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National Quilt Museum Admission Pass

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    What to Expect
    Make your way to the National Quilt Museum, where you can present your voucher for admission. Tour the museum at your own pace, with plenty of time to see the exhibits that interest you most. Learn about the quilters that contribute work to each exhibit: the National Quilt Museum features celebrity quilters like Kaffe Fassett alongside unknown artists from the Midwest, Manhattan, or abroad.

    In addition to the quilts themselves, see art that celebrates quilting, like the museum’s quilt-inspired stained glass windows, and a trompe l’oeil, hand-carved wooden quilt. The museum was founded 25 years ago by a pair of quilting enthusiasts from Paducah, and it’s grown into the largest quilting-specific facility in the world. Plan your visit for a Wednesday for the chance to meet the YoYo Club of Paducah, who demonstrate hand quilting techniques on a wooden frame in the museum lobby. All galleries and exhibits at the National Quilt Museum are wheelchair accessible.
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    Departure Point
    National Quilt Museum
    Departure Time
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Return Details
    215 Jefferson Street,
    Paducah, KY 42001
    • Entry/Admission - The National Quilt Museum
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    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Children must be accompanied by an adult
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    I'm not a quilter but I enjoy any form of art. I was very impressed with the beauty of the pieces. I am more impressed with the craftsmanship of the pieces. It's not a really big building but you can get lost in time admiring the quilts and reading the information provided with
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    I had no preconceived notions of what I'd find here. What I did find was some of the most intricate works of fabric art I've ever seen. I appreciated the occasional chair in front of various pieces where I could sit and take in the macro view of these works. Then I could get
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    The employees and volunteers were friendly and eager to share their knowledge of the current quilts on display. I visited specifically to see the work of Victoria Findlay Wolfe and Danny Amazonas, the work was quite beautiful. The exhibits were will laid out, plenty of space
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    I have followed the quilt museum for a long time. First in magazines then via Facebook and Instagram. I finally had the opportunity to visit when I was in the area visiting a friend. I was not disappointed. It is truly an art museum with fabric and thread as the artist(s)
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    The quilts in this museum which rotate ( they have a lot of quilts in their collection) are absolutely beyond belief. I am not a quilter but now I want to try it. The special exhibits are incredible. The gift shop is amazing as well.
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