5 Things to Do for Your Nashville Staycation

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Nashville is an exciting town with exciting entertainment to offer. Whether you are traveling with friends or looking to take a short staycation to Nashville with the family, the city has something to offer. The following are five fun things to do while you are in Nashville. Feel free to try each one of them, or pick and choose your favorites to attend. Regardless, all of these destinations are must-see attractions, particularly if you live in the Nashville area. From watching a play with your children to visiting the country music hall of fame, here are five of the more notable exciting places to visit in Nashville. 

Visit Lucky Ladd Farms

Lucky Ladd farms offer exciting events all year, including fun water play areas for children, hayrides and much more. If you are traveling to the Nashville area with children, then visiting Lucky Ladd Farms is a great activity to add to your to-do list. The farm offers a zoo area, which includes more than one hundred animals, a designated play area for children and seasonal activities that kids and adults alike are likely to enjoy.

Nashville Children’s Theatre

The Nashville Children’s Theatre puts on exciting plays all year long that adults and children love. If you or your children love a great theatrical performance, then you are going to enjoy visiting Nashville Children's Theatre, which is famously known as the oldest professional children’s theatre in the United States that is still operating.

Country Music Hall of Fame

There might not be a more Nashville thing to do than to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. Nashville - which is known by many as Music City - has established a reputation of producing great country music and giving the start to many famous country musicians. If you love country music and want to see something you cannot see anywhere else, then visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame is a great idea. 

Check Out The Nashville Zoo

There are more than one hundred animals at Lucky Ladd Farms, but the Nashville Zoo is perhaps an even better way to see some of the most interesting animals in the world. The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere - which is located just six miles away from downtown Nashville - has thousands of animals and over 300 species, making it one of the largest zoos in all of the United States. 

Watch a Sports Game

There are many professional and collegiate sports teams in the Nashville area, including the Nashville Predators, Tennessee Titans and Nashville SC. Depending on the time of the year, you can catch either an entertaining football game, soccer game or hockey game, among many other great sports at the high school, college and professional level.

The Bottom Line

Nashville has something to offer everyone who visits, and you can make the most of your staycation in Nashville by planning the fun activities to take part in. Pick your favorite thing to do, and Nashville likely offers it, from watching sports to visiting a zoo.


Annette Masterson is a licensed broker with EXIT Realty Bob Lamb & Associates in Murfreesboro, TN. She has developed one of the most successful real estate teams in Rutherford County, known as Masterson Network, that specializes in new home construction and residential listings and sales throughout Middle Tennessee. You can email Annette at mastersonnetwork@gmail.com or call her at 615-896-5656 (Office) or 615-533-1660 (Cell) for more information.