Are you looking for the best Cleveland bachelorette party ideas?
These unique and fun bachelorette party activities will make your bachelorette weekend in Cleveland an unforgettable experience.
For foodies, city adventurers, or lovers of hands-on activities, these are the best things to do in Cleveland for a bachelorette party.
(And note that we’re not focusing on bars/clubs on this list – there are lots of those in Cleveland, too, but we’re going to share all the OTHER cool things you can do.)
Things to Do for a Bachelorette Party in Cleveland
1. Museum Day at Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland is home to many fantastic museums, but one of the best is the Cleveland Museum of Art. This art museum is home to an impressive collection, boasting a little of everything from Monet’s dreamy water lilies to Andy Warhol’s eye-catching pop art.
This is the perfect afternoon activity for a bachelorette party if you want to get your culture on and have a unique experience. (Plus, the CMA is completely free to visit!)
And if art isn’t your style, check out one of Cleveland’s other museums.
2. Sip & Paint at Little Birdie Wine Nest
Little Birdie Wine Nest in Parma offers “Sip & Paint” classes where you can channel your creativity and create your own painting in their cozy and intimate workshop while sipping on a drink from their extensive wine bar.
This is a fun and unique activity perfect for bachelorette party groups.
If painting isn’t your cup of tea (or if you’d rather do something during the day), Little Birdie also offers brunch boards, mimosa flights, and seasonal cold brew coffee flights.
3. Wine Tasting
Wine tasting is a great afternoon or evening activity for a bachelorette party. Some of the best places in Cleveland for wine tastings are:
And we also love tasting wine inside the second-floor wine shop at Heinen’s downtown. Yes, it’s a grocery store, but it’s beautiful and the tastings are cheap!
A little further outside of Cleveland, there are a number of Northeast Ohio wineries that are also perfect for bachelorette parties.
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4. Make DIY Candles at Cleveland Candle Co.
Cleveland Candle Co. is a custom candle-making store that offers private group events. This is something really fun to schedule during your bachelorette party.
For between $18 and $44 per person (depending on the type of candle selected), your guests will be able to choose from 150+ scents to create their own unique candle blend. Staff members are available to guide you through the process of blending your oils, stirring them into the wax, and designing a candle label.
You can also bring your own food and drinks (beer and wine only) to a candle-making party here.
(Note that this is something you’ll want to book in advance for your group!)
5. Glassblowing Class
For a truly unforgettable bachelorette party experience, why not try your hand at glassblowing? Glass Bubble Project (in Ohio City) and The Glass Asylum (in Chagrin Falls) are two Cleveland-area glassblowing studios that offer workshops and group events.
You’ll be guided by experts as you create your own blown glass object, such as a cup, vase, paperweight, or ornament, that you can take home.
6. Game Night
Pins Mechanical Company is a craft cocktail bar in Cleveland that also offers foosball, pinball, duckpin bowling, and bocce. This is a really fun place to visit on your bachelorette party, especially if the bride-to-be has a competitive streak!
Another similar place to check out for game night is Punch Bowl Social. They have bowling, table games like foosball and giant Jenga, and karaoke.
You could also check out Tabletop if your group is into board games!
7. Brewery-Hopping Tour
There’s no shortage of breweries in Cleveland to explore, and this is a great activity for bachelorette parties. You can either put together your own itinerary, or book an organized tour (which is probably better for a group!).
City Brew Tours offers brewery tours that will take you to the best breweries in Cleveland on a private bus, making it ideal for bachelorette parties. Depending on the tour you choose, it costs between $85 and $110 per person.
You can also book this brewery tour with City Brew Tours that includes lunch or dinner, which is great if you don’t want to spend too much time planning.
In the summer, BrewBoat CLE offers pedal-powered boat trips down the Cuyahoga River, allowing you to bring your own favorite brews from local spots. Private boats start at $399, while spots on the public boat tours are $44 per person.
8. Funny Bus Tour
The Funny Bus started in Charlotte, North Carolina but has now expanded to Cleveland. This unique concept takes your party on a bus tour around Cleveland with local comedians providing commentary.
This is a really fun activity for the afternoon or evening during your bachelorette party.
It’s BYOB (beer and wine only) and costs $28 per person.
9. Galaxy KTV Karaoke
Who doesn’t love a good karaoke night?
Galaxy KTV in AsiaTown is one of the best karaoke bars in Cleveland that is perfect for a bachelorette party. Private room reservations start at $40 per hour and include snacks.
They also have a full bar and additional food available.
10. Cleveland Food Tour
If your bachelorette party is full of foodies, a Cleveland food tour is a great activity that everyone will love.
11. Spa Day
If you want to spend a day full of rest, relaxation, and pampering, why not visit a spa for your bachelorette party? There are plenty of great day spas in the Cleveland area that can accommodate groups.
Sacred Hour Wellness Spa (with locations in Lakewood and Rocky River) offers spa parties that can be customized for your group. They’re known for their incredible rejuvenating massages.
Marengo Luxury Spa is another Cleveland day spa that offers parties. You can choose from several packages including manicures and pedicures, facials, and massages.
These are some of the most unique and fun Cleveland bachelorette party ideas.
Which of these activities is YOUR favorite?
Amanda was born and raised in northeast Ohio, and has always been a fangirl of her home state. Now, she’ sharing her love of the Cleveland area with the world, highlighting all the best things to do, see, and eat in the CLE. She’s been running Cleveland Traveler since January 2019.