When it comes to finding something quirky and cool to do in Music City, we’ve got you covered. It’s not easy to see past the honkytonks and bars down Broadway – sometimes you just need a little help. You
need to check out these surprising things to do in Nashville. You may find yourself more than a little bit shocked.
1. Have dinner in the oldest townhouse in Nashville.
The Standard in downtown Nashville is the oldest remaining townhouse in the city, and it proffers an upscale menu thats perfect for the greatest of occasions.
2. Revisit your childhood and bounce it out!
There are multiple trampoline hot spots, like the popular Sky High for example, that dot Nashville and its surrounding suburbs. Why not relive your favorite seventh birthday party...? Your kids will love it, too!
3. Spend a lazy afternoon at Arrington.
Arrington is perfect if you're looking for a quiet picnic and a sweet bit of time away from the crazy of the work week. Plus, check out all their options for adults. This isn't the best place to bring kids - check before your trip - but for grown ups? It's a killer decision.
4. Take a nice boozy tour.
With the onslaught of craft breweries in Nashville, the sky is your limit. Pick a spot and grab a pint - or two. You never know when you'll find your new favorite.
5. Take a couples cooking class.
The most prominent romantic comedy date is definitely not the cooking class, but why not?! Can you think of anything more romantic and fun when you're getting to know someone...? Well, if you're up for the challenge - Nashville has quite a few fantastic chefs that are more than ready to help you turn the heat up.
6. Zipline, anyone?
Adventureworks is located in Whites Creek and it proves to be one of the most popular spots in the summer, time and time again. Ziplining is perfect for a wide range of ages, so don't feel like you'll be left in the dust - plus? Your kids will think you're SO cool.
Alright, folks – time to plan a couple of dates, don’t you think? Let us know which ones you’ve tried!