Twelfth Night at Travellers Rest

Twelfth Night – The Christian celebration of Christmas has evolved over the centuries from a raucous, adult-focused party into a somber, child-oriented day of gift giving. Join us as we explore the evolution of this winter holiday to learn the origins of many time-honored traditions and why we sing about 12 days of Christmas. End …

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Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day

** Update – 2020 Unfortunately, the Smithsonian Museum Day has been canceled for 2020. The next free museum day will be Sept. 18, 2021. Check back for more details. Get your tickets now to tour a local museum for FREE! Museum Day is a one-day event in which participating museums and cultural institutions across the …

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Adventure Science Center

Explore Nashville’s Largest Children’s Museum The Adventure Science Center in Nashville is a three and a half story building filled with fun for all members of the family. The Center has five main exhibits, Space Chase, Body Quest, Bluemax, Adventure Tower and Mission Possible. There is also an exhibit hall that changes periodically. Last but …

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Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum

Musicians Hall of Fame

There is no question that Nashville is Music City. But what do you think of when you hear that phrase? For me, the great country and bluegrass singers immediately come to mind. I think most of us would agree that the face of Music City will always be those big stars that we all recognize. …

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Explore Historic Homes in Middle Tennessee

Explore Historic Homes in Middle Tennessee

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of touring historic homes. I take tours on vacation and here in my own city. I’ve taken my children with me on these tours since they were toddlers and now that they are all teens, I can still convince them to explore with me. I will admit to …

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The Earth Experience Natural History Museum

The Earth Experience – A Natural History Museum

If there’s one thing all kids seem to love…it’s DINOSAURS! I’ve been saying for years that Nashville really needs a natural history museum. A place where kids can see fragments of the giant beasts that once walked the Earth. What a pleasant surprise to find out about the Earth Experience Natural History Museum, located just …

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