Tennessee Shopping

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Tennessee Shopping

  • Beale St.

    Memphis Shopping

    There are all kinds of shops on Beale Street. From your typical t-shirt souvenir shops, to music stores, to craft stores. We went in every one we saw, looking for nothing in particular. We bought a few things, but mostly had fun looking through all of the unique merchandise! In addition, the vendors on the street were incredibly friendly! Anything...

  • Malls

    Nashville Shopping

    Shopping at it's best. I love this shopping location because there is everything for anybody. I love all the store choices and the parking lot is very large. All the stores are very large so there is plenty of room to move around and not be too crowded. I try to shop at this location as much as possible. It is the closest to my home if I cut...

  • Peabody Place

    Memphis Shopping

    Peabody Place is part of a downtown renewal effort that includes complexes of restaurants, shops and apartments. We saw it from the sightseeing van, but did not go in. Monday-Saturday, 10:00 AM to 12:30 AM Sunday, 11:00 AM to 10:30 PM Movies may start as late as 12:30 AM Monday-Saturday and as late as 10:30 PM on Sunday Starbucks opens at 7:00 AM,...

  • Books

    Nashville Shopping

    Shopping at Books-A-Million is one of my ZEN experiences !!! I love going into this huge Book store and getting lost. If I won the lottery, I think I would spend a great deal of the winnings here. I love to read and so do my children. They are also Books-A-Million fans. I belong to the points program and carry my discount card to gain points for...

  • Outlet malls in Pigeon Forge and...

    Anyone who has ever been to Pigeon Forge in Tennessee knows the place is full of outlet malls, restaurants, country music show theatres, etc. I prefer to spend most of my vacation in the National Park and avoid the crowds, but I have a soft spot in my heart for the orignial Eddie Bauer store in the Tanger Outlet mall, which has been converted into...

  • Sales Tax-Free Weekend

    Sales Tax Holidays begin every year at 12:01 a.m. on the first Friday in August and end at 11:59 p.m. the following Sunday. During this time, Tennesseans (or anyone shopping in Tennessee) can enjoy tax-free purchases on certain clothing (under $100), school and art supplies(under $100) and computers (under $1500).

  • Largest Indoor Flea Market in Tennessee

    If you ever find yourself traveling along Interstate 75 on a weekend, about half way between Knoxville and Chattanooga, a great place to stop and shop - or at least stretch your legs - is the Sweetwater Flea Market. More than 500 vendors sell their wares here on Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. till 5 p.m., rain or shine. With over 150,000 square feet...

  • Quality Items at Reasonable Prices

    I really enjoyed shopping at the Great Arts and Crafts Community which is located east of Gatlinburg off of US-321. It's a collection of about one hundred roadside shops of crafts. Now, these are not "tacky tourist trash"; instead, these places offer such items as handcrafted pottery, brooms, candles, quilts, leather goods, and jewelry. Also, there...

  • Enjoy a Trip Down Memory Lane

    This authentic old General Store, with original fixtures from 1923, is a wonderful place to browse. A special feature is an authentic '50's style soda fountain and ice cream parlor in the rear of the store, serving Mayfield's Ice Cream, a regional speciality. They also design and manufacture a large selection of nostalgic flour and feed...

  • candy

    The “original” Gatlinburg Candy Store started in 1939. Candies are made with Aunt Mahalia's old fashioned recipes. Candy makers still make each confection by hand, in small batches, in the glass enclosed kitchens. They sell Fudge, Chocolate, Crunchy Brittle, Fluffy Divinity, Heavenly Fudge, Homemade Assortment, Pecan Logs, Pecan Nests, Pecan...

  • Downtown

    Other than the usual tourist items, there is very little shopping in downtown Nashville. The city has an interesting Arcade in this area but you will have to visit the outlying malls if you want to do some serious shopping.

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