If you're planning a trip to Nashville and want a souvenir to take home, try hitting up one of these shopping malls during your visit. You'll find specialty and department stores as well as dining and entertainment options at these Nashville and Middle Tennessee malls.
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100 Oaks Mall
There are numerous discount stores at 100 Oaks Mall. Located three miles south of downtown off Interstate 65, 100 Oaks is easier to access than many of the larger Nashville malls. It's also home to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
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Located off Interstate 65, CoolSprings Galleria is one of the premier shopping malls you'll find around Nashville, with more than 165 stores and the 500-seat Oasis Food Court within its one million square feet. There's a children's play area, Wi-Fi and cell phone charging stations. It provides a truly enjoyable shopping experience.
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Formerly Hickory Hollow Mall, Global Mall at The Crossings is an indoor mall just east of Interstate 24. It has an international theme with retailers influenced by Hispanic, African and Middle Eastern cultures.
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No other place offers the shopping and entertainment value that Opry Mills does. The state's largest outlet shopping center features many specialty shops and major stores including Bass Pro Shops. For entertainment, visit the movie theater, Aquarium Restaurant or Rainforest Cafe. You must see it to believe it.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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Prime Outlets at Lebanon is 25 miles east of Nashville and features designer outlet stores such as Ann Taylor, Polo Ralph Lauren and Brooks Brothers. Find savings from 25- to 65-percent off.
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Providence MarketPlace, located in Mount Juliet just 10 miles east of the Nashville Airport, offers a diverse mixture of stores. You'll find department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, a grocery store and a movie theater.
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RiverGate Mall, located in one of the largest shopping areas in the Nashville area, features more than 150 stores and 15 eateries. Several big-box stores anchor the mall.
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Stones River Mall is 30 minutes south of Nashville in Murfreesboro, Tenn. It features more than 50 stores including Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works and Zales as well as a Chuck E. Cheese.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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The Arcade is Nashville's oldest mall. Located in downtown Nashville between 4th and 5th avenues, The Arcade opened in 1903 and is definitely worth a visit because it is one of the few remaining malls of its kind in the world. Built in the Greek Revival style, this was one of the first covered shopping centers in North America.
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Located 30 minutes south of Nashville, The Avenue is an open-air mall that offers more than 100 retailers within its more than 800,000 square foot. It’s just off Interstate 24 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
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The Factory at Franklin is a shopping complex on the National Register of Historic Places. Retailers feature local culture and artisan goods. This shopping center in Franklin, Tenn., also hosts concerts and plays.
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The Mall at Green Hills is a luxury and upscale shopping center anchored by large departments stores. Retailers include Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, kate spade and Burberry. You'll also find specialty shops and dining.