Here are 6 things you should know before you go to the CMA Country Christmas show taping in Nashville.
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Visiting Nashville for the first time? We think it's a great place to visit... and live! Here, local residents share their favorite things to see & do that are worthy of being on your Nashville bucket list -- plus Nashville road trip ideas & day trips to surrounding areas. See activities the entire family will enjoy: museums, water parks, bicycle & segway tours, drive-in movie theaters, tips for visiting many of the area's parks (local parks, dog parks & state parks) -- even fun things to do on a rainy day. Plus, fun activities just for adults: Nashville nightlife, the downtown bars, popular music venues, where to eat, our favorite small (but quaint) live music places that are off the beaten path, and fun tours you should take when you're here -- even if you're not into music!
Looking for the best Nashville skatepark? Then you have to go to Two Rivers Skatepark! It’s on the same property as Wave Country water park. Here’s our family’s review of the skatepark.
We already have a favorite dog park in Franklin… it’s Maggie’s Bark Park. Our second favorite is Warner Dog Park.But still, I was excited when I heard there was another new dog park in town! It’s called the K9 Korral Dog Park at Harlinsdale Farm. So the dog and I both jumped in the car and we went to check it out…
Planning a car trip to or from Nashville soon? Regardless of where you’re headed, here are 6 things you must do before you hit the road!
The Frist Center in Nashville is not your typical art museum. Not only are there traditional visual arts galleries, but there are also hands-on family-friendly interactive areas that your kids will enjoy. Here’s what our recent trip to The Frist Center was like with two 9-year-old boys.
I’m from Florida. I’m a water park enthusiast. While Nashville isn’t exactly known for its water parks, Nashville Shores is a really awesome place to have fun and stay cool! Here’s a mom’s review of Nashville Shores water park.
Here are a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities that kids of all ages would enjoy in Nashville. I have done quite a few of these activities with my kids, but not all of them… yet! We have only lived in Nashville for 2 years. We plan on doing some of these ourselves in the next few weeks.
If you’re going to Nashville for the nightlife and live music, then a pub crawl on Broadway must be on your To Do list! You don’t have to like Country music – there’s plenty of live entertainment to suit everyone’s tastes. Here are some ideas for doing your own Nashville pub crawl.
Sixth Avenue Skatepark is located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. This skate park has both indoor and outdoor skating areas, but it’s best known for its indoor facility. If you have skateboard, scooter, or BMX enthusiasts then you’ll want to check out this skatepark!
I’ve always enjoyed bike riding in Nashville, TN. It’s a bike-friendly city. Setting out on a bicycle can open up a whole new perspective on Music City USA.