Shop at the Made Market at the Pointe in Butchertown July 8
If it can be made by hand, you’ll probably find it at the Made Market this July. This summer market brings together some of the finest crafters in Louisville to show off and sell their handmade goods. You can see everything here, and you’ll want to come prepared to buy. Once you get a look at these goods, you’re going to start seriously shopping.
Browse the Made Market
Go to the Pointe in Butchertown to find the Made Market. That’s at 1205 E. Washington Street, just a few blocks outside of downtown Louisville right near the river. It’s free to come and browse all the amazing wares on display from local makers. The market is open from 10 am to 5 pm, and it’s jam-packed with goods you’ll want to buy.
Even if you come just to browse, come be a part of the fun, festival atmosphere. Butchertown is a neighborhood with a strong community spirit and plenty of stuff to see. Find out what kind of fun you can make for yourself in Butchertown while you’re in the neighborhood.
As long as you’re shopping, browse a bit around Butchertown to get a look at this historic part of Louisville. The real estate here is some of the most unique you’ll find anywhere. Butchertown was built in the 1820s, and you can still see the stamp of history on the shaded streets here. Washington Street is one of the neighborhood's great features, filled with tall homes in classic brick and stone designs. Greek Revival homes can be found here, but Butchertown is best-known for its collection of shotgun homes. Quaint, cozy, historic and beautiful -- there's lots of ways to describe the homes in this Louisville neighborhood.
You may have trouble finding words when you visit this neighborhood and get a good look at the unique style and culture here. Today, Butchertown is a very modern part of Louisville filled with hip professionals and entrepreneurs. The historic Thomas Edison House is here, and this neighborhood is still a beacon for inventive, creative minds. You'll see evidence of their efforts in their neighborhood everywhere. Butchertown is full of locally-owned places that reflect the Louisville culture. And because of the history here, you can definitely find some great authentic German cuisine, too.
What will you find out about yourself when you visit Butchertown? Go shopping this July, and you may find your new dream home soon.
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