The 4,800-square-foot activity arena at The Monkey’s Treehouse, named Best Children's Play Program by Nashville Parent, dazzles pint-sized patrons up to eight years of age with a plethora of interactive and climbable activities. Once inside, tiny jaws drop at the sight of a four-room wooden tree house complete with bridges and slides. Children use their imaginations in a pretend town and play with trains, cars, Calico Critters, doll houses, and baby dolls and can create masterpieces in the art studio. The little ones two and under can enjoy a gated play area designed just for them.
The Treehouse's proprietors, who are parents of young children themselves, work with trained staff to keep the jovial funhouse meticulously clean and safe. There are plenty of diverse activities for everyone, including free Wi-Fi.
The Franklin location houses 11 indoor shooting lanes.
The pro shop stocks more than 50 rental firearms as well as ammunition in most calibers.
Everything Weapons' pro shop contains the things of gun enthusiasts' dreams?firearms, ammo, magazines, and rebuild kits, just to name a few. The staff helps customers browse this stock, which includes gear from brands such as Glock and Beretta. The facility also houses an indoor gun range, where instructors from Agape Tactical teach lessons in the proper handling of rifles, shotguns, and pistols.
Nothing that happens inside one of QuickDraw Nashville's simulators is real, but it's a close approximation. A camouflage design decorates the exterior of these rooms, and inside the long, darkened space ends in a giant screen, where a projector displays different scenarios. Faux pistols and rifles lay on a long table, and visitors use them to aim at video targets or perhaps a simulated zombie attack. These virtual firearms look like their real counterparts, aside from the long chords that feed into the simulator.