- TripBuzz found 37 things to do with kids in or near Shelbyville, Tennessee, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tullahoma, Murfreesboro, Fayetteville and Manchester.
- From Walking Horse Lanes to Clearview Horse Farm Horseback Riding, the Shelbyville area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Located along the banks of the Duck River upon a limestone bluff sits the city of Shelbyville. Known as the Walking Horse Capital of the World, the city's horses have won many championships with their events being a large tourism draw. The city also has a thriving business climate as one of the nations leader in pencil and writing instrument production.
El Barril Mexican Restaurant & Seafood 341 Bethany Lane, Shelbyville, TN MoreLess Info
Mexican restaurant offers tasty appetizers, burritos, and camarones
100% 3 votes
2291 Highway 231 South, Shelbyville, TN 37160 MoreLess Info
With 150 acres of farmland, Clearview Horse Farm Horseback Riding offers 1 hour horseback rides to its visitors. The ride begins with training on how to ride a horse and then takes visitors on a tour of the farm.
100% 8 votes
220 Tuliptree Road, Shelbyville, TN 37160 MoreLess Info
Located in H.V. Griffin Park, Shelbyville Recreation Center offers both indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as a racquetball court. The gymnasium contains both a basketball court and a track used for walking and running.
20% 5 votes
1915 Shelbyville Dam on the Duck River, Shelbyville, TN MoreLess Info
The Fisherman's Park Dam helps to control and maintain the Duck River. The surrounding park features basic water-related activities like boating and fishing along with several walking trails and picnic areas.
The collection at the Beechcraft Heritage Museum was formed over many years through donation or loan of aircrafts and artifacts. Exhibits include several hangar displays as well a technical library and separate library building.
The Tennessee Walking Horse Museum provides visitors access to documents, photographs and artifacts that are a part of the history of the Tennessee Walking Horse breed. The museum offers group tours by special arrangement.
92% 788 votes
Route 129, TN MoreLess Info
The Tail of the Dragon is a scenic drive that takes visitors through 318 curves. The location, which often features a wide variety of motorcycle riders, features a variety of trees and other views of the natural world.