Shopping reigns supreme in Memphis, where you can check everything off your list. Modern malls selling the latest fashions? Check. Antiques shops offering vintage goods? Check. Funky record stores, folksy art galleries and historic department stores? Check. Even Memphis' museums and attractions have one-of-a-kind items in their gift shops.
A. Schwab's is the oldest store on Beale Street in Memphis. It was established in 1876 and is the last remaining original business on Beale Street. This shop's motto is "If you can't find it at Schwab's, you're probably better off without it." A. Schwab's is a dry goods store. They carry Memphis souvenirs, clothing (in all sizes), household items, feather boas, party supplies, voodoo supplies and ephemera. Visit the Beale Street Museum, a collection of historical artifacts from Beale Street and Memphis on the 2nd floor landing.
A one-stop shop on Beale Street for souvenir needs. From tees and shot glasses to hoodies, coffee mugs and refrigerator magnets, there is something to commemorate your trip to Memphis.
The Blues Hall of Fame is a music museum located in Memphis, Tennessee. Started in 1980 by the Blues Foundation, the new hall of fame honors those who have performed, recorded and significantly contributed to blues music.
The museum displays clothing, paintings, bronze busts, records and artifacts. Read stories and see memorabilia from famous blues artists like B.B. King, W.C. Handy, Robert Johnson, Dr. John, Bobby Rush and many more. There's also an interactive database where visitors can access biographies, photos, videos, hundreds of songs and album covers related to specific artists.
2247 S. Germantown Rd.
Old Germantown, TN 38138
Featuring Cat's Meow houses, Cheerful Giver candles, Norman Rockwell figurines, by Boyds Bears, Trail of the Painted Ponies, Claire Burke potpourri, & Germantown tokens.
Welcome to the Cooper-Young Entertainment District where you can find everything from bohemian coffee shops to antique books to vintage clothing. This artistic and creative crossroad - where Cooper Street meets Young Avenue – is known for its eclectic mix of shops, bars and restaurants. Even the entrance to the neighborhood is unique with its Cooper-Young trestle, a 150' steel sculpture adding to the uniqueness of the area.
The Dinstuhl Family has been making quality candies in Memphis for five generations starting with Charles Martin, Sr. in 1902. Even today, it is still possible to find one of the Dinstuhl's in the kitchen "Cookin up a batch!"
From signature candies including their famous chocolate covered strawberries and cashew crunch (not like any you've ever tasted before) to their luscious fudge and truffles, you will find countless confections in their candy counters. They have gift boxes in all sizes and can ship overnight.
Variety of Memphis souvenirs from cotton bales to T-shirts to Memphis music and discounted attraction tickets. Ask about the Memphis Music packages for 20% savings. Visitor Center hours of operation: April - September: 9am-6pm October-March: 9am-5pm Store will be open Sundays 10am-4pm December - February.
Lansky 126 is the younger, more modern little sister store of the famous Lansky Bros. shop. While he original Lansky shop is filled with their trademark flashy menswear (they used to dress Elvis, you know), the 3000-square foot Lansky 126 is filled with trendy, modern pieces for men and women.
Macy's is the largest and premier retail department store with over 800 U.S. locations featuring 12 in-store Visitor Centers in key destinations. With world-class fashion, service and value, Macy's stores have become popular shopping destinations. Through dedicated initiatives that bring magical experiences to international shoppers, Macy's offers targeted traveler incentives, customized group experiences, international shipping, and special in-store celebrations.
Hosts special events throughout the year. Preservation Month in May, Sunset on the Square Summer Concert Series, Partners in Preservation Party, Out to Lunch and Christmas in Collierville.
Come by and see us. Our average daily attendance is 10,000! Admission is free. Plenty of customer parking for just $3. You'll see at least 1,000 dealers! And there's a good variety of food concessions to take care of those cravings from so much bargain hunting. Our facilities are also available for trade shows and special events.
The Peanut Shoppe is the only nut shop of its kind in Memphis. The downtown favorite has been open on Main St. since 1949. All of the Peanut Shoppe's nuts are prepared fresh daily throughout the day. The shop also carries a large selection of chocolates, chocolate covered nuts and candies.
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 9:30am-5pm
and Sunday 8am-5pm.
172 Beale St.
Memphis, TN 38103
Tel: 901-525-1516 Fax: 901-527-7762
Unusual and exotic items that make ideal gifts and conversation pieces. Also CDs, cards, wall decor, figurines, t-shirts and collectibles. Some wild and zany stuff! Hours of operation: Mon-Sat 10am-12am, Sun 12-10pm
Just minutes from Downtown Memphis, the Tanger Mall offers significant savings, the latest and most popular retail brands, plus excellent service. Some retailers include: Ann Taylor, Guess Factory Outlet, White House Black Market, Banana Republic, J. Crew, Under Armour, Chico's, Loft, and American Eagle.
Original Oil paintings, hand embellished giclee' canvas. Featuring the works of Thomas Kinkade and Robert Finale as well as Andy Thomas, Mark Keathley, Emery Franklin, Betty Harper, Rod Chase and more. Take home a piece of Memphis with one of Thomas Kinkade or Robert Finale's fabulous Memphis, Elvis or Graceland themes pieces. Enjoy beautiful and inspiring artwork in a warm, friendly setting.
The Woman's Exchange has been open since 1885, a charity "helping others help themselves" with the proceeds from their retail shop and lunch-only restaurant.
The Woman's Exchange is open for lunch Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. until 1:45 p.m. After you eat, check out their shop, which features items from select local consignors. From handcrafted one-of-a-kind whimsical animals to plush, huggable toys. Wide variety of unique gifts appropriate for any occasion. Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tearoom lunch hours 11:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
From legwarmers to off-the-shoulder sweatshirts, you can find the basic t-shirts and jeans to the not-so-basic classy and trendy - all produced in the States. American Apparel operates the largest garment factory in the United States. All knitting, dyeing, cutting, sewing, photography, marketing, distribution and design all happen in the company's facilities in Los Angeles. Hours: Monday - Thursday 12 p.m. - 8 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Souvenirs and memorabilia including cookie jars, salt shakers, curios and other collectibles. Many Elvis souvenirs to choose from.
This East Memphis shop is a great place to browse, relax, eat and read. Be sure to check out the large selection of books by local authors and books on Memphis history, culture, music and food. Booksellers also carries a large selection of gift items for everyone on your list. plus they host special events, book signings, readings and storytime in the store.
Carrefour at Kirby Woods is 135,000 square feet of innovative retail space including specialty and accessory stores, restaurants, and services. The center is strategically located on Poplar Avenue, renowned as a retail destination and for its prime office space. Kirby Parkway and Park Avenue also provide convenient access to Carrefour at Kirby Woods from all directions.
Enjoy the ambiance as you shop, dine and stroll Carriage Crossing. The pedestrian-friendly lifestyle center features distinctive architecture, whimsical sculptures, lush landscaping, a children's park, music, fountains and much more.