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This is another hidden gem for visitors to Nashville and locals alike. View the collection of international nativities at Christmas time and walk around the Vanderbilt area for lunch afterward. There is no fee for admission but donations are invited.
This is a free museum, a hidden gem known mostly to schoolchildren. Currently located in the basement of TPAC, it will move in 2017 to a new building adjacent to the Farmers Market. Great exhibits on settlers and early Tennesseans, along with some weird stuff like a mummy and Mississippian art pottery pieces.
The exhibits are really interesting for kids (and some for adults too!) The only downside is that some of the climbing areas are right for adults and generally lead to kids running crazy. They absolutely love it though.
My kids love it! An indoor playground where they are also learning at the same time. We also love the planetarium shows.
The Frist is a great place to see exhibits. What you may not know is that the Frist Cafe is a really good lunch spot. Grilled paninis are made to order. My favorite is the portobello mushroom. The side salad with baby greens and wasabi ranch dressing is incredible. You can also get fresh cut potato chips. Great prices, food and service.
One of our favorite rainy day activities in Nashville. The FREE Tennessee State Museum is really fun to explore with little ones.
The museum was interesting, but the staff is rude. The museum is to the back of a souvenir shop. My husband exited the museum before me. While waiting at the front, the cashier asked if he was ready to check out. He advised he wasn't buying, simply waiting for me. The cashier advised him he could wait outside. Rain was pouring down and the temp was 90 degrees.
A beautifully restored antebellum mansion with a fascinating history. Definitely worth the time and price of admission to see.
The 12 days of winter are the best for all ages. It is a fun, exciting place for younger kids and the family.