50 Things to Do in Nashville Under $25

March 19, 2024 | Advertising Disclosure | Our Partners may be mentioned in this article.

It seems like everything is so expensive these days. What happened to good old fun that didn’t break the bank? Well, we’re trying to go back to those days with this list of 50 ideas of things to do in Nashville for under $25. All of these options are open year-round and most are available to experience either daily or weekly. Be sure to always confirm the times and prices before going.

50 Things to Do in Nashville Under $25


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  1. Weekly Public Coffee Cuppings with Frothy Monkey Roasting Co: FREE
  2. Live music at the Honky Tonks on Broadway: FREE
  3. Walk or bike the Shelby Bottoms Greenway (6.4 miles): FREE
  4. Tennessee State Museum: FREE
  5. Self-guided Nashville Murals tour: FREE
  6. Walk around Gaylord Opryland Hotel: FREE
  7. Music City Walk of Fame: FREE
  8. Lake Trail or Hike at Radnor Lake State Park: FREE
  9. Marathon Motorworks Tour: FREE
  10. Walk to the middle of the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge for a great view and photo op: FREE
  11. Nashville Farmers Market: FREE
  12. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame: FREE
  13. Bring a blanket and enjoy Sevier Park: FREE
  14. Learn some Tennessee history at Fort Negley: FREE
  15. Events at Nashville Public Library: FREE
$10 and Under

Up-Down: Nashville’s Arcade Bar

  1. Chocolate Factory Tour at Olive & Sinclair: $8 for adults / $5 for children (6-12 years old)
  2. Jackalope Brewing Company hosts 45-minute Brewery Tours & Beer Tastings every Saturday: $10 per person
  3. Grab a coffee at the to-go window at Hearts and walk around 12 South: several menu items under $10
  4. Duckpin Bowling at Pins Mechanical Company: $8 per person
  5. Grab a 100 Layer Donut at Five Daughters Donuts and walk around the Gulch: $5 per donut
  6. Arcade games at Up-Down Nashville: 25 cents per game (21+ only)
  7. Order the Recession Special (Fried Bologna Sandwich, Chips, Moon Pie, and an Ice-Cold PBR) at Robert’s Western World: $6
  8. Grab a drink and play games at Game Point – A Board Game Cafe: Game Point “Snax” are $7.50 and under
  9. Read a book and grab coffee at The Library Cafe: several menu items under $10
  10. Tour the Parthenon at Centennial Park: $10 for adults
  11. Grab Marigold Gourmet Popcorn at L&L Market and walk around: $9.50 for a small bag of the Music City Mix
  12. The Dukes of Hazard Museum & Shop – Cooter’s Nashville: $10 per in-vehicle photo
  13. Taste an authentic cider beer at Diskin Cider (Nashville’s only craft cidery): $7-$8 per cider beer
  14. Taste a Bushwacker from Broadway Brewhouse Downtown: $6-$10 depending on size
  15. Stop by All or Nothing Bagels’ airstream to try the sourdough wood-fired bagels and walk around Riverside Village: starting at $5
  16. Book a Moonshine Tasting at 6th & Peabody: $10
$15 and Under

Gracie’s Milkshake Bar in L&L Market

  1. Movie at The Belcourt: $13.50 for adults / $11.50 for children
  2. Visit the Frist Art Museum: $15 for adults / FREE for 18 and under
  3. Lane Motor Museum: $15 for adults
  4. Grab a few tacos at the well-known Mas Tacos: $3.00-$3.50 per taco
  5. Nine-hole mini golf at Puttshack: $14 for adults / $9 for juniors (under 12)
  6. Get a gourmet milkshake at Gracie’s Milkshake Bar: $13.95
  7. Make-your-own Goo Goo Cluster: Starting at $15
  8. Wine tasting flight at Arrington Vineyards: $15 per guest
  9. Try the “Shut the Cluck Up” Nashville Hot Chicken at Hattie B’s: $12.50 for a Fried Jumbo Tenders Plate
  10. Drive to Loveless Cafe for scenic Tennessee views and order the Build-You-Own-Biscuit Sliders: $13.99
$25 and Under

Photo Credit: Nelson’s Greenbrier Distillery

  1. Catch at bluegrass show at Station Inn in the Gulch: Most shows are priced at $20-$25 per person
  2. Distillery Tour at Nelson’s Greenbrier Distillery: $25 for drinking adults / $20 for non-drinkers or guest under 21
  3. Day Pass to Climb Nashville: $25 for adults / $21 for youth (under 12)
  4. Adventure Science Center: $22 for adults / $18 for youth
  5. Shop at Grimey’s New & Preloved Records and Books: Most products under $25
  6. Shows at Third Coast Comedy Club: Shows range from $7 to $24 per person
  7. 9 holes at McCabe Golf Course: $17 on weekends / $13 on weekdays / $6 riding cart
  8. Stop for a huge plate of pancakes at Pancake Pantry and walk through Hillsboro Village: $10.50 to $14 for incredible pancakes + tip
  9. Get a glass of wine at RH Cafe and explore all four floors of Restoration Hardware: $15+ per glass of wine
  10. Cheekwood Estate & Gardens – Garden Only Tickets: $20 for adults / $13 for youth (3-17 years old)

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