Nashville homeschool field trips

As we start out unschooling journey I started to research places I wanted to visit. I wanted to have a list of places that we would enjoy as a family. Places that would offer learning opportunities and the kids would enjoy. After all the options for learning are endless when you are having fun and exploring your interest.

I have compiled this list of places as you can see below with the hopes to discover at least one of these each week. So be sure to come back often or join our mailing list to stay up to date on the latest.

Places to visit in Nashville with children.
  1. Nashville Zoo

  2. Adventure Science Center

  3. Murfreesboro Discovery Center

  4. Frist Art Museum

  5. Cheekwood

  6. Nashville Library

  7. Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center

  8. Climb Nashville

  9. Centennial Park & Parthenon

  10. Ford Ice Center 

  11. Ollie’s

  12. Mckay’s

  13. Shelby Bottoms Nature Center

  14. Lane Motor Museum

  15. Bowie Nature Park

  16. Carnton Plantation

  17. Lotz House 

  18. Stones River

  19. Nashville Children’s Theater

  20. Warner Nature Center

  21. Mansker’s Station

  22. Global Education Center

  23. Nashville Farmer’s Market

  24. Green Door Gourmet

  25. Country Music Hall of Fame

  26. Ryman

  27. Opry 

  28. Smart Supplies

  29. Turnip Green Creative Reuse

  30. Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center

  31. Jae’s Gem Mine

  32. Traveler’s Rest Historic House & Museum

  33. TN Agricultural Museum

  34. Tennessee State Museum

  35. Fort Nashborough

  36. Plaza Mariachi

  37. Capital Building

  38. Symphony

  39. Belle Meade Plantation

  40. Governor’s Residence

  41. Dyer Observatory

  42. Middle Tennesse Museum of Natural History

  43. Ford Ice Center

  44. Hermitage

  45. Tennesse Performing Arts Center

  46. Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

  47. Nashville Ballet

  48. Lucky Ladd Farm

  49. Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary

As we explore each of these places in Nashville we will share pictures and write a review post. We hope that regardless if you a homeschool or not you visit some or all of these places on your next to Nashville. We are so excited to finally be homeschooling this is going to be an amazing adventure.

Is there anywhere else we should be exploring? Help us add more places to our list.

Nashville has so much to offer children as opportunities to learn.

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