- TripBuzz found 38 things to do indoors in the Nashville area. From Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum of Art to Frist Center for Visual Arts, Nashville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 51 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 17 different types of things to do inside in or near Nashville, Tennessee. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: History Museums, Music Venue, Theaters and Art Museum.
- There are 22 indoor activities in Nashville, and 45 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Franklin, Madison, Hendersonville and Gallatin.
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The 55-acre estate that houses the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum serves as one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era Estate in Nashville. There are eleven specialty display gardens and a wide range of paintings, decorative arts, and sculptures at the museum.
The Frist Center for Visual Arts first opened in 2001 and features a wide array of art from around the world. The former main post office landmark of Nashville serves as the home structure for the cultural institute with architectural styles of both Art Deco and Classicism.
The education of children through fun and interactive exhibits is the prime goal of the Adventure Science Center. Popular exhibits include the Tinkering Garage, BodyQuest, Mission Possible, Space Chase, and the Adventure Tower.
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.
At the Nashville Convention Center, guests will be able to access a variety of meeting rooms and convention halls. Visitors who are attending events, conventions, and meetings will also be within close distance of hotels and restaurants.
At the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, guests will be able to watch one of over 140 annual performances of the Nashville Symphony, an 83-member group. The location also offers pop and jazz concerts in addition to community outreach programs.
Catch an insider's glimpse of life as a country music star at Fontanel Mansion. This 27,000 square foot log cabin, formerly owned by hall of famer Barbara Mandrell, offers guided tours and stunning architecture.
Known as the 'Carnegie Hall of the South', the Ryman Auditorium has been home to concerts and entertainment for more than 100 years. Visitors can take tours or attend a concert at this iconic venue that has been a constant in the history of country music.
The Grand Ole Opry is an iconic, country music landmark and a must-visit destination for music fans of all ages. The museum portion houses historic exhibits of country music's origins and the theatre is home to superstar concerts and entertainment.