As stunning as Tennessee’s rolling hills and lush green mountains are, sometimes you’re more in the mood to spend your day exploring shops than exploring the wilderness. If that’s the mood you’re in, check out these top shopping outlets in Tennessee.
The home of country music also happens to be the home of some outstanding shopping. You’ll find over 180 shops, restaurants, and entertainment destinations at this expansive mall.
The Avenue is an expansive and stunning shopping complex, or as it’s more accurately called, a lifestyle complex. The open-air shopping mall is lined with enough beautiful stores, restaurants, and entertainment options to spend all day (or more) exploring.
Nestled in beautiful Chattanooga is the equally gorgeous Hamilton Place. This indoor mall has two levels full of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and more. Have the kids in tow? Don’t miss the play area where your kids can let loose and have their own fun.
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Gatlinburg is the heart of the Smoky Mountains’ tourism industry - a place where people from around the world can embrace a quaint mountain life. The Village Shops embraces that aesthetic and brings you all the quirky charm you could want, making it the perfect place for some shopping off the beaten path.
West Town Mall is the perfect place to go in Knoxville to scratch your shopping itch. This classic traditional mall has all your favorites: Dillard’s JCPenney, Belk, and so many more.
Open-air shopping and dining complexes today are a popular trend throughout the country, but Saddle Creek was the first shopping center in the US to be developed as a lifestyle center. Head to Germantown to check it out for yourself and fill your cart while enjoying a slice of history.
For over 30 years, the Bradley Square Mall has been a meeting spot, shopping destination, and foundational piece of the Cleveland community. Stop in to check out department stores, find independent boutiques, and see a movie.
If you prefer to walk to the beat of your own drum, you’ll fit in perfectly with the Overton Square crowd. In Midtown Memphis, this funky and eclectic shopping district always has something new and unseen to discover.
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Some shopping centers are places for browsing the racks and having a fun outing while others are all about running errands and crossing items off your shopping list. At Brentwood Place, you can do both with a combo of fashion boutiques, pharmacies, bakeries, and so much more.
The Oaks is the perfect place to go in Murfreesboro if you’re looking for plenty of options. This 32-acre development has major retailers ranging from apparel shops to furniture and appliance stores just to name a few.