Nashville’s Hidden Gem: Antique Stores | Nashville Shopping

    Nashville is a town known for great music, great food and now a great TV show. Many people don’t realize that Nashville is actually one of the top destinations for antique shopping.

    harder to find collectables. With three major antique malls within a few miles of downtown and several other smaller stores, Nashville is a great place to find all of those long lost items from your childhood. Because of the abundance of stores, prices are fairly affordable on some

    Go back in time at the Downtown Antique Mall on 8th Avenue South. Filled with everything from the classic antique chair to that funky Bee Gees vinyl, the Downtown Antique Mall is the perfect place to spend hours looking for great new home decorations.

    The Tennessee Antique Mall, located on Wedgewood Avenue, is the classic antique mall filled with just about anything. Shoppers can spend days looking around and still not notice everything there is to offer. With new booths moving in constantly, there will always be a surprise when you go.

    Gas Lamp Antique Mall on Powell Place is probably the quirkiest of the all three of these stores. You can always find one of a kind antiques at this mall. Since Gas Lamp is also a decorating mall, sometimes the antiques have been used in ways you would never dream of.

    In addition to these three major antique malls, there is also a handful of antique stores located on 8th Avenue just south of Wedgewood. You can’t leave out the Antique Archaeologystore located in Marathon Village. This is the second of two stores opened by the stars of the popular American Pickers TV series. You can find purchase many items at the store that were discovered on the show!

    While these are just a few of the many antique stores in town, Nashville is showing how versatile a city it really is!

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