Dating is easy in Nashville! Well, it’s at least easy to find things to do. There’s something for everybody in the Music City, whether you’re a new couple or empty nesters (or anywhere in between).
There’s no reason to stay in this weekend, because we’ve rounded up our favorite 52 fun things to do in Nashville TN for couples. That’s right, there’s something to do every single week for the next year!
Splurge on a luxe date or choose one of the many free activities. Take a relaxing hike or speed along an indoor race track. This Tennessee city has something for everyone!
There’s a fun date waiting for you in Nashville – you just need to go out and give it a try. Before you know it, you’ll find something new to love about each other and this incredible city.
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COOLEST PLACES TO STAY IN NASHVILLE
- Best for Foodies. Featuring a glass atrium and surrounded by 9 acres of indoor gardens, winding rivers and waterfalls, Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center offers accommodation less than 1.2 miles from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. This resort features 15 restaurants, 4 bars and multiple retails stores. We have more on this great place in our article below.
- Best Downtown. Located in the heart of Music City, the Drury Plaza Hotel Nashville Downtown is perfect whether traveling for business or leisure. Guests enjoy free hot breakfast, free snacks and cold beverages at the 5:30 Kickback® and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
- Best Near the Nightlife. Welcome to Midtown, the neighborhood central to Music Row, Downtown, West End, & Hillsboro Village. Placemakr Music Row, nestled in the heart of Nashville, is smack-dab in the middle of a lively nightlife hub. Must-visit restaurants, can’t-miss music venues, gotta-see sights, and a whole lot more are all just steps from your front door.
MEANDER THROUGH CHEEKWOOD BOTANICAL GARDENS
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens is a quintessential romantic place. A plush mansion sits upon manicured grounds full of winding paths and vibrant blossoms. It’s a place to fall in love – any time of year.
Christmas brings enchanted decor, while spring ushers in tulips and pastel dogwood blooms. A romantic getaway, an escape from it all, right in Nashville.
PERUSE THE PARTHENON
It’s one of Downtown Nashville’s most iconic landmarks: The Parthenon. Located in Centennial Park, this full-size replica of the Athens original features an art gallery and a gilded statue of Athena.
It’s a fun place to walk around, and you can also get great photos outside among the full-sized columns if you want to avoid the entrance fee. Have a picnic in the park while you’re there – it’s one of Nashville’s most impressive green spaces.
WALK THROUGH HISTORY AT THE TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM
I love any free activity, but the Tennessee State Museum is extra special. It’s rarely crowded and it’s in a great location with free parking.
The exhibits walk you through the state’s history from prehistoric times through the present day. So you’ll find everything from Saber Tooth Cat fossils to signed Predators hockey jerseys.
Don’t forget to head to the museum’s scenic wrap-around veranda, one of the best places to take a romantic photo with the Nashville skyline.
SHOP LOCAL AT NASHVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET
The Nashville Farmers’ Market is THE place to get local goods. Located next to the Bicentennial Mall and the Tennessee State Museum, this market is free to enter and open year-round.
Outside you’ll find food vendors, local artisans, and a beautiful garden center. Inside is a food hall that features an assortment of cuisine, wines, beers, coffees, and ice cream.
JOIN THE FIRST SATURDAY ART CRAWL
The first Saturday of each month is about downtown Nashville’s art galleries. They’ll open exhibits, host public receptions, and display their finest work. The monthly event is centered around 5th Avenue of the Arts, a group of downtown galleries.
Hundreds of people attend the First Saturday Art Crawl, especially when the weather is nice. So bring your sweetheart along for some free refreshments, art appreciation, and a relaxed night on the town.
LET LOOSE ON LOWER BROADWAY
Many locals avoid Broadway these days, aiming to dodge the wild crowd and overpriced beer. But it’s fun to visit this vibrant street now and then.
The Lower Broadway District is known as Honky Tonk Highway, and it has some of the best live music in the city. Check out the WildHorse Saloon, Tootsie Orchid Lounge, or one of the many restaurants and rooftop bars operated by Nashville’s biggest stars.
