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3 Fun Things To Do In Nashville With Kids

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Nashville is full of fun family friendly things to do. Visit parks, take music tours, check out museums. Here are 3 attractions you don’t want to miss if you visit Nashville with kids.

1. Adventure Science Center

Guests of all ages will have the opportunity to step into the shoes of a National Geographic explorer while taking journeys to the wildest places on Earth. In this highly interactive exhibition and immersive environment, guests will learn about plants and animals that thrive in extreme environments, and explorers who have risked life and limb to discover new places, help protect them for future generations and discover new realms of scientific inquiry. In addition, guests will gain insights into the important roles that technology, innovation and ingenuity play in making and documenting explorers’ discoveries. For more information about National Geographic Earth Explorers, visit AdventureSci.org.

For more than 70 years, Adventure Science Center has been bringing science to life for students, teachers and families in Middle Tennessee and across the U.S. The organization offers engaging learning experiences and science fun through hands-on, interactive exhibits, innovative programs and full dome productions in state-of-the-art Sudekum Planetarium. Adventure Science Center strives to open every mind to the wonders of science and technology, fostering a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us.

2. Nashville Children’s Theatre

Founded in 1931 by the Junior League of Nashville, Nashville Children’s Theatre is the oldest professional children’s theatre in the United States. A national leader in theatre arts and education programs for young people, NCT was ranked by TIME Magazine as one of the top five children’s theatre’s in the country.

Lead funding for NCT’s programs is provided by Metro Arts, Tennessee Arts Commission, The Shubert Foundation, The Memorial Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. For more information visit.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The Little Mermaid is getting close! Make sure to get your tickets early!

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Nashville Children’s Theatre (NCT), the nation’s oldest professional theatre for young audiences and the largest theatre in Middle Tennessee, announces the third show in its 2018-19 Season of Discovery: Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID. The musical runs from November 8 – December 23, 2018.

3. Nashville Zoo

Nashville Zoo is accredited by the prestigious Association of Zoos and Aquariums, assuring the highest standards of animal care and husbandry. Attracting more than 890,000 visitors annually, the Zoo is considered one of the top things to do in Nashville. The Zoo is a non-profit organization located at 3777 Nolensville Pike and is open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. The mission of Nashville Zoo is to inspire a culture of understanding and discovery of our natural world through conservation, innovation and leadership.

The first two Saturdays in November guests have a chance to hear exciting stories while experiencing the Zoo’s animal habitats. During Nashville Zoo’s annual “Celebrate Reading” event, visitors follow a story map to hear a different children’s book read to them every half hour at various stops around the Zoo. Celebrate Reading will be held on Nov. 3 and 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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3 Fun Things To Do In Nashville With Kids

14 thoughts on “3 Fun Things To Do In Nashville With Kids”

  1. Nashville is such a fun place to visit. There are endless places to go and experience. If you’re a music lover, it’s even better.

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  2. This is perfect timing. We have never been to Nashville before but will be visiting in June. I can’t wait to visit some (or maybe all) of these places when we are there! 🙂

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  3. I have been to Nashville but have never visited the zoo or the science center. Both are great suggestions! And then after that eating hot chicken will be a must for me too.

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