Nashville Travel Tips | Part 3
Hey Y’all! We’re back with more things to do while you’re visiting our favorite city in the US! Now that Katy lives in Nashville and has had the opportunity to discover more fun things to share with you guys.
Parts 1 and 2 of our Nashville travel series featured murals to snap a photo at, shopping, bars, restaurants, breweries, wineries, and distilleries. Part 3 of our Nashville travel series focuses on unique ways to spend your time in Music City. We will continue to update our list as we find more things to do in Nashville that go beyond country music! Be sure to share some of your favorite things to do, too!
Things to Do in Nashville
Axe Throwing – Quickly taking the country by storm, axe throwing has become a fun social activity for people of all ages. Batl Axe in East Nashville features friendly instructors, beer on tap, and a fun environment for everyone! Best of all, this is an affordable way to have some fun if you’re traveling on a budget!
Pontoon Saloon – All aboard! Looking for a unique way to enjoy your favorite cocktail? Book a spot on the Pontoon Saloon! Great for large groups, this party barge floats down the Cumberland River for a two-hour ride. Guests are invited to bring their own liquor, mixers, snacks to enjoy while you cruise down the Cumberland. Tickets start at $38 a person.
Scooter around town – Grab a Lime or Bird scooter and scoot to brunch or around town. These little battery-powered scooters have quickly become our favorite way to get around town. Don’t forget your helmet!
Topgolf – If you haven’t visited a Topgolf before, you’re missing out. Whether or not you’re an avid golfer or even a golf fan, you’re going to enjoy a trip to this state-of-the-art driving range. Topgolf is a great activity for groups and they’ve even got a music venue onsite, so don’t forget to check the concert calendar!
Nashville Zoo – Being from San Diego, we’re spoiled with a fantastic, beautiful zoo with large animal exhibits. But the Nashville Zoo is a terrific zoo! They’ve got summer events for beer and wine enthusiasts, a zip line, and plenty of animals to see and learn about. If you’re looking for something to do before you catch an afternoon flight home, the Nashville Zoo is a great way to spend your time because it only takes about an hour or two to get through.
Make Your Own Candle – Another great activity for a group, The Candle Bar in East Nashville and Berry Hill is a fun way to spend an afternoon if you’re caught in a storm. Sip on your own drinks while you make your own candle. Pick your vessel, the scent of your candle, and pour in the wax! We recommend you do this the day before you leave because the wax needs several hours to solidify.
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