Bachelorette season is in full swing, making tourist-friendly cities magnets for matching t-shirts and brides-to-be. Nashville is a particularly popular destination for bachelorette parties, with excited gaggles attracted by the city’s music, brunches, and pedal-and-chug bars on wheels.
But for those who find biking and drinking to be too much effort, step right up to the Music City Party Tub, a “tub trailer” equipped with a hot tub or pool, pulled by pickup truck to Nashville’s top sites.
You and 11 friends can see the sites of Nashville via tub trailer, with six or seven people allowed in the tub at a time, according to the website. The tour equips riders with a robe, slippers, music, and party lights, plus a host who will double as a DJ, bartender, and person who says “yes” to incessant “can you take a picture of us?!” requests. (Please tip them for all their services.)
The tour is BYOB, and you’re free to bring any booze (and snacks) you want, as long as it’s not in glass or in an open cup, and you don’t eat or drink in the pool. Sippy cups are available for purchase, but may we suggest canned beer, canned wine, and canned cocktails?
Prices range from $400 to $500 per party, which is a pretty good deal split 12 ways. And to borrow verbiage from Music City Party Tub, why pedal when you can soak?