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Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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Nashville Shopping

In a true metropolis like Nashville, which caters to over a million and a half of it's own citizens as well as servicing a large influx of tourists, when it comes to Nashville shopping you won’t run out of options any time soon.

The malls
Like most cities that have experienced rapid growth in the last few decades, Nashville shopping has benefited from the explosion of shopping malls. More and more, people are able to get everything they need in one place.

Almost certainly known by all the locals, “The Arcade” is Nashville's oldest mall. Located in the downtown area, it first opened over 100 years ago and is still in business today. Perhaps not as big or as varied as some of the newer malls, for anyone looking to combine history with the Nashville shopping experience, this is certainly an interesting spot to check out.

On the other end of the spectrum of Nashville shopping malls, there's “Opry Mills,” which advertises as featuring “the best names in retail and manufacturing outlets” such as Nike, the GAP Outlet, Old Navy, Saks Fifth Avenue and more.

Opry Mills is within walking distance from the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center and just happens to be right next door to the Grand Ole Opry. So while indulging in the Nashville shopping experience you can opt to include it's most famous export –country music.

If your Nashville shopping experience includes finding something to wear, then you've got check out the “Cool Springs Galleria.” They offer just about everything in clothing, from Macy's to Dillard's to fine European fashions.

Discount shopping
It’s well known that Nashville offers a low cost of living to its residents. If you'd like to take advantage of Nashville shopping and some of it's extremely reasonably priced venues, then you should definitely check out “Big Lots,” which offers shoppers over ten stores full of discounted products to choose from.

Big Lots also sells brand-name products, including consumables, furniture, toys, electronics and house wares at some of the lowest prices you'll find anywhere in America. You'll get your money's worth with change to spare at this Nashville shopping mecca.

Antiques and collectibles
Nashville shopping also offers plenty of older artefacts as well. If antiques and collectables are you cup of tea, why not peruse the shops around 8th Avenue South. Not far from downtown, it's a pleasant and easy to access area of Nashville that makes a happy hunting ground for those who are hoping to find that special (and possibly valuable) ancient relic. You might want to plan your visit to coincide with the monthly local auction at Douglas Corner.

Tip: Take note, they only open their doors for just one night per month and boast an evening of “auctioning mayhem.” A fun and unique time is guaranteed for everyone in attendance as 8th Avenue South is known to be a premier antiques district and a collector's haven. Be sure to get there early if you want a seat.

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