- TripBuzz found 56 things to do with kids in or near Nashville, Indiana, including 41 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bloomington, Columbus, Martinsville and Corydon.
- From Schooner Valley Stables to Nashville Express Train Tours, the Nashville area offers 57 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Farms & Ranches, National & State Parks and Bike Paths.
- The city of Nashville, Indiana is a small tourist community, home to just over 800 residents. Known for its beautiful local national forests and scenic nearby parks, the city offers visitors extensive outdoor recreation opportunities. Other notable attractions include the local arts theatre, fine art galleries, blown glass galleries and eclectic shops.
The WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology has thrilled more than 740,000 visitors to its award winning exhibits. Young and old will enjoy the Bubble-Airium and the live insects, lizards and reptiles in the Science Gallery.
A 32-lane bowling center, Classic Bowling Lanes offers open and league bowling along with birthday party hosting. The center provides a pro shop, automatic scoring, shoe rental and a snack bar with food, drinks and adult beverages.
Traderbaker Flea Market is a flea market with many vendor stalls. They offer a wide array of crafts, furniture, computers, clothing, toys, auto and collectibles with the selection of items changing on a weekly basis.
Cikana State Fish Hatchery is a warm-water hatchery using modern intensive and extensive fish culture techniques. The fish produced at Cikana are stocked in state-managed waters throughout Indiana and are not for sale to the public.
Aimed at teaching the children about the local community and not only, the Kidscommons's new facility was opened in 2005 and features a 17 foot-tall climbing wall, the House of Japan, and the Childhood Garden among others. Electricity and visual arts are some of the topics approached by this center.
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Bringing back the good old fashioned days is Zaharakos Ice Cream Parlor and Museum. The parlor is decked out with stained glass and beautiful curved oak, and customers are served from an old fashioned soda fountain while they listen to music from the glory days.