Are your kids running circles in your house? But it’s too hot or cold or raining? Take them to one of Nashville’s indoor playgrounds! We found places for all ages all over Middle Tennessee. Bookmark this page to reference it next time you want to get out of the house.
These playgrounds are FREE to enter and play. Perfect for a rainy or cold afternoon.
Old Bellevue Library (Map) – This is a temporary indoor playground, but it is currently open Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 5:30 PM. Rumor has it this building is the temporary community center until the new one opens in October 2019. If you are making a special trip, give the new library a call (615-862-5854) to verify this is still open.
Downtown Library (Map) – The children’s section of the downtown library is home to a playscape and small climbing wall.
Opry Mills Mall Play Area – This small play area which is good for younger children is located in front of Children’s Place and features interactive musical instruments. Charging stations and adult seating is available.
Chic Fil A – There are 12 restaurants in the Nashville area with a playground. Find the closest to you HERE.
McDonalds – Most stores have a playground. Find one near you HERE (be sure “playplace” is checked in the list of amenities)
Circus World Hendersonville (Map) – An indoor climbing gym and ball pit is available for children 6 and Under. Use is included with the daily wristband fee or can be purchased separately ($3.95/Mon- Thursday and $4.95/Fri, Sat, Sun)
First Baptist Church Hendersonville (Map) – The playground is part of the church’s family ministry center. To access the accompanying adult must purchase an annual membership (which includes gym amenities for $120/yr) and children 11 and Under are Free.