Favorite Holiday Shopping Destinations in Tennessee

Kristin Luna
| November 20, 2023 | 1 Minute Read
Various Christmas decorations in Bell Buckle Odinn Media

Franklin’s Main Street
Franklin is one of Tennessee’s most popular and well-preserved downtowns, is a prime shopping ground, with everything from antiques to plants and menswear to paper goods. It’s also alight in holiday decor this time of year. On a smaller scale, the walkable Bell Buckle downtown brims with antique malls; boutiques like Simplicity; and other shops with unique finds, like the Welcome Corner, which is attached to a popular local hangout, the Bell Buckle Coffee Shop & Book Swap.

Miss Lucille’s Marketplace, Collierville
The 200-booth Miss Lucille’s Marketplace is a must-shop for the holiday season, with over 52,000 square feet of space. Many of the state’s thriving downtowns—like Collierville, whose square is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and Columbia—are easy park-and-shop destinations for those looking for a variety of goods in one walkable space. For antiques, Robertson County’s Boutique Trail knits together eight indie shops in Springfield.

Amish Market, Ethridge
In the heart of Tennessee’s Amish Country, Ethridge’s Amish Market sells homemade food items like cheeses, spices, jams, fried pies and jerky, all of which make great gifts. If you’re looking for designer duds at lower prices, Tanger Outlets in Sevierville features more than 100 stores, including high-end brands like Kate Spade and Lululemon.

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