Nestled in the quaint town of Taylorsville, Kentucky is a historic hub that has stood the test of time, Main Street. Main Street is the heartbeat of the Taylorsville and Spencer County community. The town of Taylorsville was established in 1799 and through fires, floods, times of decline and growth; Main Street continues to hosts manicured sidewalks that are lined with history, businesses, and government buildings. Main Street is the home of many staple businesses, from a historic hardware store that still has the charm of original hardwood floors to a boutique-style shop and many in between. Main Street is the source of purpose for Taylorsville's historic district, which is shown through veteran memorials that adorn the center of Main Street and the notable buildings that frame the streetscape. This sense of history is what keeps the community of Taylorsville linked together; and it shows through the charmed Main Street. The town has truly embraced history and honored their ancestors by repurposing many buildings for new uses such as a charming eatery, the Tea Cup, which remodeled a gas station into a must-see bakery and lunch destination. Also, the original jail house now preserved and used to host events downtown such as Dinner in Jail which kicks off the Kentucky Gourd Society Festival. The Main Street in Taylorsville has something to offer everyone from antique shopping at the Red Scooter, to hosting a beautiful wedding at the Event Center, as well as enjoying fall festivals and the local farmer's market on Saturdays, you will feel welcome in this charming downtown. As the town continues to bloom, future plans include a walking trail around the levee and scenic development that would connect the downtown to the Taylorsville Lake, which is one of Kentucky's state parks. Thanks for choosing our Main Street!