- TripBuzz found 113 things to do with kids in or near Franklin, Tennessee, including 92 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Brentwood, Columbia and Smyrna.
- From Franklin Lanes to Goofballs Family Fun Center, the Franklin area offers 63 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Rock Climbing.
- Less than 30 minutes from downtown Nashville, Franklin, TN is close to the country music capital of the world. With a population of nearly 70,000 people, Franklin has maintained its own identity as well. Visitors to the city can find community events to enjoy such as Pumpkinfest, Dickens of a Christmas, and Main Street Festival.
A traditional bowling center, Franklin Family Entertainment Center offers both open and league bowling along with party hosting. The center provides a snack bar, cosmic bowling, a pro shop, a bar and grill, televisions and billiard tables.
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1113 Murfreesboro Rd, Ste 360, Franklin, TN 37064 MoreLess Info
An indoor amusement park, Goofballs Family Fun Center provides numerous attractions and an array of entertainment. Along with miniature bowling, laser tag and bumper cars, the facility has a designated room in which toddlers can safely play.
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1111 Columbia Ave, Franklin, TN 37064 MoreLess Info
Franklin, Tennessee is home to the Lotz House Museum, which contains objects from the Civil War. The museum has the largest single American collection of antiques from that period, and from the years immediately preceding the war.
The historic Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tennessee offers a diverse assortment of programs for patrons of all ages. The Theatre screens classic movies, hosts concerts and presents professional theatrical productions. Advance reservations are recommended for all live shows.
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Columbia Pike, Highway 31 South, Franklin, TN MoreLess Info
The Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill serves as a memorial to the Army of Tennessee and the Confederate generals who lost their lives in the battle in 1864. Visitors enjoy the serene views of the Franklin Battlefield area.
Located along Harpeth River, Pinkerton Park is situated on 34 acres of open green space. The park provides a one-mile walking trail, two playgrounds, picnic tables, barbecue grills, pavilions and restroom facilities.