Lane Motor Museum In Nashville – A Fun Thing To Do On Father’s Day

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fun-places-to-go-fathers-day-nashville-tn.jpgI always read about the Lane Motor Museum as a fun place to go in Nashville.

(Dads get in FREE for Father’s Day!)

I’ve put off going for ages, because I’m not really interested in cars.

Can I just say how wrong I was?!?

The Lane Motor Museum is now one of my top recommendations for Nashville tourists — and local dads, too.

Here’s why…

 

Reasons To Love The Lane Motor Museum

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The Prices

Admission is reasonable!

It’s just $9 for adults. Youth (6 to 17) are only $3. And kids 5 and under are FREE.

Seniors (65+) are just $6.

Don’t forget: Dads get in FREE every Father’s Day.

Plus, there’s a $1 discount for AAA members.

You can find buy-one-get-one-free coupons for the Lane Motor Museum in the Entertainment Book.

 

The Location

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Lane Motor Museum is near downtown, but a little out of the way.

It’s in the old Sunbeam Bread factory on Murfreesboro Road.

Not one of Nashville’s nicest areas, but the parking lot and picnic area were well-kept and seemed safe to us.

 

The Cars

3-wheeled-cars-lane-motor-museum-fun-things-to-do-in-downtown-nashville.jpgThe Lane Motor Museum has an astoundingly quirky collection!

Many of the cars are European marvels with odd designs like 3 wheels or tiny proportions.

We loved the barrier-free (but no touch) exhibits.

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The variety of cars — and their beauty — kept us all entertained.

When the kids began to lose interest, I took them to the big play area in the center of the room.

We loved the videos that showed some of the cars in action.

Can you imagine seeing a car like this driving through the streets of Brentwood, Tennessee?

We actually did!  A cortege of mini cars drove down Franklin Road last month as part of the 5th annual Micro Car Drive.

Here’s a cool video showing some of the Lane Motor Museum cars in action:

 

The Hours

The Lane Motor Museum is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

The hours of operation are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

 

TIP: Make sure to grab a fact sheet & map on your way in, and browse the collectible gift shop on your way out!

Looking for more fun things to do for Father’s Day?  Here are our top 10 picks for dads in the Nashville area.