7 things to do on a Nashville Girls Trip

Planning a girls trip to Music City? Here are 7 things to do on a Nashville Girls Trip!

Nashville is a BLAST. Most people think of the Honky Tonks and Broadway when they think of visiting Nashville and yes, that’s a big part of it. But there is also so much more to do and see throughout the city! I visited Nashville twice last year; once in February and once in July. And while they were both SO much fun, my trip in July was longer and allowed for more exploration and seeing different parts of the city. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway with the girls or celebrating for a Bachelorette party, Music City is the perfect place to visit! Today I’ll be sharing 7 things to do on a Nashville Girls Trip!

First, let’s talk getting there. Flights to Nashville are super affordable and the airport is only 7 miles away from Broadway, the heart of the city. We stayed in Airbnb’s for our visit but there are so many hotels either right downtown or right outside the city.

For transportation we used Uber; we never had an issue getting one and in my opinion this is the best option to navigate the city. There’s also a lot of things in walking distance once you’re at one of the below locations.

Hampton Social: Not only did this restaurant have amazing food but they atmosphere was perfection. We sat on the main floor for dinner and enjoyed delicious food and drinks while listening to live music. Once we were finished, we took the elevator to the roof top and it was STUNNING. The decor, the music, the guitar with firecrackers and shots… it’s a must when visiting Nashville!

White LimozeenA roof top restaurant and bar on top of the Graduate Hotel, this Dolly Parton inspired establishment features a wide variety of food and drink with an emphasis on French presentation. Take a walk outside and take in the views of Nashville from above.

The Governor’s Pool at White LimozeenIn addition to the restaurant, you can also book a time slot at the pool and cool down in style. This was honestly probably one of my favorite parts of our trip! With music playing and a drink in hand, this intimate setting allows you to slow down and enjoy your time in Music City. Reservations are mandatory and there are only 20 permitted per time slot. So make sure to make them ASAP!

Broadway: Located in the heart of Nashville, Broadway consists of restaurants, bars and entertainment for a 4-block stretch. Walk in and out of different establishments to hear live music and experience a true Honky Tonk vibe! From local favorites like Tootsies, Whiskey Bent and Bootleggers Inn to bars by Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and more, there is something for everyone along this strip! One of the best parts is there is no cover charge so you can walk in and out or even switch floors to hear something different. And the talent in Nashville is unmatched!


The 12/30 Supper Club: Backed by superstar Justin Timberlake, the 12/30 Supper Club is an absolute must when visiting Nashville. A fine dining experience, this restaurant features the ambiance of a bar and lounge in an intimate setting. You can also try the Honky Tonk downstairs (more kid-friendly) or the roof top for an outdoor experience.

Sixty Vines: another fan favorite, Sixty Vines features a wine country inspired menu with an open kitchen concept. There’s wine on tap and a recommendation with each dish! We had the most amazing food and drink and the atmosphere is cozy, fun, and chic! Be sure to visit the rooftop before leaving; there was live music, life size Jenga, and the most amazing view of Broadway from up above!

The Gulch: Looking for some amazing shopping and food?! The Gulch neighborhood consists of stores like Uncommon James, Kittenish, Winky Lux and more. Grab a coffee or brunch at Milk & Honey and sit down for a fancy dinner at Kanye Prime. This outdoor shopping and dining center has it all!

There is SO much more but unfortunately this is all we had time for! Here are some other places that come highly recommended:

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken

Grand Ole Opry

Country Music Hall of Fame

Pedal Tavern Tour

Old Town Trolley Tour

Have you been to Nashville for a girls weekend?! What would you add to this list??


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