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Alli Worthington is a digital strategist, business coach, author and speaker. She's a wife, a mom to five sons, and a stepmom to an awesome daughter. Some of her interests: social good, startups, photography, transmedia, tech, photography, gardening, and ice cream. You can learn more about her on her website, Alli Worthington. She is the founder of Blissfully Domestic online magazine, and the co-founder of Blissdom Conference.

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Things to Do in Nashville with Kids

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Heading to Nashville any time soon? You’re in luck! It’s my hometown, and there’s lots I’d love to show y’all!

Nashville is a pretty special city; rich in musical legacy, brimming with cultural heritage, and certainly not lacking in everyday fun stuff to do with the kids!

I’ve culled the best of the best for y’all visitors to Nashville; you’re certain to find plenty of destinations you and the kids in your life will love

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Things to Do in Nashville with Kids

Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry isn’t just the longest-running radio show in the United States; it is also a destination. In fact, it’s an entire entertainment compound honoring country music traditions, both old and new. Since 1925 the Opry has been an American phenomenon; no trip to Nashville is complete without a visit to “country’s most famous stage.” Read more about the Grand Ole Opry.

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Alli Worthington

Alli Worthington is a digital strategist, business coach, speaker and author. Alli Worthington is also a wife, mother to five boys and one stepdaughter, as well as the founder of the online women's magazine Blissfully Domestic and the founder of the BlissDom conference. Read bio and latest posts → Read Alli's latest posts →

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3 thoughts on “Things to Do in Nashville with Kids

  1. rushelle says:

    im not shore what this place is but it looks fun

  2. Lora says:


    If you have one day in Nashville with a 10 and 12 year old what would you do, where would you eat?


  3. Sandra says:

    I got news for you…there is nothing interesting for kids to do in Nashville. Take a trip to Chattanooga and take a lesson. After the zoo and Opryland it’s boring.

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