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Hamilton County's diverse and dynamic shopping scene is the perfect fit for every taste and budget. Between its bustling open-air malls - Clay Terrace Lifestyle Center and Hamilton Town Center and super chic boutiques like Gallery 116 and 14 Districts, its designer fashions, artists and red-hot retailers, you could easily spend several days - one extremely memorable girlfriend getaway - indulging yourself.
So unleash your inner fashionista, gather your best gal-pals and escape for a weekend of shopping, sipping, bonding and blissing. It's all here in Hamilton County, Indiana!
A small shop located at the corner of 9th and Conner in Noblesville. They carry a wide array of gifts, favors, and greeting cards, home decor garden items, Signature Pottery, vintage, and antique
Upscale antique shop specializing in antiques and appraisals. We do carry lamp shades and lamp parts as well as offer-silver polishing and other metals.
This small but creative gallery packs in many featured artists with displays of blown glass and decorative mosaic pieces. Art Splash Gallery also features Indiana Glass Trail artists, Ben Johnson and
The Basile Gift Shop is perfect for concert guests as well as visitors throughout the day. Located along the Monon Greenway, guests can enter the gift shop from the East Lobby of the Palladium. The
Bath Junkie is a handmade bath and body studio. Products include phosphate-free bubble bath, paraben and mineral oil free moisturizers, spa tub-safe crystals, SLS-free gels and much more. Pick the
The Carmel Arts & Design District is an official Indiana Cultural District offering art galleries, design houses, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, spas, sculpture gardens, antiques, specialty shops and
In Carmel City Center, residents and business professionals need only step out of their front door to access retail, restaurants and entertainment. Visitors enjoy a full day of fun with activities and
A historic building that once housed the first fire truck in Carmel is now home to over 70 dealers. Booths feature antique furniture, toys, dolls, pottery, books, jewelry, coin operated machines,
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032