Shopping in Louisville
Shopping in Louisville for Selection and Convenience
Louisville shopping is a treat for the distinguishing tastemaker, the committed bargain hunter, and even the casual window shopper. With shopping districts of all stripes located throughout Louisville and surrounding communities, it’s no wonder Louisville has become a shopping destination for much of the South and Midwest.
To find a specific business or browse Louisville’s many shopping options, consult the Louisville Business Directory.
Shopping in Downtown Louisville
Shopping in downtown Louisville is as varied as its dining scene. Find exquisite creations of glass at Glassworks or Flame Run, or authentic Kentucky-made crafts at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft.
One downtown Louisville destination not to be missed is storied Fourth Avenue. Known as Fourth Street until 1981, Fourth Avenue has again become the place for generations of diners, theater-goers and urbanites to see and be seen.
Suburban Shopping around Louisville
The East End/Hurstborne area of Louisville has grown over recent decades to become a thriving collection of communities just minutes away from Louisville proper. For shoppers, The East End is where you’ll find three of Louisville’s largest shopping malls.
Mall St. Matthews is home to more than 140 specialty retailers including Arhaus, Ann Taylor Loft, Brooks Brothers, J. Jill, Pottery Barn & Williams-Sonoma.
Oxmoor Center is a beautifully renovated shopping destination with favorites like Macy's, Von Maur, Sears and Dick's Sporting Goods as well as 110 specialty stores.
Summit Lifestyle Center features 60 exciting retailers & restaurants arranged around a Mediterranean-style village plaza with fountains, statuary & distinctive landscaping.
If your passion is antiques, Louisville has you covered. With some of America’s largest and most unusual antique stores, Lousiville is a great place to shop for lost treasures.
Complete with a Victorian cafe tearoom, Derby City Antique Mall is Louisville's newest antique mall and home to more than 100 dealers.
Any diehard Antique shopper must stop at Joe Ley Antiques which has been converted from an 1890 schoolhouse into a reliquary of antique housing fixtures, appliances, building materials and other architectural ornaments.
Louisville Gifts and Merchandise
Visitors can purchase Louisville merchandise at the Louisville Visitors Information Center, open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Located downtown adjacent to the Kentucky International Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency at the corner of 4th and Jefferson Streets, Louisville, Kentucky 40202, the Louisville Visitors Information Center is a one-stop shop for all your Louisville needs.