If you're planning a trip to Nashville and want to do a little shopping, try hitting up one of these malls during your visit. You'll find specialty and department stores as well as dining and entertainment options at these Nashville and Middle Tennessee shopping venues.
There are numerous outlet 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.
No other mall in the Nashville area offers the shopping and entertainment value that Opry Mills does. The state's largest outlet shopping center features many specialty shops and major national brand outlets. Stop in at the Aquarium Restaurant, Mission BBQ, or Bavarian Bierhaus for a bite to eat while you shop.
Located about 22 miles from Nashville off Interstate 65 in Franklin, CoolSprings Galleria is one of the premier shopping malls you'll find around Nashville. Within its 1 million square feet of space, there are more than 165 stores and a 500-seat Oasis Food Court. There's also a children's play area, Wi-Fi, and cell phone charging stations.
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.
RiverGate Mall in Goodlettsville is about 15 miles north of Nashville and is one of the largest shopping malls in the Nashville area. It features more than 150 stores and 15 eateries. Dillard's, Macy's, Sears, and JCPenney anchor the mall.
Lebanon Outlet Marketplace
Lebanon Outlet Marketplace is 25 miles east of Nashville in Lebanon and features designer outlet stores such as Ann Taylor, Polo Ralph Lauren, Coach Factory, and Brooks Brothers. You'll find great bargains on upscale merchandise, with savings up to 65 percent if you get lucky.
The Arcade is Nashville's oldest mall. Located in downtown Nashville between Fourth and Fifth 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.
The Avenue Murfreesboro is an open-air mall that offers more than 90 shopping and dining options within its more than 800,000 square feet. It’s just off Interstate 24 about 34 miles southeast of Nashville.
Stones River Town Centre, formerly known as Stones River Mall, is about 34 miles southeast of Nashville in Murfreesboro. It features more than 50 stores including Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works, and Dillard's as well as a Chuck E. Cheese's, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Olive Garden if you get hungry while you're shopping.
The Factory at Franklin is a shopping complex on the National Register of Historic Places and is near the famous Main Street of Franklin. Shops and restaurants feature artisan goods that reflect the local culture. The Factory at Franklin hosts fashion shows, concerts, fundraisers, and video shoots. It's a one-of-a-kind shopping experience about 22 miles from Nashville in historic Franklin.
The Mall at Green Hills in Nashville is a luxury and upscale shopping center anchored by large departments stores. Retailers include Tiffany & Co., OMEGA, Louis Vuitton, Nordstrom, and Burberry, among many other high-end shops and places to eat.