A nice short stop and full of historical details, especially Civil War. Not expensive and nicely air- conditioned
this was by far our most interesting stop in Paducah. It was amazing to see how well preserved such an assortment of items from the past have been preserved. The antique drug store with it's assortment of various remedies was particularity interesting. This was a fun and informative stop that was totally unexpected.
This museum has so many wonderful historical topics to explore, all dealing with people or events connected to Paducah, that you could stay for three hours and maybe not see it all. They have yellow storyboards at each case that will allow you to learn as much or as little as you might like. The staff are on hand to... More
There is a lot of stuff packed into a small museum about the history of residents fo Paducah. There are a few really historical items from famous people but mostly items from Paducahans you have never heard of. It doesn't cost much and is not a bad way to spend an hour or so.
Truly awesome museum with beautiful woodwork! I am a nurse and found it extremely interesting to see the antique medicines and medical instruments that date back 150 years!!! I have visited on different occasions and every time I have learned something new. I have always been greeted by friendly staff that seem to truly love their job! Penny is full... More
If you enjoy history then this is the place for you. The Civil War exibit from Camp Beauregard is one to go see. This is the only exibit in america that has actual pices from the camp. The Lincoln furniture is also a good exibit show furniture from the lincoln white house. If you are in Paducah and love history... More
Visit to Paducah was the quilt museum but the Market House Museum was excellent. Exhibits are well organized and accompanied by detailed history. Penny and Maddie are very friendly and informative. Would visit again.
Our family had a great time visiting with Penny and Maddie at the Market House Museum. Penny expresses an exuberant attitude about history. Her knowledge of the local history of Paducah is a valuable asset. By near and far the best afternoon we have spent in Paducah in a while.
It's a pleasure just getting to the Market House Muesum which is in the heart of historic downtown Paducah. Once there, a trip inside transports one to another time and place. History comes alive. Artifacts are displayed tastefully and each one is accompanied by a detailed history. It appears that everything is cleaned and dusted on a regular basis. It... More
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