- The list below includes 134 free or cheap things to do in or near Brentwood, Tennessee, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Sports Facilities/Fields, Playgrounds and Recreation Centers.
- From Brentwood Library to Granny White Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Brentwood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Franklin, Hendersonville and Murfreesboro.
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Brentwood Library has a wide selection of books, magazines, and DVDs along with other periodicals. They also have a children's area and adult education classes, and on weekends visitors can enjoy puppetry or art shows.
Within the Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary, there is 160 acres of land dedicated to conservation and native wildlife preservation. Many programs and events are held throughout the year to teach about and allow enjoyment of the environment as well as the animals.
Spanning 31 acres, Primm Park houses the historic Boiling Springs Academy and 5 mounds from the Native American tribe known as Mound Builders. The park connects to the Brentwood Bikeway, and the Little Harpeth River runs throughout the park.
The Monkey's Treehouse is an indoor playground for children under eight years of age. The playground is tree-house themed and has multiple rooms. A model town village, home living area, reading lounge, and art studio are also available.
A seven acre park, Maryland Way Park has a trail for walking and jogging and features an interpretive display describing the history of the area. It also has benches and 11 exercise stations focused toward basic exercise activities.
Maintained by Williamson County Parks and Recreation, Grassland Park is a public recreation area offing baseball fields, tennis courts, a gazebo, sensory garden, picnic area, playground, walking trails, pavilion, concessions, restrooms youth baseball fields.