Kingston Springs Vacations
Many of Nashville’s key attractions can be found near to Kingston Springs, so it is a convenient place to base yourself. Two attractions that should be on every visitor’s list is the fabulous Edwin and Percy Warner Parks and the ever-popular Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art. Also, be sure to check out the Belle Meade Plantation and the Radnor Lake State Park.
There are some interesting cultural attractions in and around Kingston Springs. Take a tour, admire the interior of the building or simply enjoy the fascinating displays at the Hank Williams Jr. Museum and the Car Collector's Hall of Fame. To experience Nashville’s vibrant arts scene, book a show at one of the acclaimed live performance venues such as the Belcourt Theatre.
If the weather is good head outside and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Nature lovers will want to check out Centennial Park and Hadley Park, one of the places where you can spend time outdoors.
The world-famous Nashville Municipal Auditorium is the home ground of the Belmont Bruins men's basketball, the Nashville Venom and the Pensacola Ice Pilots. There is no better way to to rub shoulders local sports lovers than to roar along with the crowd wearing the navy, red and white colors of local favorites, the Belmont Bruins men's basketball.
At the end of a day enjoying Kingston Springs, stay the night in one of the area’s popular bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. Take your pick from the Millennium Maxwell House Nashville, the Comfort Inn Nashville - Downtown, or the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Nashville.