Our first day in Nashville we headed to the Adventures Science Center to let the kids have some fun after some busy weeks in Florida and two long days of driving. The kids were so excited, they love hands on museums!
I want to point out they do offer and military/veterans discount so don’t forget to ask!
If you are looking for more ways to save on your Nashville Vacation find discounts when you stay in Nashville. But you can also get a free $40 Airbnb credit when you sign up for a free account via my link.
We started with the 7 story tower of adventure. The train is what they were pulling is to from the second we walked in the door! They could play in the driver’s area and learn how the train runs and also in the passenger area.
As we headed up to play the kids got to freeze their shadows, walk on a keyboard, and more! They had a blast playing with the air organ.
They learned about energy from peddling a bike, how wind works and more. Here they climbed through the chambers of the heart they both went in the same tunnel but came out a different one!
Then towards the top they got to climb and slide down the 3 story slide! My 2 year old got stuck midway daddy had to rescue her!
Then on the 2nd floor the kids got to check out the dinosaur display, my son was over the moon! They posed as a paleontologist.
Then they got to crawl into a tunnel and be IN the exhibit!
They we heading into BodyQuest.
They had a blast in the ambulance. My oldest daughter had to ride in an ambulance a few years ago and the kids always talk about it when they see one, I was able to use this experience to explain how they helped her!
All thought this site of my 2 year old driving makes me a tad bit nervous…..
We then headed down to the space area and got to walk the planets and see how much they weight on some of the planets. They got to see constellations. If you have kids slightly older than mine you they can do the moonwalk simulator. Make sure to wear sturdy shoes, hubby was in flip flops so he didn’t get to try it out either.
They also have a flight simulator and Planetarium show, both require an extra ticket.