Summer in Nashville Tennessee - Fun things to do in Nashville Cheap! Part 3
With temperatures up to 10 degrees above normal this post will be dedicated to indoor activities to BEAT THE HEAT!
Regal Cinemas Family Film Festival. Several locations around the city are offering FREE movies on Tuesday and Wednesday at 10am. All of the movies are G and PG rated. Participating theaters are at Providence in Mt Juliet, Green Hills, and the Streets of Indian Lake in Hendersonville. Here is the schedule of movies.
Tall Tale Circus, presented by the Children's Theater at the Main Library on Church Street in downtown. Every Friday and Saturday at 10:30 and 11:30, July 9th through July 31st. Enjoy this musical extravaganza with your kids. It lasts less than an hour and is sure to keep them entertained.
While you're at the library, or don't wait, go now, sign up for one of the Summer Reading programs. Every library in middle TN has a program. Metro offers perks and prizes for getting the kids to real a lot this summer.
Fort Negley, located on Chestnut Street, next to the Sounds Stadium, has a great video that talks a lot about the fort and the Civil War and how it was fought here in Nashville. There is a self-guided tour of the hill with great views, but you'll have to get back out in the heat. That might be more fun in a couple of weeks when it's not so hot.
Frist Center is free for persons 18 and younger. The Golden Age of Couture exhibit just opened. Great for those aspiring young starlets you have at home. You can sign up your young artists for the Summer Art Camp. This is Swifty up above.
Go Bowling! I just discovered the coolest website. It's call Kids Bowl Free. It's a summer program where the kids, up to age 15, can bowl 2 free games per day through August 15. Shoe rentals are just $1.50. Now you just can't beat that.
Summer in Nashville Tennessee - Fun things to do in Nashville, Part 1
Summer in Nashville Tennessee - Fun things to do in Nashville, Part 2