- TripBuzz found 132 things to do with kids in or near Nashville, Tennessee, including 106 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Franklin, Brentwood, Hendersonville and Smyrna.
- From Gaylord Entertainment Center to Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville area offers 61 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Sports Stadiums (Professional), Historic Sites and Theaters.
- The largest city in Tennessee is it's capital city of Nashville. One of the nation's music capitals, the city is a thriving business, residential and tourist community. Visitors enjoy the country music history, museums, live music venues and diverse dining and shopping options. Other popular points of interest include the cities local forts and museums that preserve the areas Civil War history.
The Bridgestone Arena is a music venue that can seat up to 20,000 people. The arena is also used as the home facility for the Nashville Predators, and contains the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, an XM Radio studio as well as the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
LP Field is the home of the Tennessee Titans, a National Football League team that reached the Super Bowl during the 1999-00 season. Guests of this location who wish to tailgate will have access to a variety of restaurants near the stadium.
Many animals are on exhibit at the Nashville Zoo, and visitors can ride a carousel and a train. Visitors can also attend animal shows, hear keeper talks, play on a jungle gym, and tour the Grassmere Historic Home built in 1810.
Greer Stadium is the former home of the Nashville Sounds, who played their last game at the venue in September 2014. The team will be moving to First Tennessee Park and the repurposing of Greer Stadium has yet to be decided.
Located a few miles from Nashville is 904-acre Radnor Lake State Park where visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. The park includes trails for hiking, picnicking and watching the deer, owls, and other animals that call this park home.
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After being destroyed during the Civil War years, the Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, was restored and rebuilt as a public museum and National Historic Landmark. The site encompasses over 1,000 acres and 30 historic buildings.
Built in the 1820's, Belle Meade Plantation later became known as the greatest thoroughbred stud farm in the late 19th century. The mansion is beautifully preserved, and guests can enjoy tours and wine tasting from the on-site vineyard.
Covering a 10,000 square foot temporary exhibition hall and 60,000 square feet of permanent exhibits, the Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation. The exhibits begin roughly 15,000 years in the past with prehistoric humans and continue through the 1900s.