We made some of my favorite memories to date, on our girls trip to Nashville! I brought my three daughters and my precious cousin! Some of my besties were in town for Collab Bash as well, and brought their daughters — so it was truly such a fun and girly trip!
Lots of the Nashville trip itineraries and ideas I’ve seen are more geared toward adults/ bachelorette parties/ couples weekends, so I thought it might be helpful to make a post for heading to Nashville with kiddos!
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Y’all this place is dreamy, especially for a girls trip! One of the nights we booked the Dolly Suite and it was honestly magical! My girls loved every minute of it. It’s a pink dream, with so many cute portraits of our favorite female country artists, fun prints, lots of glam moments! So fun!
First pro tip, have a shipt or grocery order sent to your hotel with some of your kiddos favorite snacks, breakfast options, or quick lunches. We wanted to enjoy our room, and also with 3 kiddos, sometimes just resting or hanging for a little bit helped us to get our energy up for some of the fun things we wanted to see and do! Having options like muffins, ingredients for PB&Js, fave snacks, drinks, and more was a lifesaver and perfect for nashville with kids!
Another tip, book your reservations in advance and for early times! Even restaurants that you may not at first glance think are kiddo friendly, with an early enough reservation we found it was totally fine! We had dinner at 4:45 at White Limozeen and it was such a fun time! We had bread, Shirley temples, chicken and rice, banana splits — all kid friendly! Even their stuffed animals had a chair 🙂 🙂
Many of our mornings were started with muffins or cereal in our room, but The Graduate has an adorable coffee shop downstairs too, so I was able to get mama some fuel!
For Nashville with kids in winter I recommend packing jackets and layers, because the weather can change quite a bit! We had nice weather but were happy we had jackets!
We had lunch at Pancake Pantry! It was adorable and perfect for Nashville with kids food! The line is long so be prepared for that. We also went to the mall and did a fun little trip to Claires to get some activities for the girls. Simple little things like this can make the trip more fun for kiddos, and feel a little more like their normal routines at home.
+Five Daughters Bakery +
+ Hattie B’s Hot Chicken +
+ Loveless Cafe +
+ Biscuit Love +
+ Bar Taco +
+ Burger Up +
+ Pancake Pantry +
+ Creama Coffee Shop +
+ Frothy Monkey Coffee Shop +
+ Jeni’s Ice Cream +
+ Milk and Honey +
+ Pharmacy Burger in East Nashville +
+ Lady Bird Taco +
+ Hampton Social +
+ Urban grub +
+ Burger UP +
+ Biscuit Love in the Gulch +
We also made our time in our hotel room extra fun with matching PJs, dance parties, favorite cozy movies at night! Also room service or takeout can be a great option for those nights where you’ve had a FULL day and just want to relax in the room!
Most of all I loved experiencing Nashville through my girls’ eyes. Last time I was in town I could not stop thinking of them and how much they would love it, so being there with them was such a treat that I’ll forever cherish!