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Hadley Pottery Co
Downtown

Hadley Pottery Co

We are the makers of M.A. Hadley pottery, factory and sales room. Still being made in the same and only building for 78 years. Selling dinner ware, gifts, pet…

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Indulge The Spa
Southern Indiana

Indulge The Spa

The newest indulgence at Horseshoe Southern Indiana, Indulge The Spa is the place to prepare for a big day or unwind after one!

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Kizito
Bardstown Rd./Baxter

Kizito

Kizito, Inc. is owned and operated by Elizabeth Namusoke Kizito, who was born under a banana tree in Africa. Elizabeth’s father taught her the art and business…

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KMAC Museum Shop
Downtown

KMAC Museum Shop

KMAC Museum is a free-admission art museum in downtown Louisville on Museum Row. Our regularly rotating exhibitions showcase the best of contemporary art from…

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Lolli and Pops
Louisville, KY

Lolli and Pops

The premium purveyor of candies & confections with favorites from the US as well as all over the world. Our mission is to make the world sweeter by delighting…

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Louabull
Downtown

Louabull

Louabull is an extraordinary tee shirt and gift gallery. Our tees are designed to highlight Louisville and Kentucky. Most of our unique gift items cannot be…

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Louisville Tea Company
East End/Hurstbourne

Louisville Tea Company

Louisville Tea Company is proud to have the region's largest variety of specialty and rare loose leaf teas and herbs; also specializing in tastings, gift…

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Louisville Visitor Center
Downtown

Louisville Visitor Center

Looking for a place to kick off your visit to Louisville? Start at the Louisville Visitor Center in the heart of downtown at the entrance to the 4th Street Live!…

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Mall St. Matthews
East End/Hurstbourne

Mall St. Matthews

More than 140 specialty retailers including Dillards, Vera Bradley, Cheesecake Factory, CineMark Movies, Arhaus, Ann Taylor Loft, Brooks Brothers, J. Jill,…

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Messie Shop
Downtown

Messie Shop

Dedicated to indulging the five senses through a thoughtfully curated and sophisticated environment. Messie Shop is an experiential retail concept boutique. Home…

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Middletown Cycling
East End/Hurstbourne

Middletown Cycling

Middletown Cycling is Louisville’s outlet for all things cycling - friendly environment, professional service and knowledgeable staff, coupled with a one…

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Miller & Co
Downtown

Miller & Co

Gift shop featuring locally sourced, artisan products; named for Mary M. Miller, America’s first female steamboat captain, who hailed from Louisville.

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Mint Julep Experiences
Downtown

Mint Julep Experiences

From crafted public bourbon tours to fully-customized experiences, Mint Julep Experiences is Kentucky’s premier tour company for the Kentucky Bourbon Trail®,…

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Mitchell’s Jewelry
Southern Indiana

Mitchell’s Jewelry

The perfect shop for unique gifts and collectibles, jewelry boxes, watches, and reproductions of Jacquelyn Kennedy jewelry pieces.

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A Shopping Destination

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.

Shopping in Downtown Louisville

Shopping in downtown Louisville is as varied as its dining scene. Find an authentic Louisville gift from the exquisite creations of glass at Glassworks,  authentic Kentucky-made crafts at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft or the state's oldest hand made pottery at the 200 year-old Stoneware.

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 and the largest Forever 21 in the state.
  • Oxmoor Center is a beautifully renovated shopping destination with favorites like Macy's, Von Maur, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, lululemon and Dick's Sporting Goods as well as 110 specialty stores.
  • The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass is the talk of the town in Kentucky. With a 30 minute drive from Louisville, you'll find Coach, Banana Republic, Gucci, J Crew, Under Armour, Polo Ralph Lauren and more.
  • Paddock Shops Lifestyle Center, setting the pace, for shopping and dining in Louisville. A pedestrian friendly, family environment with events, restaurants, and stores. For more Information visit www.paddockshops.com

Louisville Antiques

If your passion is antiques, Louisville has you covered. With some of America’s largest and most unusual antique stores, Louisville 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.

A museum-like experience, Joe Ley Antiques is a must stop for any antique lover.  A former 1890 schoolhouse is now a reliquary of antique housing fixtures, appliances, building materials and other architectural ornaments.

Louisville Gifts and Merchandise

souvenir louisvilleVisitors 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.

The Louisville Visitor Center is in the heart of downtown Louisville, adjacent to the Kentucky International Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency at the corner of 4th and Jefferson Streets.