- TripBuzz found 2 things to do with kids in or near Camden, Tennessee.
- From Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm & Museum to Patsy Cline Memorial, the Camden area offers 16 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Monuments, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
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255 Marina Rd., Camden, TN 38320 MoreLess Info
The iridescent pearls produced by the Washboard mussel can be gathered from the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm & Museum. The site also features items on display at the museum with information about pearl culturing.
The legendary country singer Patsy Cline was born and lived in the Camden area for a large portion of her life, and the Patsy Cline Memorial is set up at the site where she died in an accidental plane crash. The memorial is rather simple with a stone monument.
One of the most famous Civil War battles in Tennessee occurred at what is now the Fort Donelson National Battlefield. The park itself features an eleven stop driving tour to see the major parks of the battlefield and tells the story of the skirmish.
Surrender House - Dover Hotel was built around 1851 and accommodated riverboat travelers before and after the Civil War. Currently, an exhibit room at the hotel is open to the public highlighting its colorful history.
An indoor miniature golf course lit by black lights, Treasure Golf features 18 holes of golf, each with its own distinctive layout, obstacles, and challenges. The course also features the Cove Cafe, which features a full menu.
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100 Frank Clement Place, Dickson, TN 37055 MoreLess Info
Housed within the 1913 Hotel Halbrook, the Clement Hotel Railroad Museum is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in a rural area. The exhibits within the museum itself focus on railroading, the Civil War, local history, and regional history.
Murray Calloway Parks & Recreation provides opportunities in leisure and recreational activities in safe and educational environments. They conserve natural resources and offer a range of recreational activities including soccer fields, disc golf, picnic shelters and playgrounds.
The Arboretum at Murray State has a fully accessible horticultural display, public garden, and educational center. Two miles of paths offer visitors a relaxing walk and viewing of diverse plant life in open woodlands, savanna, prairie, forest, and wetlands.