- 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.
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222 Fifth Avenue S, Nashville, TN 37203 MoreLess Info
Since 1967, the Country Music hall of Fame and Museum has been preserving the rich history and tradition of country music. Collections include historic recordings, videos, photos, musical instruments and more dedicated to telling a true American story.
Located on famous 'Music Row', RCA Studio B is part of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Visitors can explore the actual studios and see equipment and instruments that were used to record some of the most memorable songs in our nations history.
Marathon Music Works is a performance venue that hosts a variety of concerts during the year for guests to enjoy. Visitors of this location will be able to purchase adult beverages at the bar or gain VIP access to the balcony.
119 3rd Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37201 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the country music legend, The Johnny Cash Museum offers visitors displays filled with memorabilia like guitars, clothing, photographs, and more. Visitors can learn about the icon's childhood, favorite guitars, and more.
Covering a 10,000 square foot temporary exhibition hall and 60,000 square feet of permanent exhibits, the Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation. The exhibits begin roughly 15,000 years in the past with prehistoric humans and continue through the 1900s.
Named for the late blues guitar legend, B.B Kingâ€™s Blues Club is a venue for live blues music. The club features a variety of regionally and nationally touring acts, and also serves a full menu of Southern comfort food.
With separate areas for large and small dogs and a separate leashed dog area, Murfreesboro Dog Park is accommodating to all different breeds. It has a grassy running area and a path to the river for water-loving dogs.
Close to the General Bragg Trailhead, the Murfreesboro Bark Park welcomes all canines and their owners with two separate areas for large breeds and smaller dogs. The play areas as fenced in so that dogs can run free, and water is available during the warmer months.