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Looking for things to do in Nashville with kids? We’ve got you covered!
As a former military family, we’ve done our share of moving.
We’ve lived in a few different cities around the country and have taken some time to explore them all.
While they’ve each held their own charm, their own unique feel, not a single one of them could hold a candle to the amount of family friendly fun that can be found in Nashville.
Since moving here, we’ve come to realize just how rich in history and family friendly Music City really is, and just in case it happens to be on your summer family vacation destination list, I thought I’d share with you a few of our favorite fun (and educational) spots.
Some of these are geared a little more towards the older kids and the adults in the crowd but there are still plenty on this list that the little ones love as well!
Our favorite things to do in Nashville with Kids
- The Parthenon
- Sky High Sports
- Nashville Children’s Theatre
- Tennessee State Museum
- Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park
- Nashville Shores
- Opry Mills’ IMAX Theatre
- Adventure Science Center
- Nashville Farmer’s Market
- Belle Meade Plantation
- Vanderbilt’s Dyer Observatory
- Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Frist Center
- Cheekwood Botanical Gardens
- Tennessee Central Railway Museum
- Cowboy Town
- Sudekum Planetarium
- Owl’s Hill Nature Santuary
- Brentwood Children’s Library
- The Hermitage
- Pump It Up
- The Aquarium Restaurant
Are you planning a trip this summer? If you’ve visited before, what are some of your favorite things to do with kids in Nashville?