Known as Music City, this city is the perfect spot for a fun-filled Bachelorette or Bachelor party! We have compiled a list of some of the best things to see and do in Nashville with your troupe! Fun for all ages, this city is sure to have something to please everyone’s appetites.
The Hotel Breakdown
Hotels in the city can be pricey on weekends, but if everyone chips in on the cost, it can be affordable to stay right in the heart of the city. With easy access to Broadway Street, your group will find no shortage of things to do. The city is filled with incredible restaurants, and tons of live entertainment. Here is a list of some of our favourite hotels.
Omni Nashville Hotel - Rooms range from $400-$600 CDN per night on weekends. As an added bonus, this hotel is attached to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Sheraton Nashville Downtown- Rooms range from $250-$500 CDN per night on weekends. A nine minute walk to Broadway, this short stroll will allow you a closer look at the city on your way to your evening of fun!
Spots You Can’t Miss
The Grand Ole Opry - For all the country music lovers out there, this is a must-experience! Depending on how far in advance you purchase your tickets you may or may not know who will be there that evening. From Carrie Underwood to Old Crow Medicine Show, it is always a treat to see who is making a special guest appearance that evening!
Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge - A local hotspot known for its country roots. Bought by Tootsie Bess in 1960, this bar has seen its fair share of Country Royalty. Each day it hosts three live stages with a variety of music for everyone to enjoy.
Acme Feed & Seed - Not only is the food fabulous - with three floors boasting three different menus! - but the atmosphere is electric. Each floor also hosts different music genres, making sure there is something for everyone! Plus, you can’t beat the view of the river right outside.
Best Southern Eats
The Southern Steak & Oysters - Brunch is a huge deal here, so be sure to make a reservation if you are looking to book this spot! You can’t go to Nashville without some Southern cooking!
Husk - The menu flourishes with Lowcountry ingredients, and many of the daily menu comes straight from the garden to ensure an always evolving options.
The Loveless Cafe - Serving true southern comfort food encompassing a time when people ate what was indigenous to the area where they lived, this cafe is known for its biscuits and gravy and really is everything you could want to try on your Southern adventure!
If you are a museum lover, or just a lover of all things country, be sure to make a pit-stop at the Country Music Hall of Fame, or the Johnny Cash museum. That’s the wonderful thing about Nashville - country fan or not, you are sure to find something you will enjoy. The city is electric and no matter what time of day it is, there is always something to keep everyone entertained.