PUB CRAWL THROUGH PRINTERS ALLEY
Long before Lower Broadway emerged as one of the wildest party destinations in the South, there was Printers Alley. Located just a couple blocks from Honky Tonk Highway, this row of pubs, clubs, and eateries is a little rough around the edges but gaining ground as a top downtown destination.
The highlight for me? The Big Bang, a dueling piano bar located in the heart of this historic district.
Book It: Nashville All-Inclusive Pub Crawl
JOIN A DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE GUIDED TOUR
If you want to see Nashville in a new way, take a downtown guided city tour. If there’s a way to get around, you can tour Nashville on it. Walk, Segway, pedal, or scooter through the city streets. Or ride more comfortably on a golf cart or trolley.
Whether it’s a way to bar hop through the city or you’re hoping to learn about its architecture or history, a guided tour is a fun way to spend a pretty day in the city.
Here are some of our favorite Nashville tours:
- Nashville Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour
- Downtown Segway Tour Experience
- Cinderella Private Narrated Carriage
- Sightseeing Golf Cart Tour
- Nashville Monster Truck Tour
- Double-Decker Bus Tour
CHEER ON OUR TEAMS
In recent decades, Nashville, Tennessee, has become a mecca of live sports. We’ve got our own NFL and NHL team, and our new Minor League Baseball field offers a classic day out at the diamond.
And now, the Nashville SC Soccer Club plays thrilling games in GEODIS Park, bringing the growing soccer craze to Music City.
Want to catch a game at a lower cost or with fewer crowds? Consider checking out one of the local college teams. You can cheer on athletes of all styles and maybe even see a future star.
FALL IN LOVE AT LOVE CIRCLE
Looking for a peaceful spot to enjoy great views? Head to Love Circle, a scenic loop and park near West End that looks out over the Nashville skyline and rolling hills.
Bring a picnic and camera for a simple date that’s as relaxing as it is inspiring.
SEE THE STARS AT THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME
Nashville is home of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, an immersive exhibition of Nashville’s signature sound. Sure, it can feel a little touristy, but it’s also a great rainy-day activity for locals.
While you’re here, don’t forget to stop by Hatch Show Print, a historic letterpress studio located in the same building. Take a tour or pick up a print to take home.
GET CREATIVE AT THE FRIST ART MUSEUM
Here’s another great rainy day activity for couples: The Frist Art Museum. This downtown attraction is housed in a historic post office building, and its many exhibits celebrate global art and culture.
I recommend attending one of their ARTlab classes, allowing you and your sweetie to craft something unique while supporting the museum. Besides, getting creative will surely ignite your passion (for art, and each other).
LINE DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY
Ready to hit the dance floor? Head over to the Wildhorse Saloon on Lower Broadway, where they offer beginner-friendly line dancing throughout the day. Tourists and locals alike can boot scootin’ boogie to live music.
Want to learn the ropes before performing under the lights of Broadway? Consider joining a private class at one of the many line dancing schools in Middle Tennessee. They’re a great way to learn a new skill while enjoying quality time as a couple.
GROOVE AT THE GRAND OLE OPRY
It tops most tourists’ Nashville bucket list, but it’s also a great date night activity: Attending the Grand Ole Opry. The weekly stage show features performances by classic country stars and today’s biggest hitmakers. Who knows who you’ll see on the Opry Stage!
The Grand Ole Opry House is east of downtown, next to the Opryland Hotel.
TAKE CENTER STAGE AT THE RYMAN AUDITORIUM
The Ryman Auditorium is the original home of the Grand Ole Opry, and today it serves as an intimate concert hall for all kinds of hot-ticket acts. But even if you’re not interested in catching a show, you should still head over to the historic downtown building.
Self-guided tours allow you to explore the halls and stage at your own pace, while VIP guided tours grant you backstage access and exciting insight into Nashville’s musical influences.
