Remember Your Music City Trip With These Nashville Souvenirs

As a Nashville local, it’s not often that I’m thinking about the best Nashville souvenirs. But I love sharing the best parts of my city with others and that includes things you can pick up that’ll help remind you of your time here.

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There are a lot of items that end up on the best souvenirs in Nashville lists that I won’t include – such as Goo Goo Clusters or other food items that aren’t vegan-friendly. But there are plenty of items that we feel do deserve to be on the list.

Nashville Souvenirs

1. Hatch Show Print

Hatch Show Print is one of the oldest letterpress shops still operating in the United States. It’s been in operation since 1879.

You can take a tour which includes printing a small poster to take home with you as a souvenir. Or you can purchase some prints that are already created.

2. Records from Grimey’s

You don’t necessarily have to go to Grimey’s, but is one of the more well-known record shops in the city.

You can find records from mainstream artists and hidden gems. Pick up a few new (to you) vintage records for your player at home.

3. Nashville Wildsam Field Guide from Parnassus Books

Parnassus Books is our favorite independent bookstore in Nashville. Not only is it owned by a local, but that local is the famous author Ann Patchett.

Wildsam is an American travel brand dedicated to “telling true stories of place.” The Nashville field guide contains food and drinks recs, hand-drawn maps of the city, and more.

Pick up this field guide or any other book when you visit!

4. Olive and Sinclair Chocolate

Olive and Sinclair is the only bean-to-bar chocolate company in Tennessee and is much less known than Goo Goo Clusters.

You can take a tour of the factory to get an in-depth look at the chocolate-making process. Or just pick up some chocolate at their store.

5. Nashville Spirits

There are several Nashville-based distilleries (and breweries) such as Corsair Liquor.

If you enjoy trying new spirits, pick up a bottle to take home!

6. Flea Market

The Nashville Flea Market is one of the largest in the country and it’s the perfect spot to pick up something unique to remember your trip to Nashville.

7. SO Nashville

SO Nashville is a local brand that started as a focus on their love of hockey and hockey-inspired tees.

It has since morphed into so much more and its products make great souvenirs and gifts!

Ashley Hubbard

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