Down Home Southern Indiana offers leisurely, crowd-free shopping and the very best in “shopping local.” With a wide variety of antique shops, stylish boutiques, quality Amish stores and main street mom and pops, that thoughtful gift is only a few memory-making miles away. Make a day of it, or spend a weekend in one of our historic hotels, cozy cabins, or charming B&Bs. Either way, we’ve made it easy for you to plan your trip.
Daviess County, Amish Country in Southern Indiana Shop the unmatched quality of Amish craftsmanship along the backroads of Davies County.
Downtown Corydon Quaint storefronts and friendly greetings are what you’ll discover in historic downtown Corydon. Here you can soak up the history and stroll from one shop to the next, all around the first Indiana state capitol building.
Downtown Jasper Chocolate is always the right gift to give. You’ll find it along with a variety of boutiques, home décor and other specialty shops along Main Street in Jasper.
Downtown Historic Newburgh The Heart of Newburgh gift shop, Oak Modern, and the Barefoot Cottage are among the many boutiques you’ll find in downtown Newburgh. This historic downtown delivers charm, style and convenience with one specialty store after another.
Gibson County Toy stores are hard to find, but not in Fort Branch, Indiana. At Grace’s Toys & Dolls, you’ll find popular and hard-to-find toys and brands. Also in Fort Branch, Graceful Lady Boutique is brimming with trendy and stylish fashions, hand-selected by our staff. A wide selection of home décor and holiday decorations will satisfy the most discriminating tastes. Finally, Teel’s Coffee & Chocolate in Princeton offers gourmet coffee, teas, chocolate and other treats. Gift baskets available.
Evansville Schön Boutique is worth the drive. Located in an historic home in a German heritage district, there is so much to see among the racks of clothing, accessories and gifts. Conveniently close by are several more boutiques you can include on this shopping excursion.
French Lick Here you will find interesting shops and neighborhood stores you won’t find in a mall. From clothing boutiques and antiques to chainsaw carvings, French Lick’s shopping is as unique as its name.
Huntingburg Historic 4th Street This charming town offers a wide range of shops from antiques and home décor to trendy clothing and outlet stores.
Lawrence County There is a treasure trove of boutiques and antiques in Lawrence County. White River Arts and Antiques in Bedford is a large, multi-level store filled with antiques, primitives, modern home decor. Maddielee Creations in downtown Mitchell features her own creations along with other boutique items.
Main Street Washington, Indiana The names of these shops say it all. A Touch of Heaven, A Wonderful Life, Lemon Tree Home Décor and Get Your Bling On are all located on Main Street and all indicate a happy day of shopping and bringing home some delightful finds.
Santa Claus, Indiana Of course, you would expect a gigantic Christmas store in Santa Claus Indiana, and you won’t be disappointed. Also, step into the Evergreen Boutique and Christmas Shop or Santa’s Toys and be enchanted with the selection.
Main Street Vincennes Shop Main Street Vincennes for boutiques, specialty stores, gift shops, and art galleries. The classic style of downtown Vincennes with so many stores makes it a blast-from-the-past shopping destination.
Clark and Floyd County boutiques Fashionable folks will love shopping at the many clothing boutiques in New Albany and Jeffersonville. Don’t miss Dress and Dwell, Sapphire on Spring Boutique, and Raven’s Roost Boutique. No shopping trip to Jeffersonville would be complete without a trip to Schimpff’s Confectionery, established in 1891. A 1950’s soda fountain sets the tone, but the candy is the star of the show.
Shop Southern Indiana. Take time to enjoy the holidays as you shop for gifts. Soak in the spirit of the season each shopping destination has to offer. Your most cherished gift-giving originates in Down Home Southern Indiana.