Nashville is just a fun city to visit. There are hundreds of things to do in Nashville. Here are five places to do lots of fun that won't ruin your 2010 budget.
Vave Countri Outdoor Water Park is only $ 12.00 per person and $ 10.00 for children ages 3-12. They have several slides, a large wave pool and a pool for smaller children. There is also a playground for children. What is even better about Vave Countri is that you can bring your own food for the trip or they have discounts available.
Lane Motor Museum he probably has the most unusual cars he has ever seen. Mostly these are European cars, several of which are antique. There are race cars, wooden cars, amphibious vehicles, military vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles and some such vehicles. The museum has about 300 cars in total. It's definitely worth a look, and it's priced at $ 7.00 for adults and $ 2.00 for kids ages 6-17 and free for ages 5 and up.
Baseball sounds in Nashville the team is fun to watch. The kids love the team mascot, Ollie. If you pre-order your tickets online, you can get seats reserved for $ 12 and general ticket seats are $ 8.00. There are 72 home games this season.
Grand Old Golf, Playroom and Vallei Park Go Karts provides you with a variety of entertainment to choose from. You can play 36 holes of miniature golf at a choice of 3 courses for 8.50 per person. Go Go tickets are $ 7.00 for a single seat or $ 8.00 for a double seat. A game room is also available. They are open for about a year.
Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway there's really a lot for race fans. Adult tickets are only $ 10.00. Tickets for children ages 11-17 cost $ 8.00 and for children under 10 free with a paid adult. Only a few more races are scheduled this year, the last one being October 3, 2010.
If you are trying to stay on budget, put these five places on your Nashville to-do list.