- TripBuzz found 140 things to do with kids in or near Smyrna, Tennessee, including 131 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro and Brentwood.
- From Smyrna Bowling Center to Walden Pumpkin Farm, the Smyrna area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Located in central Tennessee is the quiet residential community of Smyrna. Rated one of America's Best Places to Retire by U.S. News & World Report in 2007, the city has much to offer both residents and visitors to the area. It's most popular attractions are outdoors, with its system of beautiful local parks, golf, walking trails and water park.
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941 Northwest Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN MoreLess Info
With 36-lanes for bowling on two levels, Murfreesboro Strike and Spare is perfect for a night or afternoon of family-fun entertainment. The bowling center is available to host parties and events and features affordable food and drink prices.
The movie theater, Premiere 6 Theatre, has auditoriums that are available to rent for private birthday parties, events, meetings, or private screenings. The theater also offers food and beverages to moviegoers.
Dead Land Haunted Woods is a large haunted house and wooded area. The main attraction is a mile walk through spooky woods, full of the walking dead, flying vampires, swamps, and snakes, as well as a giant maze.
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900 North Maney Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN 37130 MoreLess Info
Oaklands Historic House, a national landmark, preserves the elegance and prosperity of the Old South. The mansion was caught in the crossfire of the Civil War and contains exhibits and memorabilia from the era.
Consisting of 12-miles of riverside trails, Stones River Greenway, is a favorite destination of hiking, biking, and rollerblading enthusiasts. The Greenway connects historical sites, parks, and businesses and also contains access points for small watercraft.
Both beginners and experiences riders are accomodated at the JuRo Stables. The focus of the business is providing a horseback riding experience in the urban Nashville area seven days a week with the opportunity for private riding lessons.
The Bradley Academy Museum was turned into a school only for African-Americans in the early 1900s. Several buildings have been restored and equipped with displays about the importance of the United States Colored Troops and legacy of African-American education.