10 Best Shopping Malls In Memphis, Tennessee

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Memphis is located along the Mississippi River and is a densely populated city in the state of Tennessee. The history and demographics of Memphis have helped it become a diverse and eclectic city that can radically change from neighborhood to neighborhood. The city has always been economically important to the state and the country. Even before the civil war, their economy was one of the most prosperous. The diversity of this place is what makes it truly special, and because of that, there are many great shopping areas around the city. If you’re looking to splurge a little, here are the best shopping malls in Memphis, Tennessee.

1. Southland Mall

Southland Mall Memphis, TN
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Described as the first enclosed mall in the mid-south, Southland Mall is a top tourist destination for people visiting South Memphis. Located in the Whitehaven neighborhood, the mall has been in service since 1966 and features a plethora of shops that each cater to a certain demographic.

Some of these categories include health and beauty, men’s clothing, services, shoes, home decoration, women’s clothing, and retail merchandise. The mall also hosts regular discount sales and events that will leave you with a great shopping experience.

Southland Mall

Address: 1215 Southland Mall, Memphis, TN 38116, United States

Website: Southland Mall

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 10am - 7pm; Fri - Sat: 10am - 8pm; Sun: 12pm - 6pm

2. Hickory Ridge Mall

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

The weather will be great on today. Come by with the kids to ride the famous horse carousel and just take a load off while grabbing a bite to eat.

Posted by Hickory Ridge Mall Towne Centre on Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Despite being damaged by a tornado in 2008, Hickory Ridge Mall continues to stand strong as Memphis’ super-regional shopping center. The mall features a variety of shops that are sure to catch the eyes of the visitors and these include women’s apparel, personal services, jewelry, and home depot. There is also a carousel for the young kids to enjoy.

A unique trait of this mall is that it has special event rooms that can be rented out for various events, be it weddings or banquets. These rooms can even be used for mini-concerts, comedy shows, and talent shows.

Hickory Ridge Mall

Address: 6075 Winchester Rd, Memphis, TN 38115

Website: Hickory Ridge Mall

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 7pm (closed on Sun)

3. Crosstown Concourse

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Located in the heart of the Crosstown neighborhood, Crosstown Concourse is a mixed-use development that has been serving visitors since 1927. The mall features a plethora of shops and restaurants that are sure to leave a lasting impression on any visitor.

Some of these shops include a butcher shop, an eyewear store, a nail salon, a hair salon, and a pharmacy. The mall is highly praised for its amazing atmosphere and ambiance that makes walking around the mall’s various stores and restaurants a real treat.

Crosstown Concourse

Address: 1350 Concourse Ave, Memphis, TN 38104

Website: Crosstown Concourse

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 6:30am - 1am; Sun: 6:30am - 9:30pm

4. Wolfchase Galleria


Wolfchase Galleria is located near the city limits and borders the area of Bartlett, Tennessee. The mall is colloquially known as “Wolfchase” or “Wolfchase Mall”, and it is home to tons of great stores as well as a food court. You’ll find a lot of your standard, big-name mall stores like Dillard’s, JCPenney, and Macy’s, as well as a host of other lesser-known brands and small boutiques. The mall has been around for over 22 years and is a staple shopping mall for the Memphis community.

Wolfchase Galleria

Address: 2760 N Germantown Pkwy, Memphis, TN 38133, United States

Website: Wolfchase Galleria

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 9pm; Sun: 12pm - 6pm

5. Oak Court Mall


Oak Court Mall has technically been around since the late 80s but, as a matter of fact, the building was once home to a Goldsmith’s department store that has been here since 1961. In the late 70s, additional floors were added to the mall, and in 1988, it officially became the Oak Court Mall. The mall is pretty big, with over 80 stores, not to mention tons of parking spaces available. There is also a food court here if you get a little hungry while you shop.

Oak Court Mall

Address: 4465 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38117, United States

Website: Oak Court Mall

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 9pm; Sun: 12pm - 6pm

6. Laurelwood Shopping Center


Laurelwood Shopping Center is the place to go when the weather’s nice and you’re looking to splurge on yourself or a loved one. This open-air mall is one of the city’s best, with a collection of fine stores and boutiques that cater to everything from men’s clothes and accessories to women’s clothing and footwear, as well as candy stores and bookstores. The mall is also a great place to sweat it out, as they have a hot yoga studio and an athletic club.

Laurelwood Shopping Center

Address: 422 S Grove Park Rd, Memphis, TN 38117, United States

Website: Laurelwood Shopping Center

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun: 12am - 5pm

7. Overton Square

Overton Square
Source: Photo by user Paul Sableman used under CC BY 2.0

The story of Overton Square begins in the 1960s when the owners wanted a license to allow alcoholic drinks to be served on the premises. It was approved and soon thereafter, a lot of stores, shops, and restaurants followed suit and Overton Square became the place where people came to hang out, dine, shop, and check out local art and music. This mall has an outdoor stage where live performances are held, and Memphis College of Art has student displays throughout the grounds. Stroll through the area or check out some of the stores on-site

Overton Square

Address: 2101 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN 38104, United States

Website: Overton Square

Opening hours: 6am - 3am (daily)

8. Regalia Shopping Center


If there was ever a place that deserved the title of “one-stop shop”, then Regalia Shopping Center is certainly it. Located in the heart of East Memphis, this shopping mall is home to just about everything. From affordable fashion to upscale boutiques and everything else in between. The mall is pretty big and features tons of shops, including cafes, restaurants, electronics stores, wine stores, and even a health center.

Regalia Shopping Center

Address: 6150 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38119, United States

Website: Regalia Shopping Center

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm (closed on Sun)

9. Chickasaw Oaks Plaza

Posted by Chickasaw Oaks Village on Friday, 7 February 2014

Chickasaw Oaks Plaza is one of the most interesting malls around Memphis. Although not the biggest, the design is unique. Built back in 1970, this shopping center is made to look like a small town or village. Trying to give the vibe of “main street America”, the mall is laid out like a street with stores and shops on the side. There are even green spaces and benches scattered around.

Chickasaw Oaks Plaza

Address: 3092 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38111, United States

Website: Chickasaw Oaks Plaza

Opening hours: Mon- Sat: 6:30am - 7:30pm; Sun: 8am - 3pm

10. Graceland Plaza and Graceland Crossing Shopping Center

Graceland sign
Source: Photo by user PaddyBriggs used under CC0

This mall is located right next to the iconic Graceland, so once you’re done getting the tour over there make sure to stop by Graceland Plaza and Graceland Crossing Shopping Center. Specializing in all things Elvis Presley, this shopping center is filled with Elvis memorabilia. T-shirts, jackets, accessories, as well as music, art, and books are available here, but there are also places to sit back and enjoy a bite to eat.

Graceland Plaza and Graceland Crossing Shopping Center

Address: 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN 38116, United States

Shopping in Tennessee

Memphis is a great city with a lot of options for everything from entertainment and art to music and shopping. There is no shortage of great shopping malls to explore and check out. Of course, if you’re planning to go, make sure to pick up something nice for yourself.

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Alex is a Canadian university graduate with degrees in English literature and History. He was born in Montreal and when he's not traveling he enjoys movies, video games, playing the drums and...Read more

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