A Small Extravagance is a custom jewelry studio providing loose gemstones and gemstone strands of every variety, with custom jewelry and gemological services. Offering alternatives to the standard jewelry shopping experience, A Small Extravagance offers unique jewelry, along with a unique experience. Located on the corner of East Main Street and Walton Avenue in Lexington.
The Tack Shop of Lexington is a full service English tack shop catering to the "A" circuit show rider. The Tack Shop carries the latest trends from top brands including Pikeur, Grand Prix, GPA, Tailored Sportsman, Horseware Ireland, Parlanti, and many more. The place to shop for equestrian tack, clothing, accessories, supplies, and gifts. Conveniently located minutes from the Kentucky Horse Park.
Make sure to visit Lexington Pasta's Italian Boutique Store, a "one stop shop" located in the heart of downtown. You can buy freshly made pasta, sauces, pizza dough, ready to eat meals and much much more...and if you are hungry while you're there, you can even do their "Pasta Lunch". Don't forget to ask them about their pasta cooking classes- more fun than you can imagine!
Agritourism covers a diversity of farming operations including on farm markets, U-Pick vegetables, historic farms, riding stables, vineyards and wineries. Agritourism in the Bluegrass offers an opportunity to build relationships between the agricultural community and visitors to the Bluegrass. Make sure to visit one of their member farms.
Located in the heart of the Horse Capital of the World, the Explorium of Lexington offers adventures in fun and learning. The Explorium is one of the oldest children's museums in the United States, and is a fun and dynamic hands-on learning environment that inspires imagination and curiosity. The Explorium is host to many permanent and traveling exhibits, group programs, birthday parties, and camps.
The Headley-Whitney Museum features stunning jewels and bibelots created by the prestigious jewelry designer, George Headley III. Visitors will also see Headley's collection of oriental porcelains, paintings, masks and a changing decorative art exhibit. Headley had a passion for decorative arts and the museum continues to exhibit his work as well as regional and international exhibitions.