Book It: Ryman Auditorium Self-Guided Tour
HAVE A GRAND EVENING AT SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER
Sometimes a classy night at the symphony is just the ticket for a romantic evening. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center presents unique, immersive performances in a stunning setting.
Its downtown location lets you have a great evening with dinner, a show, and maybe some post-performance cocktails nearby. A romantic date night in Nashville for a music-loving couple.
HIT ALL THE RIGHT NOTES AT BLUEBIRD CAFE
Nashville has a lot of great music venues, but few are as famous and iconic as the Bluebird Cafe. Located in a nondescript strip mall in Green Hills, this listening room has regular performances by up-and-comers and the occasional big-name act.
Make your reservation far in advance, as it’s a small space that gets filled up quickly. Enjoy a night of music and entertainment without having to navigate downtown.
EXPLORE OPRYLAND HOTEL
If you aren’t familiar with Nashville, you may be surprised that a hotel could provide a well-rounded date night, even if you don’t book a stay. But the Opryland Hotel is no typical resort.
The massive property features nine acres of indoor gardens, luxe restaurants, and boat rides. The climate-controlled glass enclosure allows you to stretch your legs and enjoy an el-fresco-inspired outing, no matter the forecast.
Extend your date night into the morning by booking a room at the luxe resort. Special packages include access to the indoor water park and special couple’s experiences.
A stay at the Opryland Hotel is one of my favorite anniversary ideas in Tennessee.
Stay Here: Opryland Resort & Convention Center
HIKE AT RADNOR LAKE STATE PARK
Sometimes you need an easy escape into nature. Luckily, Nashville has a gem of a wildlife area just outside downtown. Radnor Lake State Park reaches across 1,368 acres and features multiple hiking trails for all levels.
You’ll likely see an array of wildlife, like deer and birds. The calm waters and peaceful setting invite you to slow down, catch up, and unplug.
STROLL 12 SOUTH
The 12 South Neighborhood is my favorite place in Nashville to walk around. The trendy, upscale neighborhood has many creative shops, restaurants, coffee houses, and boutiques. But you don’t have to drop a lot of cash to enjoy this chic spot.
Find a parking spot, grab a coffee, and walk a few blocks. The sidewalks are leafy and inviting, the homes are ornate, and the side streets are quiet.
GO WILD AT THE NASHVILLE ZOO
I love strolling the Nashville Zoo, and it’s a great activity for couples to do in Nashville Tn. Enjoy the exhibits at your own pace, grab a beer or ice cream, and get lost on the meandering paths.
New couples will appreciate having something to talk about while strolling. Been together a while? The Nashville Zoo can be a unique date atmosphere to slow down and enjoy each other’s company (and some great animal sightings!).
SEARCH FOR STREET ART
Nashville has so many incredible murals, and searching for them could lead you to your new favorite spot. Discover fun neighborhoods, snap some Instagram photos, and enjoy being out and about as a couple in Nashville.
REACH FOR THE STARS AT DYER OBSERVATORY
Vanderbilt University has an impressive solar observatory in Nashville, and its telescope nights make for an affordable and informational date. A couple of times each month, the Dyer Observatory opens for “LIVE Telescope Night” or “Meet the Astronomer” events, which are low-cost and casual.
The Dyer Observatory is located by Radnor Lake State Park. It also offers free tours on certain weekday mornings, along with special concerts and presentations.
CATCH A SHOW AT TPAC
Locals are probably familiar with the Broadway performances that come through the Tennessee Performing Arts Center – they make for great date nights. But there are also smaller-scale shows throughout the year as well.
TPAC’s event schedule includes comedy, dance, music, and drama acts, along with kids’ entertainment (just in case you need to bring the little ones along).
DELIVER YOUR LINES WITH THE NASHVILLE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
Have you ever been to Nashville’s Shakespeare in the park? This annual event runs through most of September and is free to attend. But you don’t have to wait until the official Summer Shakespeare festival to get in on the drama.
