Shopping in Music City
Music City is open year-round with the greatest stores from fashion boutiques to record stores. We guarantee if you head to any of Music City's shopping malls, boutiques, and specialty stores you will find something that will fit your interests. Browse Nashville's shopping destinations here.
The Music City Shop has some amazing items - in-store AND online. Stop by the Music City Shop at the Nashville Visitor Center to pick up some unique music-themed merchandise for your friends and family. Or feel free to journey to the Music City Marketplace at our Nashville Visitor Center located in the Regions Building. Each product has been hand-selected from local artisan boutiques and craftsmen to provide the perfect curated selection of Nashville goods.
Music City has it all, music, great food, and the best places to shop. Although the fashion scene is growing, Nashville has so much more to offer in the greatest and most unique items. Lucky for you, we have narrowed down your choices by neighborhood, so no matter where you are, you know exactly where to shop in Music City.
BROWSE THE CATEGORIES:
8th Avenue • 12South • Belmont/Hillsboro Village • Berry Hill • Downtown • East Nashville
Germantown • Green Hills • The Gulch • Marathon Village • Opryland/Music Valley • SoBro
West of Downtown • Shopping Destinations
8th Avenue (Explore the Neighborhood)
8th Avenue is the place to be if you are a musician and looking to get the best instruments, or accessories. If you really want your personality to shine get a personal hat from Hatwrks.
- 8th Avenue Antique Mall
- Gruhn Guitars
12South (Explore the Neighborhood)
12South has the shops you need to complete the perfect outfit. From Emerson Grace specializing in denim and local accessory designers to Judith Bright holding an awesome selection of handcrafted jewelry. Also, White's Mercantile is a modern day general store and local hotspot you must see.
Belmont/Hillsboro Village (Explore the Neighborhood)
Hillsboro Village is populated by locals and college students. Which means there are some great activities, restaurants, and shops to take part in.
- A Village of Flowers
- Hey Rooster General Store
- Impeccable Pig
- A Thousand Faces
Berry Hill (Explore the Neighborhood)
Berry Hill is made up of colorful bungalows and independent specialty shops offering a great selection.
- Designer Renaissance & Black Box Coffee
- Beaded Bungalow
- Be Dazzled
Downtown (Explore the Neighborhood)
Nothing like window shopping down Nashville's Lower Broadway. We have the honky tonks blasting the tunes with many of the bands at the window, and there are shops in between offering you a peek at what is inside.
East Nashville (Explore the Neighborhood)
Nashville is music town filled with music lovers. Therefore, you can certainly find some great used records at local shops like Fond Object Records. Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co. is perfect for taking a piece of Music City home with you or munching down on some rich chocolate in the moment.
- Grimey's New & Preloved Music
- Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co.
- Project 615
- Fanny's House of Music
- Fond Object Records
- Hip Zipper
- Shoppes on Fatherland
Germantown (Explore the NEIGHBORHOOD)
If you want something really special then pick up a pair of Peter Nappi handcrafted leather boots which are sure to impress anyone. Don’t forget, you can send some sweets from Christie Cookie Company, The Cupcake Collection, or Sweet Creations Pie Bakery. And looking around the Nashville Farmers' Market at the fresh produce is always fun.
Green Hills (Explore the Neighborhood)
From boutiques to an upscale mall, some of Nashville’s best shopping can be found in Green Hills. Anchored by Dillard’s, Macy’s, and Nordstrom department stores, The Mall at Green Hills features such stores as Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Sephora, Kiehl’s, Kate Spade, Burberry, Tory Burch, BCBG, Apple, and many others. Make sure you stop by local boutique H. Audrey which is run and operated by singer/songwriter Holly Williams.
The Gulch (Explore the Neighborhood)
Two Old Hippies offers a live music stage and some great shopping. They even have a guitar vault for the musician in your family. If you are looking for a pair of boots, Lucchese Bootmaker and Nashville Boot Co. are a fine choice.
Marathon Village (Explore the Neighborhood)
Marathon Village is a 100-year-old warehouse where the Marathon, a car made in the early 1900s, was built. Now, inside are a ton of unique shops selling everything from handmade jewelry to antiques.
Opryland/ Music Valley (Explore the Neighborhood)
Opry Mills is Tennessee's largest outlet and value retail destination with over 200 stores. Plus, you can grab a cool, unique item from Nashville at the The Opry Shop. Make sure to go see a show at the Grand Ole Opry, too!
SoBro (Explore the Neighborhood)
Sitting in the heart of SoBro (South of Broadway in downtown) is a plethora of places to grab something to take home with you. From a historic poster commemorating a show or a unique dress to wear time and time again.
West End, Midtown, and The Nations are Nashville neighborhoods that are west of downtown and hold some fantastic shops that benefit a great cause. Places like Thistle Farms that employes and helps women who have survived lives of prostitution, trafficking, addiction, and life on the streets. Then, there's ABLE who aims to help women, both locally and globally, who have overcome challenges ranging from prostitution to a lack of opportunity.
Better bring an extra suitcase if you plan to shop at Nashville's malls. They have plenty of outlet stores to get all your shopping done in one trip.
- CoolSprings Galleria
- Edgehill Village
- The Fairgrounds Nashville
- Lebanon Premium Outlets
- The Mall at Green Hills
- Opry Mills
Can't make it to Nashville? No worries, below are some of the great online stores with packages perfect for sending a piece of Music City right to your door step.
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