Go Antique Shopping March 24
Crispy March weather provides the perfect time to go antique shopping. The weather is too cold to really enjoy outdoor activities, but not too cold to go boutique-hopping. If you like antiques, you’ll find several Louisville stores that you love.
Hunting for Antiques in Louisville
There are many antique stores in Louisville where you can find some amazing items. Go to the Crazy Daisy at 1430 Mellwood Avenue, in the Irish Hill neighborhood. You’ll find lots of interesting stuff at Goss Avenue Antiques, 946 Goss Avenue, in Germantown. Both are just blocks away from another Louisville neighborhood: Tyler Park.
All Around the Park
Tyler Park is surrounded by panoramic cemeteries. Some people may think that's a bit macabre, but you couldn't ask for quieter neighbors. The community is lively, too. Baxter Avenue Theaters and Mid City Mall are both within the boundaries of the neighborhood, and people from all over Louisville come here to shop and be entertained.
There are lots of restaurants nearby, and Tyler Park has easy access to all the excitement of Bardstown Road. The most distinctive feature of the community may be the Tyler Park Bridge, built out of limestone in 1904.
Lots of the homes here have gorgeous park views, which make Tyler Park a popular place to live. The Tyler Park neighborhood association holds community events every year to keep neighbors involved and acquainted with each other.
Tyler Park is a quiet little getaway in the midst of some of the city's best shopping, eating and entertainment. If you go antique shopping in Louisville, you'll be close to Tyler Park several times. Take a closer look at this part of the city, and you may not want to leave.
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