Discover the “arts and crafts capital of Kentucky” or the handcrafted treasures of Appalachia. Shop fabulous and funky Kentucky flea markets. Explore quilt, antiques and gift shops on quaint downtown squares across the state. Find fashionable fun and big discounts at the newest and largest Kentucky outlet mall.
From authentic and artistic to fun and unusual or upscale and stylish, if you’re partial to all-things-shopping, you’ll find that Kentucky offers a little something for everyone. Check out the full line of Kentucky shopping opportunities below including quirky Kentucky flea markets, specialty shops, art galleries and a new Kentucky outlet mall.
Outlet Mall - The newest Kentucky outlet mall, The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass, features more than 60 quality stores and restaurants. The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass is located in Simpsonville, KY 40067.
Antiques - Antique stores offer a real glimpse into the state’s past. Discover bourbon collectibles, horse racing memorabilia, furniture and heirlooms. From the big city of Louisville to quiet towns like Hazel, Kentucky, antiques are everywhere you turn in the Bluegrass State.
Flea Markets - From Civil War relics to vintage clothing and everything in-between, you could spend days mining through one-of-a-kind finds at Kentucky flea markets. Here are some Flea Markets you can visit: Berea Vendors Market, LLC in Berea; Derby Park Traders Circle Flea Market in Louisville; Flea Land of Bowling Green/Antique Mall at Flea Land in Boling Green; Shelby County Flea Market in Simpsonville and many others.
Food and Wine - Kentucky Wine Country. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Homemade regional sauces, seasonings and jams. Shopping for food and wine is as delicious as it is fun.
Galleries - With influential art communities such as Paducah, Berea and more, Kentucky offers an abundance of art galleries and artisan studios where you can meet the artists.
Kentucky Handcrafted - Discover unique, handcrafted pottery, woodworks, jewellery and furniture from some of the finest crafters in the country, especially in Kentucky’s Appalachian region.