Nashville is a city exploding with restaurants, shops, boutiques, and events (and of course constant music playing everywhere). With so much to do, it can be overwhelming to plan a quick bachelorette trip and accomplish all that you set out to do. Don’t worry though, we’ve hit all the highlights for you to jam pack your bachelorette Nashville bucket list in 48 hours.
Nashville boasts the best brunch spots and many offer bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. You can check out some of the city’s most popular spots like Biscuit Love, Pancake Pantry, or Sinema. Check out the full list of our favorite brunch spots here.
The Pedal Tavern combines sightseeing with booze for a fun afternoon in the sun. You can schedule a Pedal Tavern with up to 15 people and choose from the midtown or Broadway tour to check out Music City. They’ll keep the music pumping along with your pedals for a full party experience.
Nashville is brimming with colorful murals, which are great for photo-ops with the girl gang. You can strike a pose with the Kelsey Montague’s #WhatLiftsYou wings in the Gulch, or the famous blue Draper James stripes at 12 South.
L.A. Jackson Rooftop
After a fun day pedaling, relax and enjoy the impressive skyline at L.A. Jackson rooftop bar. L.A. Jackson is located on the top of the Thompson Hotel and offers yummy shareable plates, frozen rosé (frosé), and creative cocktails. It is the perfect spot for you and your girls to hang out, sip on delicious drinks, and snap some photos with the beautiful Nashville skyline. Check out other rooftop bar options here.
If you are nursing a hangover after your first night in Nashville, wake up and check out downtown. Take a walk down Broadway and check out the killer view on the Pedestrian Bridge. This is another perfect opportunity for pictures with the gals. Afterwards, grab a drink on Broadway or hit up a live show.
What’s a bachelorette party without wine and rosé? Nashville has several options for wine tastings. Arrington is a favorite, but there are options closer into town as well. You and your bachelorette crew can visit Belle Meade Plantation to sip on wine after a tour, go to City Winery after checking out downtown, or head to East Nashville to check out Urban Winery.
Candle Pouring at The Candle Bar
After spending a weekend in Nashville, who wouldn’t want to take home a souvenir to remember your trip? Book a reservation at one of the Candle Bars in town. You can pick a candle holder and scent, then pour your own candle to take home. They can also serve as great bridesmaids gifts!
Heather Brown, a Nashville Guide writer
Hailing from the Old Dominion, I've easily adapted my "Virginia is for Lovers" slogan to the "Nashville is for Music Lovers" lifestyle. After moving to Music City from Oklahoma City, I've explored middle Tennessee through the lens of artists' paintbrushes and urban canvasses. I've enjoyed eating, sipping, and dancing my way through Tennessee's capital while pausing periodically to strike a pose throughout the journey.