- Our list of the best things to do in Brentwood, Tennessee, features the top 161 nearby activities — including 77 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Brentwood, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Brentwood, TN , followed by 144 popular activities in nearby cities, including Nashville, Franklin, Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, Madison, Smyrna, Mount Juliet, Hermitage, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Lebanon and Columbia
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Guests pick their own stops to create a custom tour of area distilleries, breweries, and wineries
Brentwood Library has a wide selection of books, magazines, and DVDs along with other periodicals. They also have a children's area and adult education classes, and on weekends visitors can enjoy puppetry or art shows.
With acres of open space, nature trails, paved pathways, athletic fields, and playground, visitors to Crockett Park can enjoy a variety of recreational activities. The park is also home to the historic Cool Springs house and the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater.
A large fitness center with a variety of amenities, the Maryland Farms YMCA features a weight room, cardio facilities, tennis and basketball courts, a sauna, and locker rooms. The facility also offers classes of various kinds.
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Featuring tennis clinics, Visitors Brentwood Swim & Tennis Club offers visitors indoor tennis courts and an outdoor pool. The pool often hosts competitions for the swim and dive teams of the club.
Within the Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary, there is 160 acres of land dedicated to conservation and native wildlife preservation. Many programs and events are held throughout the year to teach about and allow enjoyment of the environment as well as the animals.
Spanning 31 acres, Primm Park houses the historic Boiling Springs Academy and 5 mounds from the Native American tribe known as Mound Builders. The park connects to the Brentwood Bikeway, and the Little Harpeth River runs throughout the park.