One of the many things to do in Nashville Tennessee may surprise you, like taking a train ride at the Central Railway Museum. This family friendly excursion is much more than just a train ride. Depending on when you go, your family may be part of an old-fashioned train robbery, see the civil war, or be serenaded by live music. All aboard!!

The Grand Ole Opry is synonymous with Tennessee. Young and old both enjoy top entertainment here. Venues change regularly at the Opera House. Make sure you check the schedule in advance. Most shows are family friendly, some more than others.

There is plenty of history in Downtown Nashville. Spend at least one day looking at historical attractions like the state capitol. A walking tour of Downtown Nashville is beautiful. It’s fun to see the old buildings up close and imagine what it was like one hundred years ago. Sure, it’s one of the simpler things to do. But your family will always remember the sights, sounds and smells of the city. Choosing a good family friendly eating place is important. No worries, in Downtown Nashville there are plenty of good old-fashioned eateries.

There are plenty of places to go in Tennessee. The Toy Museum brings out the child in everyone. It’s one of the family attractions in Nashville everyone should agree on going to. Rare toy trains, toy soldiers and more make for a fun afternoon.

The Nashville Zoo is one of the family attractions shared by both locals and visitors. The zoo is probably one of the most family friendly places in all of Tennessee. You can choose from one of the many scheduled activities or stroll through the zoo admiring the animals. Chances are you’ll end up watching an animal show or two. End your zoo visit taking a ride on one of the zoos most popular attractions, the Wild Animal Carousel.

One of the classiest family attractions in Nashville is The Hermitage. It is one of the most exclusive places to go. You and your family will step back in time to the presidency of Andrew Jackson. President Jackson is one of the most interesting presidents of our time. He was famous for fighting as general during the uprising of the Creek Indians and the Battle of New Orleans. The Hermitage may be one of the most memorable activities of your trip to Nashville.