Shopping in Shepherdsville

50% Off at B CHIC Consignment & Boutique

Louisville

$50 $25

Guests peruse new and gently used designer fashions with special sections of St. John, Ferragamo, Coach, Vera Bradley, and Chicos

Up to Half Off High-End Resale Clothing at Snazzy's

Louisville

$20 $11

Ralph Lauren and True Religion clothing, cloth diapers from P. Pants, and accessories for men, women, and kids

Up to 71% Off Vaporizers with Oil Kits

Belknap

$69 $29

Rechargeable electronic vaporizers work for smokers who are lounging at home or on the go

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Belknap

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

Half Off at Sissy's Consignment & Boutique 

East Louisville

$30 $15

Rotating selection of boutique apparel and accessories, including designer jewelry and funky sunglasses

Half Off at Wildcat Mattress

Multiple Locations

$799.99 $399

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Luxurious, cozy mattresses from EZ Rest and Simmons made with memory foam and pillow tops, sourced from Kentucky-based manufacturers

50% Off Adult Movies and Toys at Hustler Hollywood

Lexington-Fayette

$80 $40

Discover adult movie, toys, and lingerie at this sex-positive shop founded by the daughter of Hustler's Larry Flynt

Half Off Accessories at Something Fun

Lexington-Fayette

$30 $15

Jewelry, gifts, and accessories including University of Kentucky watches, rings, and bracelets

$10 for Re-Sale Kids' Apparel 

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Re-sale kids' clothes range from baby to size 14, and hail from brands such as Matilda Jane, Gymboree, and Ralph Lauren

Up to 53% Off Custom-Made iPhone Cases

Lexington-Fayette

$40 $20

Individually customized cases protect iPhone 4 and 5 devices

$200 Worth of Mattresses and Furniture at Trifecta Bedding

Lexington

$200 $49

Streamlined shop sells small inventory of premium mattresses and hardwood bedroom sets at discount prices

Select Local Merchants

Willis Music’s staff of dedicated musicians taps into the shop's century in business to guide fellow melody makers of all levels among more than 3,000 instruments and a jungle of accessories. Though in-store stock may vary, patrons can peruse racks for catalog items such as a Planet Waves chromatic headstock tuner, which dials in string tension using vibration ($39.99), or they can pacify rampaging folk singers with strums on a ukulele ($37.50+). A Peavey bass amp ($99.99) gives modern and vintage voice to bass guitars, and metal-encased DigiTech effects pedals ($49.99) awaken drowsy ears with four roaring styles of distortion. Customers can beat out rhythms on the skin of a Toca street djembe ($49.90) or browse various other African, Caribbean, Middle Eastern, and Irish hand drums captured, tamed, and refurbished by independent craftspeople.

4801 Outer Loop
Louisville,
KY
US

Bookworm in Corydon, IN has an inventory of over 30,000 used and rare books for sale and trade. We have been serving Indiana and Kentucky since 1983. You can find most genre of paperbacks like, Best sellers, Classics, Childrens, Sci-Fi, & Fantasy.

206 E Chestnut St
Corydon,
IN
US

Envisioned by two local artists, Viola’s Gallery cloaks beauty seekers in new and vintage clothing, varied accessories, and handmade artwork such as crafted jewelry and sculptures. New togs from Tulle, Covet, Topin, A’VE, Pin Up Girl, and Chic Star mingle with the vintage crowd, a heterogeneous assortment of classic styles that range from formal 1980s prom gowns to anti-compact-disc T-shirts from the 1920s. Spring dresses convince the shyest season to stick around at least until summer ($15–$35), and straw fedoras ($6) and sunglasses ($5–$11) allow winterized faces to once again enjoy the sun in style.

109 E Beaver St
Corydon,
IN
US

2145 Scout Mountain Rd.
Corydon,
IN
US

The rich soil of Walnut Grove Farm—tilled throughout more than 150 years and four generations—sprouts with flowers, shrubs, and trees sold in an eponymous onsite nursery. Arched greenhouses plant their pillars in the grounds' northwest corner, where they shelter shrubs such as boxwoods and holly, annuals such as petunias, mums, and pansies, and more than 80 fragrant perennials. Mulches chipped from hardwoods and cypress join peat moss and compost to blanket exposed roots, and a Gardener's General Store stocks country essentials ranging from grass seed to locally laid eggs. Walnut Grove's green-thumbed experts also emerge beyond the nursery walls to beautify lawns with landscape designs and routine maintenance such as edging, weed control, and flamingo herding.

16200 Eastwood Cut Off Rd
Louisville,
KY
US

Originally a limestone mine, the Mega Cavern was mined for 42 years, beginning in the 1930s, and is now the largest building in the state of Kentucky. The cavernous facility utilizes its 90-foot-high thoroughfares to unite guests with an exhilaration previously known only to highly caffeinated miners—ziplining. Customers can purchase separate tickets for a variety of attractions, including Mega Zips ziplining, open daily throughout the year, the Lights Under Louisville show running through January 1, and the Mega Tram, which runs beginning in mid-January. During Mega Zips tours of up to two hours, amateur spelunkers will stream across the subterrain’s six underground ziplines and dual racing lines under the sage supervision of the cavern's ACCT-certified experts. Along the way, guides will entertain guests with tales of the cavern’s rich history and uncanny impressions of stalagmites. Their newest attraction, Mega Quest, just opened in Fall 2013 and claims to be the only underground ropes challenge course in the world.

1841 Taylor Ave
Louisville,
KY
US