- Our list of the best things to do in Madison, Tennessee, features the top 150 nearby activities — including 72 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Madison, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Madison, TN , followed by 141 popular activities in nearby cities, including Nashville, Hendersonville, Brentwood, Franklin, Gallatin, Lebanon, Smyrna, Mount Juliet, Hermitage, Springfield, Ashland City and Kingston Springs
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130 Cherokee Rd N, Hendersonville, TN 37075 MoreLess Info
Drakes Creek Activity Center offers a wide variety of sport and game equipment and facilities for visitors to use. The facility features batting cages, an outdoor laser tag area, miniature golf, and even hot air balloon rides.
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.
A multi-sport athletic complex, Drake's Creek Park offers facilities for football, baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball, several of which are under lights. The park also features a playground, picnic shelters and walking path.
Named for the late blues guitar legend, B.B Kingâ€™s Blues Club is a venue for live blues music. The club features a variety of regionally and nationally touring acts, and also serves a full menu of Southern comfort food.
Guests of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center will not only be able to watch shows from local bands, but they'll also be ale to watch concerts from national bands as well. The site also hosts Broadway players and sells a variety of food items.
119 3rd Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37201 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the country music legend, The Johnny Cash Museum offers visitors displays filled with memorabilia like guitars, clothing, photographs, and more. Visitors can learn about the icon's childhood, favorite guitars, and more.
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.