433 Opry Mills Dr, Nashville, TN | Directions 3721436.203781 -86.693635
Monday To Saturday From 10:00 AM To 09:30 PM Sunday From 11:00 AM To 07:00 PM
An Okay Mall – I live in Clarksville, and Opry Mills is a lot better than our Governor Square Mall. It has a lot more stores, and to be honest, I kind of like the tourist shops and attractions. The movie theater is awesome, and so is the Rainforest Cafe. It is a very expensive mall, so I rarely buy anything, but it is fun to walk around. I will say that a lot of the service leaves much to be desired, and there are a lot of people there most of the time. I would have rather they left OpryLand alone, but we can't dwell on that, now can we? ::Sniffle:: Overall, it's decent, and if you have money to spend, spend it here.
A Mall To Visit – This is no Mall Of America but it is one of the best malls in Nashville! This mall has everything you could possibly want in a mall. The best resturant has definitly got to be Ramono's Macaroni Grill where if its your birthday they'll sing happy birthday to you in Italian! Since I'm a local i come here a whole lot with my friends to hang out, watch a movie at the theater, or just shop. Wednesdays are probably the quietest days of the week but if you want excitment fridays and saturdays have got to be it! In the mall my friends and i enjoy the starbucks thats in side b&n whats betta than coffee and a good book to relax. If you visit Nashville you should definitly come here for a family experience go out to eat, watch a movie, then shop; a perfect day trip!
I LOVE THIS PLACE – Granted, it stinks that they tore down Opryland to build this, but other than that, it is great! I love that they have a Gap and Banana Republic Outlet. Not to mention Rainforest Cafe, Rue 21, Build-a-Bear and a hodgepodge of other stores. Some stores may seem a little silly to have just knives, but there is something here for everyone. And it definitely adds variety for those of us from out of town who don't have access to all these stores all the time. So, maybe it is a tourist attraction, but so is Nashville, so what do you expect?
Good Mall – me and my family go to opry mills quite a bit and we like it. We love the theatre. Its the best theatre I have ever been to. Its my dads favorite mall because of bass pro shops. We like it because we can stay as long as we want(until the mall closes, lol)as long as my dad is occupied in bass pro shops. now I will admitt that I like Cool Springs or Hickory Hollow better only because they have abercrombie and other stores that opry mills doesnt have. Its not really as crowded as everyone says it is. Overall its a good mall and I would recommend that you check it out:)
outlet, schm-outlet – I started visiting Nashville after OpryLand was already replaced by Opry Mills and I wish the theme park was still there. The Cool Springs Galleria is the way better mall in these parts. The best part about Opry Mills is the Gibson Bluegrass showcase, otherwise it is a pretty mediocre, but expensive mall. I've only been during the week and it doesn't seem too crowded if you get there early.
A Mall for Tourists – This mall cators to tourist. There is nothing eclectic about it. It replaced a well known Nashville landmark - Opryland Park. If you like extremely crowded malls, with stores that provide extremely poor service and with stores that are not at all unique, and which is full of tourists and teenagers "crusing" then you will find this mall appealing. Most who live in Nashville have boycotted this mall and find better and easier malls within which to shop in Nashville. Sorry, Gaylord, you may make money off of this misplaced venture for a few years, but you will end up having to level it as well.
Another City, Another Huge Mall – From what I have read by the locals, this place is hated as much as I would a huge tourist mall that went up in my home town at the expense of a landmark. As the tourist who visited I was really not overly impressed. Harry and David and the Apple Barn are cool, but the rest of the stores are the same you can find anywhere else. I would recommend just parking here and walking to the Opryland Hotel, it's more entertaining.
What!? – I don't know who would think that Opry Mills is the best shopping place in Nashville. They don't have any good stores, parking is a nightmare, and it's too overcrowded!
Opryland's Replacement – I srongly disagree with the tearing down of Opryland Theme Park and the building of the Opry Mills mall.I have only been there once and I was very disapointed, it is just an overly crowded mall. Where every few minutes I was pushed from side to side. I would much rather stay in my own town to deal with mall crowds where I can at least find a parking space within a mile of the door.
TOURISTS – thats all the mall is tourists and airheaded blondes and hood rats that have nothing better to do than sit there in the food court
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