in Nashville, TN
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Capitol Bicentennial Mall State Park
600 James Robertson Pkwy
Nashville, TN 37243 Directions
Enjoy outdoor fun at Capitol Bicentennial Mall State Park, the 19-acre park that rests in the shadow of the State Capitol in downtown Nashville. You'll enjoy a day in the park filled with loads of recreational activities while soaking up Tennessee history. Check in with park rangers for an historical tour of the park.
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Art Museum
1200 Forrest Park Dr
Nashville, TN 37205 Directions
Visit the house that coffee built. The Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Art Museum is a 30,000-square-foot palatial estate, once home to the Cheek family, heirs to the Maxwell House coffee fortune. Today, the grand estate and attraction houses American and British works of art and its 55 acres are grounds to lavish gardens and a nature sanctuary.
Duber Cave State Park
401 Old Dunbar Cave Rd
Clarksville, TN 37040 Directions
It gets a little batty at Duber Cave State Park, where its most prominent natural cave used to lend its big roomy mouth to local square dances, radio shows and big band instrumental concerts; the cave is now temporarily sold out due to a thriving bat community. Bats aside, there's plenty of outdoor recreation like fishing, hiking and picnicking to enjoy, making a trip to this bat cave well worth the drive.
Nashville Shores Waterpark
4001 Bell Rd
Hermitage, TN 37076 Directions
Pack the sunscreen and head out to Nashville Shores Waterpark, the premier 365-acre outdoor wonderland. Spend hours water logged on eight thrilling water slides and swim around in three action-packed pools. Master the paddle at Kayak Cove and play in the sand at Parker Sandbox. Land lovers, you're set with a game of miniature golf, volleyball, frisbee and horseshoes.
3777 Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN 37211 Directions
Go on a Zoofari to the Nashville Zoo. Come face-to-face with more than three hundred and fifty animals, including majestic creatures like Bengal tigers and African Elephants. You'll be smack in the middle of big animal adventures and attractions, including the Wild Animal Carousel and the 66,000-square-foot Jungle Gym.
1160 Otter Creek Rd
Nashville, TN 37220 Directions
Radnor Lake in Nashville rocks! Close to one million people a year head outdoors to visit Radnor Lake to enjoy the six miles of trails throughout the nature preserve and observe abundant wildlife, including wildflowers, birds, bald eagles, reptiles, and amphibians. Radnor Lake also hosts great preservation events like concerts featuring big name artists, with past performers like Grammy winner Peter Frampton.
- • 9:00pm To Close PrimeBites Are Only $4.50
- • No Rental Fees For Party Room
- • Prime Aged Steaks And Jumbo Nova Scotia Lobsters To Italian Classics