Taylor Swift, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan and country stars galore are preserved for the ages in wax. Kids (and their adults) won't believe how lifelike these figures are. And it isn't just a museum. You can interact with the figures: sing with them on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry or record an album in the studio.
We searched the city and found the best things to do in Nashville—with kids—that guarantee a successful visit...and that means finding activities that are both educational and entertaining, so that they're fast asleep for the whole trip home. Time to start figuring out where to stay!
While the city screams country music and might inspire a Johnny Cash jam session or two, you don't necessarily have to embrace its musical roots (though, of course, we're all for a trip to the Grand Ole Opry). There are plenty of things to do in Nashville that satisfy all interests, after all.
Branch out with trip to local museums that boast interactive science exhibits and free family art programs. Grab a bite at some of the best restaurants in Nashville, one of which puts a quirky twist on breakfast that the kiddos will appreciate. And, when the temperatures begin to soar, head outside and cool off with a dip in J. Percy Priest Lake.
As your trip down south comes to a close, make sure to enjoy the best brunch in Nashville before making your way to the airport.
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