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Liverpool Hen Do

Top restaurants, pulsating nightlife and excellent shopping. It's just some of the reasons to have a Liverpool hen do

Liverpool
12 people
2 Nights
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If you’re looking to celebrate your last weekend of freedom somewhere closer to home—without sacrificing the thrills and debauchery of a classic hen party—look no further than Liverpool. The city is bursting with high energy, gourmet food, pulsating nightlife, a rich culture, and excellent shopping.

Liverpool’s vibrant culture and nightlife are unmatched anywhere else in the UK. Not only has the city been voted as the European capital of culture, but it's also considered one of the top 5

places in the UK to host a hen party. So, it's safe to say Liverpool will be a great place to send your bride off in unbeatable style.

It also holds the title for being the capital of pop—home to more chart-topping artists than anywhere else in the world. But to us, Liverpool will always be number one for hen parties, simply because the options are endless. Some of the most popular hen activities in Liverpool include the Mersey Games, nude life drawing, disco dodgeball, a pamper party with a twist, and cocktail making.

Dance activities are also particularly popular for our Liverpool hen dos, and we offer a Grease Girls Dance Workshop, Pole and Burlesque Dancing Classes, and one inspired by the classic feel-good movie, Dirty Dancing.


Ladies, be prepared: in Liverpool after dark, the motto is go hard or go home. The stunning city is guaranteed to give the bride's tribe a night to remember. And, once again, it's not just us who thinks so. Along with all its other accolades, Liverpool was voted the city with ‘Britain's Best Nightlife'. So it should go without saying that it is one of the best UK hen party locations, especially for girls looking for a good time.

With bars, clubs, comedy venues, and restaurants on every road, Liverpool's relatively compact city centre makes it ideal for a bar crawl. You won’t be short of variety either, from cocktail bars and waterfront venues to massive dance warehouses and clubs.

Some of our most popular hen party activities in Liverpool put its nightlife at centre stage, whether that’s our VIP Bar & Club Pass for Matthew Street, a Bar Crawl with Buffs, boarding the Party Bus, or Nightclub Entry with a VIP & Drinks Package.

As for the best parts of Liverpool to go drinking, the main nightlife hub is Concert Square. The area is always a hive of activity, where bars and clubs converge onto a central courtyard which is constantly brimming with partygoers. With a seven-day-a-week party mantra, Concert Square also boasts some of the biggest clubs in the city.

If you want to keep the party going even later on your Liverpool hen do, head directly for the Baltic Triangle, where you'll find massive warehouses which have been converted into superclubs. If you’re looking for something a little less rave-focussed, though, we’d also recommend exploring Seel Street, Ropewalks, Matthew Street, Hardman Street, or the Docklands.


Public transport in Liverpool is super easy and super affordable, something that all our hen parties like to hear, especially when it comes to getting back to the hotel after a particularly late night.

Operated by Merseytravel, Liverpool has an army of buses, ferries, and trains to get you where you need to go. There are 70 train lines, and the two main bus terminals in the city centre are Liverpool One and Queens Square.

If you have some downtime during your hen weekend and want to catch up on some shopping, head to Liverpool’s prime retail destinations. These can be found on Bold Street, Great Charlotte Street, Hanover Street, Stafford Street, Williamson Square, and Whitechapel, and all of them are accessible with the metro or bus service.

If you’re looking for something to eat, the scenic Albert Dock should be your first port of call. Anyone looking to avoid getting stuck in a scrum of tourists should be sure to avoid North John Street and Whitechapel during the day and keep away from Duke Street at night.




How many days should I spend in Liverpool?
If you are planning a hen do in Liverpool, 2-3 days would be a good amount of time to spend in this vibrant city. Of course, you could stay longer, but 2-3 days will give you enough time to visit a few attractions, enjoy some hen party activities, squeeze in some retail therapy and sample the nightlife. The Royal Albert Dock is one of Liverpool's main attractions and certainly worth a visit. Combining art, history, culture and music, Royal Albert Dock boats the Beatles Story, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Tate Liverpool and International Slavery Museum. In addition to all this, there is also numerous shops, cafes and restaurants. Other popular attractions include the Museum of Liverpool, British Music Experience. If you want to go for a stoll through the city, head down William Brown Street. Considered one of the most beautiful and charming streets in Liverpool, William Brown Street is home to the World Museum, the Central Library, the Walker Art Gallery and St George’s Hall. Another famous street to head down in Liverpool is Tithebarn Street followed by Chapel Street. When you reach the waterfront at the Pier Head, you'll be able to admire the Three Graces-the most iconic buildings in the city-the – the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. Along with all the attractions and shopping, you have plenty of great restaurants to enjoy, as well as theatre and plenty more.
Is Liverpool good for shopping?
Saying Liverpool is goof for shopping is an understatement. It's Amazing! Whether you are looking for a deal on something designer, want to riffle through racks of vintage clothes or just want to shop all your favourite high street brands, shoppers are spoilt for choice in Liverpool. So, if you want to do a bit of retail therapy during your hen weekend, Liverpool will be the perfect city for you. The locals certainly have aided Liverpool's reputation for being a stylish city and shopper's paradise. There's no denying Liverpudlians like to look good, enjoy dressing up and are trendsetters. And, being so fashion-forward they all need somewhere to shop. Fortunately, Liverpool certainly provides. With everything from famed shopping streets to glamourous malls, popular high street stores and a Camden-style market, Liverpool can cater to everyone when it comes to shopping. Descries as one of Europe's top leisure and retail destinations, Liverpool ONE is an open-air shopping complex that's a must for any shopaholic. Located right by the iconic waterfront, Liverpool ONE boasts more than 170 stores, bars and restaurant. From the UK's Beauty Bazaar Harvey Nichols to designer labels or your high street favourites, look no further than Liverpool ONE for all your shopping needs. If you are heading to Liverpool for a hen weekend and want something a little extra special, you can discover must-have brands at the Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks Another must-visit when it comes to shopping in Liverpool is Bold Street. Considered one of the UK’s most diverse shopping strips, Bold Street boasts hundreds of store selling everything from vintage clothes and treasures to records, art, furniture and everything else in between. The Cavern Quarter, Metquarter, 2. Wesley Street, St. John’s Shopping Centre, the Red Brick Market and Wayfarers Arcade are other top shopping hotspots in Liverpool.
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