Shelbyville, Tennessee... Whiskey, Horses, and History.
Shelbyville, Tennessee, is known as a center for the Tennessee Walking Horse industry. Home to the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, the town is also rich in shopping and dining experiences, arts and entertainment in its downtown area.
One of the shops is Marsha’s on the Square. Browse the boutique and appreciate the intricate work of Marsha Shepard, owner of the store and creator of the Marsha de Arriaga label. The store offers high quality English riding apparel and Western attire. Since 2006, Marsha de Arriaga attire has adorned award-winning walking horse riders, as well as famous artists and musicians.
For comfortable and stylish women’s clothing and accessories, enter J. Jordan Boutique. The store promises finds that will help you be confident and be different.
Stop by Gingham Jellybean for children’s clothing and accessories and friendly service. At the Pomegranate Shoppe, you’ll find home décor and antiques. The blend of aromas from candles will welcome you and provide a pleasant experience in a relaxing atmosphere.
You’ll discover cozy eateries serving tasty food. Pope’s Café serves burgers, meat and vegetable dishes and succulent pies. Bocelli’s Pizza and Pasta Shoppe’s menu features delicious items, including handmade pizzas made with secret family recipes. Not only does the restaurant offer amazing meals but it offers a beautiful environment. Art pieces cover the walls, adding a splash of color and artistry to the space.
Browse the shops, enjoy a delicious meal and see a movie. When you visit the Capri Theater, you’ll discover a beautiful Art Deco building and history that goes back to the early 1940s, when it was called the Princess Theatre.
The Fly Arts Center provides a stage to talented performers and invites you to see a play and appreciate the exhibits. The center also offers arts and drama classes for children and adults.