Find Fun Things to Do in Clarksville and Music City
The Country Inn & Suites, Clarksville, TN is off I-24, which makes it easy for you drive to local attractions like Austin Peay State University and Fort Donelson Battlefield. You can spend your days hiking the trails at Dunbar Cave State Park or searching for deals at Governor's Square Mall. Be sure to visit Beachaven Winery to sample some local wines and catch a show at Roxy Regional Theatre. If you’re interested in the area’s history, don’t miss touring the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center. Eager to explore the shops, shows and restaurants in Music City, but don’t want to deal with the traffic? We are just 45 minutes from the heart of Nashville. You won’t want to miss these local destinations:
- Governor's Square Mall (0.5 miles)
At Governor’s Square Mall, you can shop brands like JCPenney, PacSun and American Eagle Outfitters before watching a movie at Carmike Governor’s Square 10.
Phone: +1 (931) 552-0289
- Austin Peay State University (6 miles)
Tour the beautiful campus of this public university before cheering on the Governors football or basketball teams.
Phone: +1 (931) 221-7011
- Beachaven Winery (6 miles)
Open daily, Beachaven Winery offers free wine tastings and tours of the vineyards. Be sure to visit the website for a list of fun seasonal events.
Phone: +1 (931) 645-8867
- Roxy Regional Theatre (6.5 miles)
This local theatre produces Broadway plays and musicals. You can also get tickets to live performances by local performers and special events.
Phone: +1 (931) 645-7699
- Dunbar Cave State Park (7 miles)
Situated in a 110-acre park, Dunbar Cave is the largest cave in Montgomery County. While at the park, you can hike the trails or explore the shores of Swan Lake.
Phone: +1 (931) 648-5526
- Smith Trahern Mansion (7 miles)
Built between 1858-59, the Smith Trahern Mansion is a stunning pre-Civil War era, Greek Revival home overlooking the Cumberland River.
Phone: +1 (931) 648-9998
- Customs House Museum & Cultural Center (12 miles)
Boasting 35,000 square feet of exhibit space, this center is the state’s second largest general museum. You can see an impressive selection of model trains, participate in hands-on activities and more!
Phone: +1 (931) 648-5780
- Historic Collinsville (12 miles)
Historic Collinsville is a living history museum with restored log houses and outbuildings from the mid 1800s. Self-guided tours are available.
Phone: +1 (931) 216-2911
- Donelson Battlefield (15 miles)
The site of the first major Union victory in the Civil War, Fort Donelson Battlefield is an important historical site with original river batteries and fort remains.
Phone: +1 (931) 232-5706