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School’s Out - What to do?

May 26, 2023

The heat is officially here to stay and that means it is summertime! The kids are out of school and the days are long and warm! While there are tons of activities you can do at home to keep your kids occupied and entertained, sometimes it’s nice to get out and experience local activities around the community. Here are some family-friendly adventures to enjoy in the Nashville area! 


The great thing about the library is that even if your children aren’t interested in finding books, they offer lots of events – most of which are free! Another great perk of visiting the library is that there are multiple locations around the city. So, no matter what area of town you live in, there is likely a library close by! 

Science Museum 

The Adventure Science Center has been around for seventy-five years and is still a favorite activity for so many! This museum showcases the unique qualities of both science and technology. Not only will this fascinate your kids, but it just might have you in awe too! 


The Nashville Zoo is such a hit that people travel from all over the state to visit! On top of offering views of live animals in their habitats, they also host a wide array of events. We have a feeling this destination will be a hit for your children! 

Adventure Park

Nashville’s Adventure Park is an extraordinary and exciting experience for everyone! The self-guided tree-to-tree climbing opportunity will force your kids out of their comfort zones and encourage them to embrace their sense of adventure. In addition to a ropes course, they also offer ax throwing. Not to mention, if you make a visit here and your kids can’t get enough, they take reservations for birthday parties! 

Try these local Nashville adventures with your kids this summer to keep them entertained and to bond over new experiences with them! 

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