Couples wanting a free and relaxed activity should join in on “Shakespeare Allowed!”. This monthly reading takes place at the Downtown Library, and it’s a chance for everyone to discover their dramatic side. Get assigned a role to read aloud, or sit and follow along quietly.
Even if you aren’t Shakespeare nerds, these performances and reading opportunities are a great chance to bond as a couple while gaining a new appreciation for the famed bard.
SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP AT OPRY MILLS
Need another indoor Nashville date idea? Check out Opry Mills. This destination is more than a shopping mall – it’s got a little bit of everything. Dine at one of its unique spots, like the Aquarium Restaurant or Bavarian Bierhaus. Check out a movie on the extra-big screen at its Imax Theater. Or sip and play at Dave & Buster’s.
There are also escape rooms, one-of-a-kind stores, lots of space for walking around, and free parking.
HEAT THINGS UP WITH HOT CHICKEN
It’s become Nashville’s most iconic food: Hot Chicken. It’s been a staple for many Tennesseans for a long time, but some long-time residents have yet to try the dish. So why not make it your date night meal?
Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack is the original home of Hot Chicken, but you can find amazing options popping up throughout the city.
TOUR A BREWERY
Ready for a cold one? Consider touring one of Tennessee’s many microbreweries and learn about the beer-making process. These fun tours are informative, casual, and lots of fun, especially for a date. Here are some of Nashville’s breweries and distilleries that offer tours:
- Tennessee Brew Works
- Jackalope Brewing Company
- Blackstone Brewing Company
- Fat Bottom Brewing Co
- Big Machine Distillery
- Marathon Distillery & Taproom
ROLL ON THE RIVER WITH A DINNER CRUISE
Want a different setting for your date night dinner? Book a ticket on the General Jackson Showboat, which offers daily cruises along the Cumberland River. Relax with a meal and entertainment in the ornate vessel.
The General Jackson departs near the Grand Ole Opry House and Opry Mills Mall.
ICE SKATE WITH THE PROS
If you ever wished your dates were colder and had a higher chance of injury, then ice skating could be the perfect activity for you. Nashville has lots of icy options, whether it’s your first time on blades or you’re a seasoned skater.
Indoor, year-round skating is available at Centennial Sportsplex and Predators’ Ford Ice Center. The city also has pop-up outdoor skating in the winter, including spots at the Opryland Hotel and the Gulch.
TAKE A SWING AT TOPGOLF
Now is a great time to visit Topgolf in Nashville. Located downtown next to Nissan Stadium, Topgolf is a fun combination of putt-putt, bowling, and old-fashioned driving ranges. Plus, there’s fun food and cocktails.
I prefer to go on a Tuesday when it’s half off, and I skip buying drinks to keep costs down.
Topgolf is also a great double date idea or a fun thing to do with out-of-town guests.
MAKE YOUR ESCAPE
You may think of escape rooms as a group activity, but they’re actually a lot of fun as a couple too. Nashville’s many escape rooms offer the chance to work together, solve puzzles, and disconnect from the world for a bit.
RACE AT K1 SPEED
K1 Speed Nashville isn’t the go karting you remember from your childhood. This indoor track features electric karts that reach close to 45 miles per hour. The junior option is best for anyone who gets nervous at high speeds.
K1 Speed is a pricier activity in Nashville, but it is a lot of fun, especially if you have a competitive spirit or a need for speed.
FEEL LIKE A KID AGAIN AT NASHVILLE SHORES
If you grew up near Nashville, you likely visited Nashville Shores. This mainstay attraction has only improved, and it’s now one of the many fun things to do in Nashville TN for couples.
Sure, you’ll be surrounded by a lot of kids, but soon you’ll become just like them – racing down slides, catching a wave, jumping into the lake, and meandering through the Lazy River.
