Roaring Fork Driving Tour
North Charleston Fire Museum
Discovery Park of America
National Civil Rights Museum
Budweiser Brewery Tour
St. Louis Science Center
Holiday World & Splashin' Safari
Santa Claus Museum
Santa's Candy Castle
Nashville is a great starting point for a road trip! Someone once told me that you could reach two-thirds of the population of the U.S. by driving 12 hours or less! Visit the beautiful beaches of the Gulf shore in 6 to 8 hours, see Mickey Mouse and his friends at Disney World in about 12 hours, or explore Washington D.C. in less than 10 hours. Plus, there are LOTS of interesting sites to see that are even closer. Here are some of the places we have explored on road trips with our families. Hopefully, our adventures will inspire you to jump in the car and take a family road trip too!
Looking for fun places that are closer to Nashville? Check out some of the Day Trips we have taken!
- How to Plan Your First Trip to Disney World – 688 miles (10 hours)
The Island, located right on the main strip in Pigeon Forge, is a great destination for the whole family. Explore the shops and eat lunch for an afternoon of fun or spend the weekend at the Margaritaville hotel. There is enough to do for two full days without leaving....read more
Gulf Quest, National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico is located in Mobile, Alabama. The stated purpose of the museum is "To inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to understand and appreciate the Gulf Coast's Rich Maritime Heritage through exhibits, programs...read more
Did you know that Mardi Gras was born in Mobile, Alabama? Me neither. But they set me straight pretty quick at the Mobile Carnival Museum! Mardi Gras is presented as a family friendly kind of event in Mobile. You see lots of children in the pictures of Mobile Mardi...read more