The science center offers engaging learning experiences and science fun through hands-on, interactive exhibits, innovative programs, and full-dome productions in the state-of-the-art Sudekum Planetarium.
The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is a zoological garden and historic plantation farmhouse located 6 miles southeast of Downtown Nashville.
Nashville Children’s Theatre employs some of Nashville’s finest professional adult actors on stage to bring the highest quality performances to student groups during weekday performances and to families on evening and weekend public performances.
Friends of Radnor Lake (FORL) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 1971 with the mission to protect, preserve, and promote the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education, and park support.
Shake off your preconceptions and expectations and get in tune with the nation’s first truly upscale indoor/outdoor resort water attraction.
SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville is a unique indoor waterpark for hotel guests that unites extraordinary environments, exclusive amenities and relaxing water features.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the world’s largest museums and research centers dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music.
The Grand Ole Opry is the live performance showcase that features today’s country music stars, superstars, and rising stars all on one stage, every week in Nashville.
Madame Tussauds Nashville focuses solely on the lyrical legends that have shaped the musical landscape of America, making Music City the perfect home for the world-renowned wax attraction.
The Shelby Bottoms Nature Center is an environmental education and recreation facility of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation.
At We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym, we provide Play With A Purpose™. Play With A Purpose is exercising and stimulating any of the seven senses through positive physical, emotional and social development.
The Johnny Cash Museum opened in April 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee, to honor the life and music of the country superstar often referred to as the “Man in Black”
NMAAM is the only museum dedicated to preserving the legacy and celebrating the accomplishments of the music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans.
Honky Tonk Highway
The music never stops at the Honky Tonk Highway, one of Nashville’s most popular streets. Some of the must-checkout spots here are the Whiskey Row gastropub, AJ’s Good Time Bar, and Alan Jackson’s Bar, all offering excellent live music.
Percy and Edwin Warner Park Offer 60+ Miles of Scenic Trails. Visitors can enjoy miles of pet-friendly trails and paved roadways throughout the parks—perfect for walking, hiking, biking, and running—including 8 miles of professionally constructed mountain biking trails, and 10+ miles of dedicated bridle paths.