Visit Mayfield Graves County Tourism Commission for more information on Mayfield tourist destinations.
Mayfield is well-known for its antiques and visitors can spend hours browsing for treasures in our beautiful, historic downtown’s antiques stores. Shopping in Mayfield is a treasure-hunt in itself, as our business owners pride themselves in offering unique items at reasonable prices.
Mayfield is well-known for its antiques – and visitors can spend hours browsing for treasures in our beautiful, historic downtown’s antiques stores such as Mayberry Antiques, A Walk in the Past, Vintage Depot, and In Its Time Antiques. In other areas of Mayfield, antique treasures can be found at King’s Flowers and Gifts, and at The Antique Store on North 15th Street Shopping in Mayfield is a treasure-hunt in itself, as our business owners pride themselves in offering unique items at reasonable prices. A day trip with the kids to Sissy & Me, Too’s boutique can leave you with a special “one-of-a-kind” ceramic gift, and every one of your senses will be stimulated with a visit to Katie J’s, where you’ll find a huge selection of Vera Bradley® items, Tyler® candle products, and unique clothing, baby gifts and fine china.
Downtown visitors will fine one of the largest selections of Carhart® clothing and gifts at Outfitters Connection, the latest in home décor and silk floral arrangements at Mayfield Trading Post, beautiful gold and silver jewelry at the Gold Nugget, and a very special “for women only” consignment store, Our Little Secret.
Shopping centers throughout Mayfield include Colonial Square, Mayfield Shopping Plaza, Fountain Square, and Wyatt Crossings, where you’ll find some of the larger, chain stores such as Peebles, Hibbetts, Cato, Big Lots and Tractor Supply, in addition to many other interesting stores.
The Mayfield Graves County Art Guild has a vision of promoting art appreciation and education. Located in an authentic 1920s Icehouse in downtown Mayfield, the Ice House Gallery exhibits original work of regional artists and seasonal events throughout the year, and houses the West Kentucky Museum which features a sampling of items that declare the rich legacy of Mayfield and Graves County.
The purchase players have been entertaining audiences throughout Mayfield and Graves County with quality performances for more than thirty years.
Frisbees are for more than giving your canine a workout in Mayfield’s Kess Creek Park. Located off South 10th Street extended, the park currently offers 18 ‘targets’ of professional disc golf for enthusiasts of the flying saucer sport.
The Gardner home is named Edana Locus for Ed and Ana Gardner - and locus from the Latin meaning ‘place.’ The name is located on the pillars on the front entrance to the grounds. The home appears to be a perfect expression of the character and personality of the remarkable man who lived there. The grounds include an arboretum, including one of every species of tree grown in KY.
Area golfers have two 18-hole semi-private courses to choose from. One is located on West Broadway at the Mayfield Country Club, and the other on Cuba Rd at South Highland Country Club.
The 18-figure group was erected in the late 1890's by Henry G. Wooldridge. He is the only person entombed on the lot. Colonel Wooldridge raised, raced, and sold horses in the Mayfield / Graves County area. He never married after his first and only love died in a riding accident years before in Tennessee. About 1880, as Col.
Wooldridge neared 60 years of age, he moved to Mayfield, where he lived until his death on May 30, 1899. The group of monuments consist of two statues of Henry- one astride his favorite horse, Fop and another with him standing beside a lectern.