Did you know that 98% of women around the US attend one bachelorette party every year? And 69% attend two or more? That's A LOT of bachelorette parties! So how do you keep each one fresh and fun? It's no easy task, which is why we are here to help. We've rounded up 21 unique bachelorette party ideas from around the country that we bet you haven't done before. From speakeasy tours to yoga with baby goats, this list has tons of inspiration of fun and unique bachelorette party ideas both the bride-to-be and I Do Crew will love.
1. Wine Safari in Malibu
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Zebras, giraffes, camels... oh my! Explore the 1,000 acre Saddleranch Rock in Malibu, just thirty minutes north of LA, in a custom-built open-air Safari vehicle. On this tour, you'll stop to meet safari animals (some are retired from Hollywood!) while tasting Malibu's finest local wines. Tours start at $65 per person.
2. Honky Tonk Party Express in Nashville
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Forget your typical bachelorette party bus, the Honky Tonk Party Express is an open-air party bus in Nashville with an LED dance floor, custom-built sound system and bar on board. Can we say AMAZING? Book your bus for a day trip to sightsee or for an evening out bar-hopping on Broadway for a completely unique bachelorette party experience. The bus can seat up to 32 passengers - plenty for the whole squad.
3. Culinary Food Tour in Charleston
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Headed to a bach weekend with some foodies? Or want to explore the city with a fun twist? Take a culinary food tour in the historic French Quarter or Upper King Street neighborhood of Charleston. This 2.5 hour tour is a unique way to see the city, learn some history while enjoying delicious cuisine Charleston has to offer. Tours start at $65 / person and private tours are offered as well.
4. Carousel Piano Bar & Lounge in New Orleans
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Start your night off in NOLA with some class by grabbing a drink at the historic Carousel Bar in the Hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter. This bar actually rotates like a carousel! It has also been a favorite of famous authors like Ernest Hemmingway, William Faulkner and Tennessee Williams and is know for celebrity sightings.
5. Baby Goat Yoga in Austin
Forget regular yoga and try GOGA! Goat Yoga is offered several cities around the nation, but our favorite spot is with GOGA Goat Yoga in Austin, Texas. Each class is 45 minutes of a traditional Vinyasa yoga instruction - with a spin. Baby goats hang out in class with you adding another stress reliever to your practice (I mean, who wouldn't like getting to pet baby goats?!) And enjoy a view of downtown while you practice. Classes start at $30 per person.
6. Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco
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Step inside the most Instagrammable museum anywhere! The Museum of Ice Cream, a pop up museum that first debuted in New York City in August of 2016 and has since moved to San Francisco, features colorful and whimsical art exhibits that welcome you to step inside, take photos and enjoy. Exhibits include a giant "sprinkle pool" that guests can dive into, a pop-rocks themed cave and an interactive display of suspended bananas.
7. Pink Jeep Tours in Sedona
Go off-roading while still looking cute in an open-air Pink Jeep Wrangler! Tours range from 2 - 4 hours and offer various options including rugged off-road adventures, options to hop out for quick hikes and scenic drives of Sedona's red rock formations. Tours start at $110 / person and are also available in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon.
8. Palace Drag Show Brunch in Miami
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Forget your typical bachelorette party brunch, this drag show brunch in South Beach is something you and your I Do Crew will talk about for years! Sip on bottomless mimosas while 300 of Miami's finest drag queens dance on your table, tease tourists walking by and stop traffic on Ocean Drive. The Palace offers its famous brunch every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30 am or 2 pm for $45 per person (brunch and bottomless mimosas included!).
9. Speakeasy Tour in New York City
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Discover New York City's secret bars and learn some history about prohibition on a private tour in the West Village, East Village, SoHoNoHo or Lower East Side. Each tour includes stops at six speakeasies, secret taverns and New York's most famous bars. Tours start at $60 per person.
10. Glamping in West Texas
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Spend some time in the outdoors and go glamping for your bachelorette weekend! Glamping campgrounds have popped up around the nation, but one of the original spots in Marfa, Texas is El Cosmico - where you can chose to stay in a teepee, vintage trailer, safari tent or yurt. After you get settled, swing by the famous Prada art installation for an all-around Instagram worthy bach weekend. Prices start at $85 / night.
