Family Friendly Events in Middle Tennessee

 

Ghost and Lantern Tour

Historic Mansker's Station 705 Caldwell Dr., Goodlettsville, TN

Visitors of all ages are invited to step back in time and take a night tour through the grounds of the Bowen Plantation Home and Historic Mansker's Station. Historical interpreters dressed in 1700's attire will guide guests by lantern light through the historic sites where they will listen to stories and tales of days gone ...

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$10
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Ghost Tours @ Sam Davis Home

Sam Davis Home 1399 Sam Davis Road, Smyrna, TN

This is a spooktacular event that is fun for the whole family. This event is sure to make your spine tingle as your tour this historic property in the dark. Will you meet ghosts from the past? Hear some of the most haunted tales in Tennessee, enter the historic house in the dark (if you ...

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$10 – $15
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Gallatin Ghost Walk

Gallatin City Square Gallatin, TN

A family friendly walk through the history and mystery of one of the South's most haunted counties: our own Sumner County. Nationally renowned author and historian Donna Hartley Lucas leads visitors on a spine-tingling storytelling excursion of haunts, cryptids and supernatural events based on our area's diverse and fascinating history. RESERVATIONS 615-512-5299

$15

Inaugural Ghost Tours of Oaklands Mansion

Oaklands Historic House Museum 900 North Maney Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN

Some say that Oaklands Mansion is one of the most haunted houses in middle Tennessee. Come for a visit and experience the first ghost tours ever offered of Rutherford county Tennessee’s most famous historic mansion! Walk the dimly lit halls as guides regale you with haunting tales of eerie bumps in the night and experience ...

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$25

Community Trick or Treat @ Belle Meade Historic Site

Belle Meade Historic Site 110 Leake Avenue, Nashville, TN

Join us for our 19th Annual Community Trick or Treat event! We are excited to announce the return of this FREE* family-friendly event! Play games, make crafts, and Trick or Treat along our Treat Walk! (Family costumes are welcome, but we do not permit adults to wear costume masks which cover the whole face or ...

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Free

Spooktacular Toddler Halloween Party at Patterson Park Community Center

Murfreesboro Patterson Park 521 Mercury Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN

Bring your toddler(s) and join us for a spooktacular time. There will be a parade, spooky pokey dance, candy, carnival style games, super hero obstacle course, prize drawings and a costume contest. For ages 2-5. Call 615-893-7439 x 6121 for more information. Free with a canned food donation

Fun Fall Craft at Cannonsburgh Village: Yarn Monsters

Cannonsburgh Village 312 S. Front Street, Murfreesboro, TN

Thursday, October 28, 2021 Bring the kids for a fun fall craft at Cannonsburgh Village as we make colorful yarn monsters on October 28th at 1:00 pm. Admission is $5 and reservations are required. Make your reservation by calling 615-801-2606 or email mbnevills@murfreesborotn.gov. For ages 6-12.

$5

Great Pumpkin Festival

The Discovery Center 502 S.E. Broad Stree, Murfreesboro, TN

THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 4 to 7 p.m. Location: Outdoors at Discovery Center Ages: All ages family event Admission Fee: Members, $4 per person for all adults & children ages 2+; Non-members, $7 Put on your Halloween costume and come to Discovery Center at Murfree Spring for outdoor family fun at the Great Pumpkin Festival! Enjoy a costume contest, ...

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$4

Cha! Cha!’s Halloween Spook-tacular

Rainforest Cafe 353 Opry Mills Dr, Nashville, TN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 BEGINNING AT 5PM ENJOY A KID'S BUFFET FOR $14.99 EACH PLAY GAMES, ACTIVITIES, GIVEAWAYS, AND MEET CHA! CHA! CALL YOUR PREFERRED RAINFOREST FOR RESERVATIONS! FIND YOUR RAINFOREST

$14.99

Trick or Treat at Drakes Creek

Drakes Creek Park Hendersonville, TN

Date: Thursday October 28, 2021 Time: 6:00pm-8:00 pm Location: Drakes Creek Park Fee: Free Admission Business Booth: $15 Join Hendersonville Parks for a night of trick-or-treating at Drakes Creek Park. Booths will be lined up along the trail to provide candy, games, and prizes, followed by hayrides through the park.  

Free