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 Park at OWA is located in Foley, Alabama just a few miles from Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. On the way to OWA, my family kept trying to guess what OWA stood for. We came up with some interesting suggestions until my husband googled it and found it wasn't an...read more
As parents, it is hard to actually relax on vacation (you all know what I'm talking about). Most of the time my family checks into a hotel, then unpacks our bags and immediately gets back in the car to go explore the area or an attraction. Then we are back in the car...read more
Plan a unique tour of Mobile, Alabama with Gulf Coast Ducks. Ducks are amphibious vehicles that were used by the American military in World War II and the Korean War. The original Ducks were built by women during the "Rosie the Riveter" part of American History....read more