Man, it’s been a cold week! Perfect time for some indoor adventures in Nashville. Make sure to follow @themusiccitymama for more ideas!
Cornerstone Church Playground
This place is unbelievable and FREE! They have two different indoor play areas. The soft play area is for children 2 and under and the bigger playground is for children under 54 inches. This is one of the only places in Nashville that I can sit back and feel okay about my son playing on his own. So mamas, if you are looking for a place for the kids to burn some energy while you relax, that paradise exists!
Hours: Sundays & Mondays: Closed
Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 2pm
Saturday: Closed for private parties/events
Frist Art MuseumEric Carle’s Picture Books: Celebrating 50 Years of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”
Whoa! This was an incredible exhibit, especially if your little one knows this book. There are tons of murals, a comfy area with a video of Eric Carle himself reading the book, lots of little book nooks and so much more. PLUS! The Martin ArtQuest is a great place for little ones to explore and get some energy out. While most of the interactive activities are geared towards children older than Smith (almost 2), there was still plenty for him to do. This exhibit runs through February 23.
Restaurant Pick of the Week – Five Points Pizza
I am sure most of you have been, but with so many great restaurants in town, it’s hard to remember them all – especially when it’s too late and your little humans are demanding food. right. now. Five Points Pizza is one of our all-time favorites. They have the best pizza in Nashville and all kids love pizza! The servers are always friendly and did you know that you can get some dough for the kids to play with while you are waiting on your food? Check them out at 5 Points in East Nashville and in West Nashville at 4100 Charlotte Pike.