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16 Unique Bachelorette Activities in Nashville for the Ultimate Girl Bash

16 Unique Bachelorette Activities in Nashville for the Ultimate Girl Bash

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Nashville is known for its Broadway party scene, honky tonk bars and its nickname, NashVegas!

It’s no wonder that it has become one of the hottest destinations for bachelorette parties.

Even though it’s one of the most popular spots for a girls trip in the USA, there are tons of unique bachelorette party activities for the ultimate gal bash.

I recently went to Nashville for an intimate bachelorette party with my bestie, and we wanted to find some hidden gems and places only locals know about.

From hidden gem neighborhoods, line dancing, wine tours, to delicious southern cuisine, I’ve got all the inspiration you need to create a unique Nashville bachelorette itinerary that will be different from all the others.

Let’s dive in and make your celebration as legendary as the music that fills the streets of this iconic city.

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Unique Nashville Bachelorette Party Ideas

Arrington Vineyards Wine Tasting

Arrington Vineyards is a renowned winery and wine tasting destination located 30 minutes outside of Nashville.

Founded by Kix Brooks of the country music duo Brooks & Dunn, this picturesque vineyard offers a delightful blend of exquisite wines, scenic beauty, and a relaxed atmosphere (often live music)!

Enjoy wine tastings in the rustic tasting room, which boasts a variety of wines, including reds, whites, and sparkling options.

The vineyard’s sprawling grounds provide a perfect backdrop for photos, picnics and leisurely strolls, making it a popular choice for bachelorette parties and group outings.

Book your trip to Arrington Vineyards here.

White Limozeen (Dolly Parton-Themed Bar)

White Limozeen is a vibrant and unique rooftop bar located in Nashville, Tennessee, and it’s inspired by the iconic country singer Dolly Parton.

The bar is situated atop the Graduate Nashville hotel, offering stunning views of the city skyline.

The decor is a tribute to Dolly Parton’s glamorous style, featuring plenty of pink and gold accents, plush seating, and a pool with a dazzling pink chandelier.

The menu offers a variety of cocktails, including some with a playful Dolly Parton twist, and Southern-inspired small plates. In the summer there’s also the rooftop patio with a pool. 

Brew Hop Trolley Tours 

Southern Grist Brewery was our favorite stop along the Music City Brew Hop Trolley Tour

If you and your girls love beer, a Brew Hop Trolley Tour is one of the most fun & unique activities to add to your Nashville bachelorette itinerary. 

You’ll travel in vintage style trolleys on a loop to 7 of Nashville’s best craft breweries. You can ride all day long as many times as you want.

Hit all 7 breweries or pick and choose your favorites. 

My favorite brewery on this tour was Southern Grist for its aesthetic tap room and unique beers, such as chocolate cheesecake, pistachio and the mimosa sour. 

Book your spot on the Brewery Trolley Tour here.

Mural Tours

Nashville’s art scene was one of the biggest surprises about visiting this city.

I knew it had a few famous murals, but I didn’t realize you can find them on almost every corner.

This is such a fun way to get great photos of your girls trip together.

There are some fun guided mural tours you can join, like this one that brings you around in a golf cart.

Or try the Murals and Mimosa tour!

On this Nashville mural tour that’s very popular with bachelorette parties, you’ll explore cool street art, funky neighborhoods, and even try some yummy food and drinks.

No need for maps – a friendly guide will lead the way and show you their favorite spots in Nashville.

You’ll see vibrant murals, take a break for mimosas and treats, and visit unique parts of the city you might not find on your own.

Plus, your guide will snap photos of you and the girls!

Cowboy Boot Shopping

Now, a lot of locals will tell you that the way they can spot tourists is those who wear cowboy boots and hats.

Because of this I was almost not going to bring my boots, but I’m so glad I did.

I ended up wearing them every single day – because I was tourist and so was everyone else who were rocking their boots.

And there’s no shame in that.

One of my favorite things to do was to go boot shopping and check out all the different and outrageous designs (and price tags) among the fresh leather smell. 

Inside tip: skip boot shopping on Broadway, and visit Planet Cowboy in the 12 South neighborhood.

Line Dancing Class

If you’re in Nashville, there’s no way you’re leaving this town without hitting a dance floor and joining in on a line dance!

If you need a little help or want to brush up on your moves, you can take part in a one hour line dancing crash course.

This is a really fun activity if you’re in town with some friends for a bachelorette or a birthday party.

Check out line dancing lessons here

Tip – you can also learn to line dance for free at the Wildhorse Saloon, just off Broadway where they offer line dancing lessons almost every night of the week on downtown’s largest dancefloor.

AA Foot Spa

After a couple days of walking around town in your cowboy boots, book your girls an appointment at AA Foot Spa, a hidden gem that many locals don’t even know about.

It came recommended to us from a friend who regularly works the country music awards in Nashville. 

