Opry Mills, Nashville

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Browse through 200 different stores at Opry Mills, featuring clothing, apparel, jewelry, sporting goods, toys, electronics, dining, and entertainment. At 110,000 sq m (1.2 million sq ft) of retail area, you'll be able to shop at outlets including H&M, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nike, Old Navy, Forever 21, Barnes & Noble, and Bed Bath & Beyond, among others. Check out the cinema and the IMAX theatre on-site. A large food court provides dozens of dining and snacking opportunities. Using our international travel planner, Nashville attractions like Opry Mills can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • My husband and I stayed at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and the Opry Mills mall was right next to it. We took a nice afternoon stroll along the shops. I found some gorgeous leather boots at Saks Fifth A...  more »
  • 6 of us here, all with very different tastes. Good range of shops and most are outlets so prices all good. Plenty of free parking and lots of places to eat. Would recommend it  more »
  • Opry Mills mall is an upscale mall that has a lot of great stores such as Oakley, Wilson Leather, and Bass Pro. Highly recommend allowing 2 - 4 hours for the visit.  more »
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  • Thank goodness for valet parking service!! I heard malls were dieing out. Not Opry Mills. Bumper to bumper just to get in and then every parking spot was full. Even the ones not near an entrance. Though the stores were packed with post holiday shoppers looking for a bargain both shoppers and workers seemed to be in a good mood. Very nice shopping experience. The variety of shops was excellent.
  • Malls are a bit of a failing thing, unfortunately. They just can't compete with Amazon on price. They're often crowded and full or people who aren't paying attention. Retail cashiers are generally as dumb as rocks. And it's usually a lot more of a drag than it's worth. Opry Mills Mall is the exception. Seeing numerous malls in Nashville fail (Bellevue, Hickory Hollow, Harding), this is the one mall, I think that everyone wants to succeed, and it's making it, seeing how crowded it is almost all the time, and how brutally crowded it is in the Christmas Shopping Season. That being said, there are cool shops, a nice big food court, a few other restaurants, lots of open spaces, and if you pick your spots, there are even a few deals to be had. Dave and Busters is fun; the Bass Pro Shop is cool to walk around; and even smaller places like Fossil and the Aquarium are cool to peek into. This is not the go to Mall for upscale: you can hit Cool Springs and especially Green Hills malls for that kind of thing, but Opry Mills is big, and it feels like the mall for everyman. It's not just shop after shop of women's fashion. It's clean and comfortable. Everything works.
  • We like coming here. The mall has quite a few stores that we shop at and the mall is well taken care of. The only downside is that it's a one level mall so it takes a long time to walk from one end to the other. It also has a section where you have to walk in a circle to get to the other shops with no way to cut through and this walk can take a while as well.
  • Great mall from high end to some outlets. You can find whatever you need. Typical food court options, but there are some good sit down restaurants. Plus some that are fun for children. Rainforest cafe, and the aquarium restaurant. And there's the always great claim jumper.
  • One of the better malls in the Nashville area. Have never been there and it hasn't been crowded so plan accordingly. Nice variety in shopping can be done here with a plethora of clothing, shoe, electronic, accessory, etc stores. A few restaurants are there along with a movie theater and Dave and Buster's.

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