- TripBuzz found 131 things to do with kids in or near Nashville, Tennessee, including 105 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 62 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.
Sushi Train Nashville MoreLess Info
Fresh sushi and sashimi served on a moving conveyer belt; hibachi steak, crispy honey chicken, and other Asian specialties
There are 57 campsites within the Bledsoe Creek State Park that allows visitors to stay in the scenic area for short or long trips. The park also features more than six miles of hiking trails and two boat launch ramps into the actual creek.
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3501 Old Nashville Highway, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 MoreLess Info
The site of one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War, the Stones River National Battlefield, is dedicated to the 81,000 soldiers who fought here for control of middle Tennessee. The on-site museum manages a large collection of memorabilia and exhibits.
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2615 Medical Center Pkwy, Suite 430, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 MoreLess Info
Murfreesboro's Painting with a Twist is a gallery where guests can drink wine with friends while creating their own works of art under the instruction of an experienced professional artist.
Close to the General Bragg Trailhead, the Murfreesboro Bark Park welcomes all canines and their owners with two separate areas for large breeds and smaller dogs. The play areas as fenced in so that dogs can run free, and water is available during the warmer months.
With separate areas for large and small dogs and a separate leashed dog area, Murfreesboro Dog Park is accommodating to all different breeds. It has a grassy running area and a path to the river for water-loving dogs.