With its hot sun, stellar music scene and delicious food, Nashville is an up-and-coming Spring Break destination. Whether you are after nonstop fun or a relaxing getaway, there are plenty of things to do during Spring Break Nashville.
Spring Break in Nashville: Top Accommodations
Top 5 Things to Do for Spring Break in Nashville
As well as its renowned natural beauty, Nashville has an underrated culture and arts scene that has drawn in spring breakers for decades. The following options for spring break activities in Nashville have something for everyone.
1. Sudekum Planetarium
Step into another world at the 63-foot-tall dome of the Sudekum Planetariam. This is a popular activity among families but makes for a whimsical day of fun for people of all ages. The Adventure Science Museum aims to make science fun for everyone, and has great accessibility services.
2. Musician's Hall of Fame
You can't visit Nashville without embracing the music scene and history. This museum recognises musicians' accomplishments throughout history and its exhibits open a unique door into the music world for anyone to step through - whether you are a musician or not!
3. J. Percy Priest Lake
Soak up the sun and fun vibes of this picturesque lake. Bring along a picnic and sit lakeside for a stunning view of the blue-green waters, and don't forget your suit because the lake is host to a variety of water activities from swimming and sailing to water-skiing and jet-skiing.
4. Cheekwood Gardens
This estate is the ultimate way to welcome spring when it comes. Roam the gardens and marvel at the most beautiful season of the year as over 100, 000 flowers in this large botanical garden bloom around you.
5. Centennial Park
While the weather is good, enjoy the outdoors at Centennial Park. Apart from strolling or roller-skating through the park, picnicking and cafe-hopping, the Parthenon at Centennial Park makes for a spectacular group photo.
Best Places to Stay for Spring Break in Nashville
Frequently Asked Questions
Spring Break in Nashville: How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in Nashville?
The average price for a vacation home in Nashville is usually around $221 and $405 per night.
Can I find a vacation home for a group of guests for Spring Break in Nashville?
in Nashville, large groups should consider House rental since they fit 10 guests.
What types of vacation homes can I find for Spring Break in Nashville?
We would suggest checking out our selection of Apartment rental and House rental for Spring Break in Nashville.
The Weather in Nashville
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