Fun Things to Do in Nashville with Kids

Plenty of Things to Do in Nashville with Kids

Over the past years, Nashville has become a tourist hot spot. And, with its booming culinary community, family-oriented attractions, friendly locals, and signature music scene, it’s easy to see why. But even with its newfound fame, there are still low-key things to do in this Southern city.
Nashville is a fun city for both kids and adults. There are several Nashville parks, playgrounds, and museums that kids will love visiting. Most of the time, kids are very active, so they need to be able to burn some of their energy off. There are various things to do in Nashville for both kids and adults.

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Feed the Ducks at Centennial Park

The Nashville Parthenon can be located in Centennial Park, so you get to see one of the famous Nashville tourist attractions as well. Also, there’s a playground in the park. Be sure to take some bread or crackers for the ducks.

Take a Spectacular Train Ride on an Old Train

The Tennessee Central Railway Museum has train rides with themes. Sometimes they have a mystery or a train robbery. The Easter Bunny, Thomas the Train, and Santa also visit the museum from time to time. It is essential to plan this well because they only make about 20 train trips a year.

Splash Down at Outdoor Water Parks in Nashville

 This is often a great way to cool down and relax during the summer. Wave Country is a smaller water park and not crowded as Nashville Shores. You’ll have a lot of fun spending some time at both parks.

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Go to a Nashville Sounds Baseball Game

 What makes baseball fun is that kids can usually meet the team mascot, after the game. Here is a tip for you. Ensure you add one hour extra into the schedule. Right next door to Fort Negley Park is Greer Stadium, a civil war battlefield. They are also free to see. Usually, it will take about an hour unless you decide to watch the films about it then you better plan for two hours.

Kids of All Ages Love Petting Zoos

 There’s not just one petting zoo, but Lucky Ladd Farms is the largest. Not only are there up close and personal visits with “friendly farm animals and exotic livestock,” but pony rides are just $5.00. Lucky Ladd’s is in Eagleville and is open from Wednesday through Saturday during the spring and summer.

The Fall is Corn Maze season

This might be a seasonal event, but it should be an annual activity. Corn Mazes can be challenging for adults but have plenty of activities for the kids. More often than not, there are hay mazes for the little ones. They get to pick out and paint a pumpkin at most of the corn maze in the Nashville area.
There are numerous fun things to do for adults and kids in Nashville. This is just a tiny sampling of options. It’s time to plan your day out with the kids, and have fun letting your inner child come out as well!