at the museum.  It is not necessary to purchase tickets in advance.  

 

General Adult Admission $12
Seniors (62 and older) $11
Students $5
Under 12 Free with Adult
   

Pandemic Policies and Procedures:

Fully Vaccinated guests are not required to wear masks in the museum

All other guests are required to wear masks except for youth 12 and under.

  • Museum staff will be wearing masks for the safety of all museum visitors.

  • Masks are available at the front desk upon request.

  • You will see hand sanitizer stations throughout the building. Please use these stations to insure cleanliness.  

  • The National Quilt Museum is cleaning all high touch areas throughout the day including restrooms and door handles.
        

If you have questions about pandemic policies and procedures, please contact the museum at 270-442-8856.


Experience Paducah:

The National Quilt Museum should only be the beginning of your Paducah experience. For information on other area attractions, restaurants, stores, and other things to do, visit Paducah.travel.

 

 


 

 

Directions:

National Quilt Museum

215 Jefferson Street
Paducah, KY 42001

Directions

The Museum is located about 5 miles from both exits 4 and 11 off of I-24

 

A few hours from five major cities:

Nashville 140 miles
St. Louis 170 miles
Memphis 180 miles
Louisville 220 miles
Chicago 370 miles
Free Parking: Parking at the museum is FREE. The museum has two parking lots. Cars may use either lot. RVs and trucks should use the lot at 2nd and Monroe behind the building. You will see two signs with the letter “P” at the RV lot entrance. Parking is also allowed on Monroe Street (endorsed by Harvest Hosts).

 

Hours:

Monday - Saturday
All year
10am - 5pm
Sundays
The National Quilt Museum is open on Sundays from 1pm-5pm March 1st through November 30.  The museum is closed on Sundays December 1st through February 28th.
1pm - 5pm

CLOSED:
Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day


 

Galleries are fully wheelchair accessible and the museum has wheelchairs available for guest use.

Non-flash photography and video is permitted in the museum galleries for personal use only. More info

Special rates are available for groups.
To book your group please contact Frank Bennett at 270-442-8856 x202.

Artists represented on this page: Caryl Bryer Fallert, Ricky Tims, Mark Sherman, Linda Goodmon Emery, Sue Benner, Paula Humphries, Jonathon Shannon.

Current Exhibits

08aprAll Day23augNew Quilts from an Old Favorite

13mayAll Day02augFollow the Thread

08julAll Day25octFrom Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined)

22julAll Day04octTotems: Personal Stories in Fiber

05augAll Day18octContemporary Curves

26augAll Day01novTribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats

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Calendar of Events

August

08julAll Day25octNew Exhibition: From Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined ) by Esterita Austin

22julAll Day04octNew Exhibition: Totems: Personal Stories in Fiber by Bits Art Quilters

05augAll Day18octNew Exhibition: Contemporary Curves by Audrey Esarey

26augAll Day01novNew Exhibition: Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats by Patricia A. Montgomery

26aug5:00 pm7:00 pmMeet the Artists Reception with Patricia A. Montgomery and Audrey Esarey

September

08julAll Day25octNew Exhibition: From Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined ) by Esterita Austin

22julAll Day04octNew Exhibition: Totems: Personal Stories in Fiber by Bits Art Quilters

05augAll Day18octNew Exhibition: Contemporary Curves by Audrey Esarey

26augAll Day01novNew Exhibition: Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats by Patricia A. Montgomery

01sepAll DayBlock of the Month: New Pattern

Contact Us

For questions, please call the museum at 270-442-8856 or fill out the form below.

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