Since the early 1970s, Nashville was known for the famous Opryland USA, also known as “Opryland Themepark” or simply “Opryland.” The amusement park operated from 1972 until its last day in 1997. The park was known worldwide and saw about 2.5 million peach each year. Opryland was a popular location for not only theme park style rides but for music as well. Being located in Nashville, it was only natural to host hundreds of concerts as well!
Though Opryland has been closed for years, the spirit of amusement parks in Nashville stays strong. There are plenty of fun parks to check out in and around the city.
Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort4001 Bell Road, HermitageAverage Rating: 25 / 30 view details
Europa Go-Karts & Golf621 Old Hickory Boulevard, NashvilleAverage Rating: 19 / 30 view details
Aquarium Restaurant516 Opry Mills Drive, NashvilleAverage Rating: 22 / 30 Price: Expensiveview details
Nine Entertainment1519 Dallas Avenue, NashvilleAverage Rating: 30 / 30 view details
Hadley Recreation Center1037 28th Avenue North, NashvilleAverage Rating: 10 / 30 view details
Jumpstreet1000 Rivergate Parkway #2030, GoodlettsvilleAverage Rating: 23 / 30 view details
Booville Nashville4001 Bell Road, HermitageAverage Rating: 15 / 30 view details
Hoppity Hop Inflatables2387, 143 New Shackle Island Road, HendersonvilleAverage Rating: 22 / 30 view details
Exit Tactics13 Industrial Park Drive #300, HendersonvilleAverage Rating: 28 / 30 view details
The Adventure Park at Nashville801 Percy Warner Boulevard, NashvilleAverage Rating: 30 / 30 view details