DIP, SIP, & BOWL AT PINEWOOD
Looking for a restaurant experience that’s more than just dining? Head over to Pinewood (formerly Pinewood Social), which has multiple spaces for any kind of outing. Have a classic dinner-and-cocktail date, or book a lane in their small bowling alley. Have a quiet sip of coffee, or head outdoors, where there are lawn games and bonfires.
The seasonal outdoor dipping pools are one of the highlights of Pinewood Nashville, which is located downtown near Ascend Amphitheater.
GET SPELLBOUND AT HOUSE OF CARDS
House of Cards is also a great place to get more than a meal in Nashville. Buying an entree grants you access to their parlor magic show, plus close-up and mingle magic before dinner.
It’s a complete experience, and the restaurant aims to achieve an elegant atmosphere with a strict dress code, craft cocktails, and detailed decor.
My experience here was very polished, thanks to the staff who guided us through the different parts of the evening. Plus, it’s adults only, a real treat for couples like us who hired a babysitter and want to be completely kid-free.
House of Cards is in Downtown Nashville, below the Johnny Cash Museum.
TASTE EXTRAORDINARY FOOD AT THE CATBIRD SEAT
I don’t think I could ever spend hundreds of dollars on one meal, but most reviewers say their experience at The Catbird Seat is worth the high price point. An artfully created tasting menu is served in their elegant modern dining room, and you have the option to add on a wine pairing.
This is one of the most expensive things to do in Nashville as a couple, but it’s certainly memorable.
TAKE IN THE VIEWS FROM A ROOFTOP BAR
Nashville has recently become a top destination for outdoor drinking, and the many rooftop bars allow you to dine and sip al fresco while taking in incredible views of the city. Whether you opt for the Dolly Parton-themed White Limozeen or go super classy at the LA Jackson, there’s a bar for you.
And they’re open year-round. Space heaters, roll-down walls, and private igloos allow couples to have a romantic outdoor date night even when it’s cold.
CULTIVATE YOUR LOVE AT THE GREENHOUSE BAR
You love going out to drinks as a couple, but it’s a lot of the same-old-same-old. Why not mix it up by drinking in a unique environment? The GreenHouse Bar is exactly what it sounds like: a bar inside a greenhouse.
You’ll feel instantly relaxed as you find a spot in the casual yet chic space, and the drinks are expertly crafted.
The GreenHouse Bar is located in Green Hills and is open (and comfortable!) year-round.
SIP WINE AT BELLE MEADE PLANTATION
Middle Tennessee has a lot of Civil War-era plantations, and Belle Meade may be the most noteworthy. In addition to its multiple tours, the estate offers a daily wine tasting and other boozy experiences.
Other Nashville plantations include the Hermitage (home of Andrew Jackson) and Travellers Rest.
GO RETRO AT AN ARCADE BAR
Retro arcade bars are the hot new things in Nashville, allowing guests to socialize and drink among rows of video games and pinball machines. You’ll find these fun places throughout the city, and visiting is a great couples activity.
Here are a few of Nashville’s best retro gaming bars:
- 16-Bit (Downtown near Broadway)
- Game Terminal (South Nashville)
- Up-Down Nashville (East Nashville)
- Headquarters Beercade (Downtown Near Lower Broadway)
- No Quarter (East Nashville)
DANCE AT PLAY
When you think of Nashville, you probably envision Honky Tonks more than dance clubs, but you definitely need to check out Play Dance Bar. This well-kept and popular dance club often presents Drag Shows and special DJs.
Typically ranked among Nashville’s best gay clubs, Play is a place for any couple to be who they are and freely dance the night away.
LAUGH UNTIL YOU CRY AT ZANIES
Could your relationship use a bit of lightening up? Head over to Zanies Comedy Club, where nightly shows bring in loads of laughter. This place draws a lot of big-name acts, but I like to go on Mondays when the shows are simpler and tickets are cheap.
Zanies is located off Wedgewood Avenue, not far from 12 South.
