Shopping near Downtown Louisville

Louisville ShoppingOxmoor Center: Although this mall is actually located just outside of the Louisville Loop, it is a popular shopping destination for locals in the area. The main department stores are the major draw to Oxmoor Center, so Sears, Macy's and Von Maur are the busiest stores in the mall. However, there are plenty of other options as well. Clothing stores, shoe shops, toy stores and plenty of fun casual dining spots contribute to the popularity of Oxmoor Center.

Jefferson Mall: This is an especially popular hangout destination for young residents of Louisville. The anchor stores in the Jefferson Mall are major department stores like Macy's, Sears and JCPenney, but it is the many clothing and jewelry stores that often get the most business. Visitors who plan to spend a lot of time exploring the mall will appreciate the great shopping options, surprising sales, the movie theater, the extensive dining choices and plenty of fun recreation options for shoppers of all ages.

Factory Stores of America: Shoppers who come to Louisville, Kentucky specifically for bargains on all their favorite items and brands will want to head straight to the Factory Stores of America. This is the perfect place to shop for clothing, sporting equipment, home furnishings and shoes in one convenient location. Visitors are often surprised to learn that prices are cheaper than in many other national outlet malls. There are a handful of casual dining options within the shopping area to complete the day.

Louisville Antique Mall: This incredible shopping destination is the ultimate place to browse, and travelers who are enthusiastic about antiques and collectibles will love it. The building itself is an old cotton mill that boasts exposed brick walls, so anyone with an interest in history or architecture will be impressed with the structure. Inside the building there are four floors of amazing antiques, some of which date back more than 200 years. The most common items to find for sale in the Louisville Antique Mall include mid-century office furniture, lamps and couches. Staff are friendly and can help shoppers to find exactly what they are looking for.

NuLu: In an effort to stay trendy, one area of downtown Louisville is now classified as NuLu. Just like SoHo and Tribeca, NuLu is an abbreviation that refers to a particularly hip area of the city. Anyone who is searching for unusual trinkets, exiting souvenirs or exotic art should head to NuLu. The streets are friendly for pedestrian shoppers, and the sheer number of art galleries and boutiques mean that travelers can find something to suit just about any tastes.