Father’s Day is this Sunday, and that means that if you haven’t already, it’s time to start planning how you want to celebrate Dad! This year, instead of a physical gift, consider creating an experience that the two of you will remember forever. Here are some ideas on how you can celebrate your Dad in Nashville this Father’s Day.
For The History Buff
If your Dad loves history, he’s sure to enjoy a driving tour around Nashville to see the historic civil war and battle of Nashville sites. To create this experience, map out a route with your selected destinations, along with historic information that you can discuss about each stop along the way.
Need some help? Here’s a great website with places to go, along with what historic event(s) happened there: http://www.bonps.org/tour/tour.htm
For The Sports Fan
If your Dad would love nothing more than to share the experience of a sporting event with you, then a visit to a Sounds Game would be a perfect way to celebrate together.
The Sounds are playing a long stretch of home games this week, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to catch a game with Dad. You can make your selection and purchase your tickets here: http://www.milb.com/schedule/index.jsp?sid=t556&m=6&y=2015
For The Trekkie/Music Lover
If your Dad loves music or is a bit of a self-proclaimed geek (or both!), then he’s sure to appreciate a night at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center to watch the Nashville Symphony Orchestra perform Star Trek in Concert.
You can secure your tickets, or check out other events at the Schermerhorn, here: https://www.nashvillesymphony.org/tickets#June_2015
For The Golfer
If your Dad’s idea of a perfect day is being out on the fairway, then he’s sure to love being treated to an afternoon enjoying a round of golf with you. Harpeth Hills is a great option with reasonable prices and the ability to reserve a tee-time (for more info, go here: http://bit.ly/1FOWuhI).
There are plenty of courses to choose from, so feel free to explore your options or, if you know his favorite, to book your Dad’s favorite course.
For The Car Fanatic
If your Dad is a car lover, then he’ll relish in an afternoon exploring the Lane Motor Museum. The museum has around 400 cars on display at any given time, and regularly rotates their collection, so there’s always something new to see there.
For more information, check out their website: http://www.lanemotormuseum.org/
No matter what your Dad’s favorite hobby, he’s sure to enjoy the gift of quality time with you sharing a memorable experience this Father’s Day.
How do you plan to celebrate your Dad?