Stuck in the middle of cheesy souvenir shops, miniture golf and "Seen On TV" outlet stores is a wonderful place to buy quilts. The shop is quite little with quilts hanging in every conceivable nook and cranny of the two room store.
What to buy: I bought a wonderful quilt throw for $99 that would have cost over $200 in a department store.
If you are on the Virtual Tourist website then more than likely you will LOVE this store. They have one of the largest selections of maps you will ever see in one place. Although they do not have a web site, The Map Store does do an extensive mail-order business through their catalog. You can get yours by writing or calling the toll-free number below.
The store is visible from I-275, but not accessible. The easiest way to reach it is from the directions below
What to buy: Maps for every interest of just about every place on the planet. There are also books, globes, and other related items.
What to pay: Prices here are not cheap, but you will find very fine maps that are not available elsewhere
In West and East town malls you will find the sign with directions to shops located in the shopping center. As a rule those signs are on the main entrances of a building.
What to buy: The direction divide stores by kinds of things which are sold.
What to pay: What you can.
When I was back in Knoxville I used to go to this place a lot. The store has tons of used books in every category possible. You can trade in your old books for new ones. The prices are affordable and cheap.
What to buy: If you're a college student, the textbooks are extremely cheap. Most of them are under $10. A very great deal.