…AND KEEP LAUGHING AT THIRD COAST COMEDY CLUB
Entertainment doesn’t have to cost a lot, and Third Coast Comedy Club delivers big laughs in their charming little theater and bar. You can get into most shows for less than $20, parking is free, and the drink prices are reasonable.
Enjoy Improv, scripted shows, trivia nights, and other fun events at one of Nashville’s funniest spots.
FIND YOUR NEXT RIDE AT LANE MOTOR MUSEUM
Lane Motor Museum is an affordable and simple activity for Nashville couples. If you haven’t checked out this cool spot, now is the time. You’ll see a collection of European cars, amphibious vehicles, and aircraft, all housed in an impressive 40,000-square-foot showroom.
You won’t spend a ton of time at Lane Motor Museum, but it’s great if you want to do more than dinner in Nashville but don’t want to commit to a big activity.
WALK THE LINE AT THE JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM
The Johnny Cash Museum displays the most extensive collection of Man In Black memorabilia, all within the heart of downtown Nashville. Walk through Cash’s life and career, including his famous prison tour and life at home in nearby Hendersonville.
Upstairs, you’ll find the Patsy Cline museum. It’s a separate entrance fee but creates a really fulfilling day of touring and learning.
MELT FOR EACH OTHER AT PADDYWAX CANDLE BAR
Not everybody is into painting or woodworking, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a creative activity as a couple. Paddywax Candle Bar offers candle-making classes that allow you to choose your vessel and fragrances, all in a fun environment.
Classes are BYOB and run for less than an hour.
DESIGN YOUR OWN GOO GOO CLUSTER
It’s Tennessee’s favorite homegrown treat: the Goo Goo Cluster. And the Goo Goo Shop in downtown Nashville is where to celebrate the sweet sensation. You can stop in to purchase a classic cluster, a premium variety, or even a fun novelty (hello, Goo Goo Cluster scented candle!).
But if you really want to get hands-on with your Goo Goo, sign up for one of their chocolate-making classes, which allows you to design your own candy.
The Goo Goo Shop also offers wine and spirit pairings to accompany your candy-making experience.
COOK UP SOME FUN AT ‘EAT THE ART’
Dining out is the classic couple’s activity. But at Eat the Art in Nashville, you become the chef, learning how to cook delicious entrees, bake bread, or decorate cakes. This is all done in a classroom-style kitchen that welcomes all types of couples, whether you’re serious about learning or just looking for a fun time.
You’ve got to schedule your class in advance, and there are all types to choose from. Chances are, once you learn one skill from Eat the Art, you’ll be back for more classes.
MEET UP FOR COFFEE (AND LEARN THE CRAFT)
Whether it’s your first date or your hundredth, you can’t beat a classic coffee shop meet-up. And Nashville has endless options for places to sip and socialize. Check out Frothy Monkey, White Bison Coffee, Three Brothers Coffee, and Bongo Java.
If you’re more of a home-brewing couple, you should take one of the coffee classes at Crema Coffee Roasters in Nashville. Learn latte art, espresso techniques, and other barista skills. It’s a fun activity as a couple that will serve you well in your relationship once you can craft fine beverages at home.
GO INTERNATIONAL AT PLAZA MARIACHI
There are a lot of great places for Mexican food in Nashville, but for a truly immersive experience, go to Plaza Mariachi. This entertainment center has shopping, dining, live shows, and places for kids to play too.
Stepping inside Plaza Mariachi feels like you’ve traveled to a brand new place. It’s a celebration of culture, family, music, and food. Enjoy the incredible live bands and maybe even hit the dance floor yourself.
CROSS THE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
You’ve wined and dined downtown, or perhaps you’ve caught a game or a concert. But you’re not ready to end the evening yet. Why not stroll across the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge?
This downtown landmark stretches over the Cumberland River, connecting downtown with Nissan Stadium. It has great skyline views and feels exceptionally peaceful at night as the city lights reflect in the water below.
Walking across the bridge is simple and easy, but it’s one of the most romantic things for couples to do in Nashville.
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