Things to Do With Kids in Nashville

Tennessee, Nashville Guide (B): Things to Do With Kids in Nashville

Nashville, TN is not exactly a city that conjures up images of kids running around. When people think of Music City they think of bars and loud music, party buses taking to the streets, bachelorette bashes – basically one big party! Which it is. But, let’s face it, even in the most adult-centric cities, there are kids everywhere. I like to have a laugh at this thought because it’s not like there aren’t any kids in Nashville! In the last couple of years I’ve found myself writing about cities that tend to have a “grown-up” vibe and reputation, such as New Orleans and Miami, and have been showing just how family-friendly they can actually be. We don’t have anyone to watch the kids while we’re away, so where we go, they go. We wanted to visit Nashville, so the kids came too. And with that we discovered just how wonderful Nashville is for families. There are a lot of fun things to do with kids in Nashville. I will put out a full disclaimer that we had grandparents in tow (who live in the South) who were able to watch the kids while we went out at night. But even without them, we would have still had a blast, because Nashville is so much fun, and for all ages. Below is my list of things to do with kids in Nashville. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Things to Do With Kids in Nashville
Guide Location: USA » Nashville
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Rippy’s   The Country Music Hall of Fame   The Johnny Cash Museum   Adventure Science Center   The Parthenon   Ryman Auditorium   I Believe in Nashville   Kelsey Montague’s Wings   The John Siegenthaler Pedestrian Bridge   Acme Feed & Seed   Pinewood Social  
Author: Corey Cook
Read it on author's website: https://fifiandhop.com/2018/07/03/things-to-do-with-kids-in-nashville/