It was $40 for the most heavenly foot massage I’ve ever had, and you can even combine it with a full body massage for a fraction of the price of what you would normally pay.

It’s a good 20 minutes south of downtown but well worth the drive or Uber ride.

Dine at Monell’s 

For a uniquely Nashville dining experience, make a dinner reservation at Monell’s. 

Monell’s is a beloved family-style restaurant renowned for its traditional Southern cuisine and warm hospitality.

You’ll experience a communal dining setup, where diners come together at large tables to enjoy a hearty, all-you-can-eat meal, served family style.

The menu features classic Southern dishes like fried chicken, biscuits, cornbread, collard greens, and other comfort foods, served in generous portions.

It’s a quintessential Southern dining experience that captures the essence of down-home cooking and encourages friendly conversations among patrons.

Craft Cocktail and Fine Dining Tour

Join the Nashville Craft Cocktails tour for a fancy food and drink adventure! 

Expert guides will take you to the best spots in Nashville for five unique cocktails and delicious bites. 

You’ll learn about Nashville’s flavors and hear stories about the drinks. It’s a luxury food journey for those who want to taste the real Nashville!

Book the craft cocktail tour here.

Southern Belle Biscuit & Gravy Baking Class

In this Nashville baking class, you’ll discover how to make delicious Southern biscuits!

Maryann Byrd, an expert baker and cookbook author, will teach you the history and her special tips for making these biscuits.

You’ll get to make your own biscuits during the hands-on lesson and enjoy warm ones as you learn.

It’s a fun way to experience Southern hospitality!

You’ll even learn two different biscuit recipes and how to make Southern gravy.

Plus, you can take home your batch of homemade biscuits!

Book your Southern biscuit baking experience here!

Nashville Neighborhoods

Nashville has several unique and vibrant neighborhoods, each offering their own charm and attractions perfect for a bachelorette party.

12 South Neighborhood

The 12 South neighborhood was one of my favorite areas to visit, home to locally owned shops and restaurants, vintage stores and of course more murals.  

The Gulch 

Closer to downtown is the Gulch – a higher end neighborhood with boutique shops, famous murals and great eateries.

You’ll find Biscuit Love which is very famous, and also Milk & Honey which was our go-to breakfast spot more than once.

But it’s very popular – sometimes there was a 2 hour wait!

We got lucky and sat at the bar both times that we ate here. 

Tip: book a golf cart neighborhood shopping tour and hit all the hot spots without having to walk. 

East Nashville

East Nashville is across the Cumberland River and offers a really different vibe from the honky tonk country music atmosphere in downtown Nashville.

One of my favorite ways to tour this neighborhood was by going on the Brew Hop Brewery Trolley Tour.

It’s a hop on hop off trolley bus that takes you to 7 different breweries. 

View prices & info for the Brewery Tour here.

Bluebird Cafe

The Bluebird Café is one of the most iconic spots for live music in Nashville – you might recognize it from the famous show of the same name.

Established in the early 1980s, this small venue features up-and-coming as well as hit songwriters in an intimate setting.

The vibe here is a listening room where the songs and the stories are the stars of the show.

It was a very intimate experience, and the perfect chill evening if you need a break from the Honky Tonk Bars!

You might recognize some country stars that were discovered here, including Keith urban, Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift.

General Jackson Showboat Dinner Cruise

Cruise the historic Cumberland River on one of the country’s largest paddle-wheel boats, the General Jackson.

Enjoy the Nashville scenery from a different angle and catch the sunset if you do the dinner cruise and indulge in a home cooked southern meal on board.

After dinner, sip drinks and listen to live music from the boat decks.

This is another highly rated experience in Nashville.

Book your showboat dinner cruise here.

Frist Art Museum

If you need a relaxing and low-key activity for your bachelorette party, the Frist Art Museum is home to some of the most prestigious art exhibits in the country.

The rotating exhibits are also exceptional.

But not only that, the building itself is historically significant. Built in 1934, his building was originally Nashville’s main post office.

Belle Meade Plantation and Historic Site

Nashville has more to offer than just whiskey and country music!

Take a trip outside the city center to visit cool historical places like Belle Meade, which is an old mansion from 1853 with a Greek Revival style.

There are a few different tours onsite – we chose to tour the mansion, which doesn’t allow photos or video inside, but I can assure you it was fascinating.

But the best part is that there’s a winery onsite, and you can tour the grounds with a glass of wine. 

View tour info and prices here.

Pedal Pontoon Boat Cruise

Hop on a Pedal Pontoon boat ride for a private adventure on Old Hickory Lake near Nashville.

You and your friends can sit around a fancy bar, bring your own drinks, and pedal your way while enjoying the beautiful Nashville skyline.

These boats have bathrooms, Bluetooth speakers, and a captain and deckhand to help out.

It’s a fun party cruise for groups of 6 to 16 people.

Don’t worry, not everyone has to pedal; there are also regular seats for those who’d rather relax!

View the pontoon boat cruise here.

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