- The list below includes 64 free or cheap things to do in or near Spring Hill, Tennessee, including 67 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Parks, Historic Sites and Recreation Centers.
- From Spring Hill Self-Guided Battlefield Driving Tour to Harvey Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Spring Hill and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Franklin, Brentwood, Columbia and Nashville.
Froggy and Jeffro's Nashville MoreLess Info
Classic bar slings more than 30 beers to pair with half-pound burgers topped with everything from fried eggs to barbecue sauce
Spring Hill Self-Guided Battlefield Driving Tour offers a self-guided tour of important Spring Hill battlefield locations. Patrons can read about the battles as well as view interpretive markers, monuments, and artillery pieces situated along the way.
Built by Nathaniel Frances Cheairs IV and his wife Susan, the Rippavilla Plantation is one of the largest in the region. A museum is currently housed in the mansion, and special events as well as programming are held on site.
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2909 Commonwealth Drive, Spring Hill, TN 37174 MoreLess Info
Longview Recreation Center is a recreation center offering an assortment of amenities. Attractions include a fitness center, an indoor and outdoor pool, a gymnasium, racquetball and tennis courts, and a game room. Art and fitness classes are also available.
Featuring the Zombie Paintball Hayride, Millers Thrillers allows up to 20 visitors per ride to shoot paintballs at zombie targets. The facility also provides a fire pit, concession stands and a haunted woods with trails and mazes.
Commemorating a battle in the Ardmore area, Civil War Trail for Hood's Campaign of 1864 is a marker placed on I-65. This marker provides pertinent information about the battle and Middle Tennessee's involvement in the war.
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123 West 7th Street, Columbia, TN 38401 MoreLess Info
The aMuse'um Columbia Children's Museum is a museum that strives to educate and encourage children to discover and learn new things. The museum contains interactive exhibits and is a non-profit facility.
The only surviving residence of historic President James K. Polk other than the White House is the James K. Polk House in Tennessee. In addition to the restored and furnished home, there is an exhibition facility that hosts a series of original and traveling exhibits.