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Thinking of a spontaneous trip next weekend to Nashville, as kids have the Presidents Day Holiday off.
Not taking TT, probably will just snag a hotel for 2-3 nights.

Is Nashville kid friendly at all? Or just all partying/bars etc?
I ask on here bc I usually get real life experience answers, versus what the internet tells me.
Also, any suggestions on must eat at restaurants would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance!

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My question would be, what do YOU plan on doing there? All I saw was country music, and not too many kids are into that.

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My grandkids lived near there for 3 years. Not much for kids to do, other than mosey down to the lake/river.

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It's not really kid friendly.... I have not been there in about 15 years and I hear it has changed A LOT since then.

My Bro in law was there last year and said it was crazy!

there are tours that you could go on with the kids.... they are always nice...


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Posted: 02/06/20 03:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My kids like "partying/bars etc" how old are your kids?





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lol kids are 6 and 2 years old

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It's not unfriendly meaning nothing offensive but at their ages there is not much for them. There is the Hermitage Museum which is Andrew Jackson's home that is very interresting but again a 6 year old might find the exhibits kind of cool but would the house tour put him to sleep?

Downtown is restaurants and honky tonks and a few museums like Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison and there is the Musicians Hall of Fame and things like that.

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I don't recall seeing a lot there for kids to do that would be of much interest to them. Even the Grand Old Opry would be a bit long for a two year old. If they get restless, they might create a distraction to others trying to watch the show. The gardens at Opryland are kind of neat to see. They might like that.

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There used to be the Opryland Theme Park but they tore it down in 1997 for businesses or condos. It was a nice park IMHO. There is the Nashville Zoo that gets good reviews. Found this website: https://www.wheretraveler.com/nashville/12-great-places-take-kids-nashville that lists places for kids. Scroll down towards the bottom.


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If you stay at the Opryland Hotel they have an indoor water park. Your children may be interested in the Adventure Science Museum for children. And as Crowe stated the Nashville Zoo would be great.
You could also consider the General Jackson Boat.

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