11. Street Art Tour in Atlanta
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Whether you go with a self-guided tour or bike tour, Atlanta's wall murals are not to be missed! Snap a party pic at each of your favorite murals (hire a photographer if you're getting really serious) and have them framed for the bride-to-be as a keepsake from her last fling. Want to make it a boozy tour? Book a party bus and bring a cooler of rosé!
12. The Wreck Bar & Burlesque Show in Ft. Lauderdale
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For a mer-mazing experience (we had to), check out The Wreck Bar in Fort Lauderdale where you can watch mermaids swim about while enjoying a cocktail and fresh seafood. How perfect would this be for a mermaid-themed bach weekend?! As a bonus, catch the Aqua Burlesque Show at 10:00 pm on Friday and Saturday then head out to your favorite beach bars for the rest of the evening!
13. Pool Day at the Saguaro Hotel in Palm Springs
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If you're headed to Palm Springs, a stop at the famous and colorful Saguaro Hotel is a must! Stop in for Swim Meet, their original pool party series featuring some of Southern California's best DJs. If the party isn't happening when your crew will be in town, then rent a daybed instead!
14. Celebrity Impersonator Party Bus in Las Vegas
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See Vegas in style on a party bus with a celebrity impersonator entertaining your group every step of the way! Each bus can fit up to 20 passengers and includes a professional photographer to snap photos along the way. Choose from Elvis, Cher, Dolly Parton, Tina Turner and more. Prices start at $75 / person.
15. Duck Tours in Boston
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Take over Boston in a WWII-style land-and-water vehicle! You'll start your Duck Tour on land, where you'll cruise through the city, exploring Boston's famous sights while learning some history. Once your exploring on land wraps up, your Duck will head into the Charles River for breathtaking views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines - the perfect way for your party crew to see the city and learn some new fun facts. Tours start at $42 per person.
16. Beach Horseback Riding in San Diego
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Talk about the perfect bachelorette party activity! Pony Land San Diego offers three different beach horseback tours -a seashore beach ride, sunset beach ride or swim adventure (yep, you can have your horse walk through the ocean!) on the beautiful San Diego shoreline. The tour will take you right to the border and back for a seriously amazing Bride's Last Ride! Pricing starts at $100 per person.
17. Tahoe Tastings Wine Tour Boat in Lake Tahoe
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Hop aboard the Golden Rose, a 1953 Chris Craft Venetian Water Taxi, and get ready to explore Lake Tahoe while tasting wines from throughout Northern California! Each tour includes eight tastings and is about two hours long. Book a sunset tour and then head out for dinner or a night-cap! Tours start at $60 per person and private cruises are also available.
18. Drinking Around The World at Disney World
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Who says adults can't have fun at Disney World, too? If you're heading to Disney World, a great bachelorette party game is Drinking Around The World. As you and your bride squad make your way around the World Showcase in Epcot (there's 11 total), try a signature drink and snack from each country! Check out this guide for recommendations.
19. Meow Wolf Museum in Santa Fe
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Get ready for an experience unlike any other! Step inside the immersive Meow Wolf Museum in Santa Fe, created by local artists, and get ready to have your mind blown. Explore a mirror-filled fun house, an LED-lit underwater world or a house with secret passageways to other rooms through the refrigerator and other appliances. Tours start at $25 per person.
20. Second City Comedy Show in Chicago
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Widely recognized as one of the most influential comedy theaters in the world, the famous Second City is where comedians like Tina Fey, Steve Carrell and Stephen Colbert launched their careers and also makes a fabulous bachelorette party activity! Start your evening with some serious laughs at The Best of The Second City Comedy Show then hit the town for dinner and drinks with your gals. Tickets start at $38 / person.
21. Blue Orb Ghost Tour in Savannah
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Voted one of the Top 10 Ghost Tours in the World by TripAdvisor, the Blue Orb Ghost Tour in Savannah is not to be missed! During the tour, you'll walk the streets of Savannah while learning about all the spooky history of the city. And, since Savannah is an open-container city, you can even enjoy a drink or two on your journey (liquid courage, anyone?).
There you have it! 21 unique bachelorette party ideas you probably haven't done before. Do you have other cool ideas for bachelorette weekends? Share them in the comments below!