2006 Colby Taylor Drive
Richmond, KY 40475-8678
Phone: (859) 623-0063
Fax: (859) 623-7430
Shopping, dining and entertainment are all to be found at the Richmond Center. The shopping complex is home to several high street brands and International brands, as well as casual dining restaurants and two theatres. Stores like rue21, JCPenney, Belk, Hibbett Sports and Maurices can be found here.
The Richmond Peddler's Mall is conveniently located on the Eastern Bypass. The huge space is home to an eclectic collection from a number of different vendors, 281 booths and features everything from accessories to antiques. Stop by to browse the collection of antiques, home decor, jewelry, ceramics, collectibles, appliances and more. An interesting experience, you never know what little treasure you may find.
If you're looking for quality children's and maternity wear on a budget, Kid to Kid is a good place to stop by. The store has an eclectic collection for children of all ages, from toddler to teen. They also carry baby care and accessories like walkers, high chairs, bouncers and toys.
With about 150 purveyors offering the best of fashion, lifestyle and beauty, Fayette Mall is a regular haunt of savvy shoppers in the city. From well-loved department stores like Macy's and J.C. Penney to specialty stores like Godiva Chocolatier and Helzberg Diamonds, the center has something for everyone. An exciting play area ensures that kids won't get bored. The modern cinema in-house showcases the latest blockbusters. A fine range of food and drink establishments from coffee shops and fast food outlets to sit-down restaurants ensures a good choice to refuel. Check website for more.
The Morris Book Shop was opened by Jimmy Morris in 1937 and was owned by Joseph Houlihan in the 1950s. The bookstore had closed down and then reopened in 2008. It is a general interest bookstore that offers a wide array of books on various topics to choose from. The store has a virtual database from which the users can browse their collections. Loyal patrons swear by the friendly services by the staff and the amazing collection the store houses.
Worlds Apart is lovely store that focuses on women's clothing, home decor and furniture and gifting items. Everything available here is quite unique and all the designs are exclusive. There is a wide array of options to choose from for the shoppers. A truly delightful experience with trendy products, Worlds Apart stands true to its name providing an excellent shopping experience to the customers.
Established in 1975, Lexington Farmers' Market is an independent community mart. Open five days a week, the Pavilion at Cheapside Park is their year round location with three other locations in the city. Over 75 local vendors are represented, retailing the finest products such as fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, herbs, honey, baked goods, cheese and wine, jams, sauces and preserves, body care items and home decor. The cooperative occasionally organizes engaging social events.
Victorian Square, located in the heart of downtown Lexington, has been a shopper's hub always. It houses a wide array of shopping stores offering a variety of items. It has something for everyone. Right from handmade pottery to apparel with the most unique and latest designs, jewelry, accessories, there's a lot to shop! One special feature of the Victorian Square are the Kentucky-themed gifts which are hardly available anywhere else.