- TripBuzz found 132 things to do with kids in or near Madison, Tennessee, including 125 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Brentwood, Hendersonville and Franklin.
- From Charles Harding Gymnastics & School Of Creative Arts to Incredible Dave's, the Madison area offers 63 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Arcades, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- An outlining community of Nashville, Madison is made up of a combination of both residential and commercial neighborhoods. The city offers a thriving shopping district and is home to the area's first Shoney's. Outdoor recreation is also a popular activity in Madison; consequently, the town has a number of parks that include athletic facilities, walking trails, fishing ponds and picnic gazebos.
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1200 Northgate Business Parkway, Madison, TN 37115 MoreLess Info
Specializing in pre-school and recreational gymnastics, Charles Harding Gymnastics & School Of Creative Arts offers children training for hand stands, flips, tumbling, and other skills. The facility is stocked with equipment like trampolines, beams, bars, vaults, rings, and more.
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Rivergate Mall, 1000 Rivergate Parkway, Madison, TN 37115 MoreLess Info
Incredible Dave's is situated within the Rivergate Mall and is essentially an indoor amusement center. Family friendly entertainment like a full video game arcade, bumper cars, and an obstacle course for kids is available.
Providing many fun play options, Monkey Joes focuses in the arrangement of children's parties. Specifically, the site is made for children who are 12 years old or younger with an inflatable play center, obstacle courses, and slides.
Equipped to handle single movie-goers to large birthday parties, Carmike Wynnsong 10 strives to provide the best in entertainment. Its vast selection of sporting events, arts, and speeches gives everyone an opportunity to broaden their culture.
A historic railway station whose name is a Native American word meaning parting of the ways, the Amqui Station & Visitors Center gained a more recent claim to fame when Country legend Johnny Cash stepped in to save and move it.
Visit a tropical paradise in the heart of Nashville at the Opryland Hotel Gardens. You don't have to a guest of the hotel to enjoy the 9-acres of gardens, waterfalls, and tropical landscaping throughout the facility.
Located on Old Hickory Lake, Rockland Recreation Area is situated on wooded terrain that provides water access for swimming, fishing and boating. The area also offers camping and picnic spots along with wildlife viewing opportunities.