A great base for exploring the North West, Liverpool has some fantastic hen party ideas for activities as well as a first class nightlife. There’s trendy bars and restaurants, hip hotels, and the ever friendly Scousers waiting to welcome you on your hen do in Liverpool.
Here’s a quick run-down of the activities you’ll find in this article:
Classy Hen Party Ideas:
- Treasure Hunt
- Belly Dancing
- Sailing & Watersports
- Horse Racing
Classic Hen Party Ideas
- Comedy Club
- Go Karting
- Quad Biking
- Clay Pigeon Shooting
- Air Rifling
Hen Party Ideas: Activities
You’ll never be short of something to do on your hen party in Liverpool. There are classic hen party activities as well as more unusual or alternative ideas so whether you want to laugh out loud, scream with fear or put the pedal to the metal, you’ll find it all in Liverpool.
Get your hen party moving, laughing and exploring the sights of Liverpool with a treasure hunt. A Hunt the Goose treasure hunt is a great way to get your hen party bonding if they don’t know each other.
A very classy hen party idea and a great giggle for all your hens, a belly dancing class gives you the opportunity to strut your stuff and shimmy what you’ve got. These relaxed, fun sessions are designed to put everybody at ease and teach you the basics no matter what your age or dancing ability. You’ll even get jingly hip scarves to really set the scene and the bride will get to dance with Isis Wings for that extra something special.
Sailing & Watersports:
If it involves getting wet you can do it at the Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre (well almost). You can try kayaking, sailing, powerboating and a whole host of other unusual and alternative hen party activities. Hen party idea: Why not book a multi activity session to try a bit of everything?
Classic Hen Party Ideas: Activities
Paintballing is always popular with hen parties and there’s plenty of choice in Liverpool if you want to give it a try. Hen party idea: Paintballing is great if you are organising a large hen party as you can arrange a game just for your party!
Give your sides a good workout at one of Liverpool’s top comedy clubs. There’s two to choose from so there’s bound to be something that’ll be up your street.
Hen party idea: If you’re up for a laugh be sure to let the club know you’re a hen party so they’ll sit you near the front so the comedian can have their fun…
Another popular hen party activity go karting is great for getting the adrenaline going as you put the pedal to the metal and leave your friends at the starting line.
Fancy something a bit more adventurous than go karting? Take to the outdoors on a quad bike, tackling mud banks, streams, woodland and fields you’ll get a good mix of skill and speed over either a 6 or 9 mile course.
Clay Pigeon Shooting:
Have you got the coordination to hit a tiny piece of clay hurtling away from you at high speed? Challenging and great fun you’ll be under expert, safe and professional instructors who’ll teach you the basics before you test your skills.
Hen party idea: Why not put a few extra pounds on the price to cover the cost of the bride taking part.
Is your hen do not brave enough to handle a shotgun? Air rifling is a great alternative if you still want to test your skills but aren’t keen on something as powerful as a shotgun:
If you’re having a hen party in Liverpool then a trip on this piece of Merseyside history is one of the things you must do. Hen party idea: Do it on an afternoon rather than a morning – boats and hangovers don’t go together.
Test your nerve in this converted church as part of your hen do where you’ll get expert tuition before you hit the wall. If you don’t fancy getting roped up you can try bouldering – climbing on a much lower wall where you don’t need to be in a harness in case you fall. Hen party idea: some of your group may take some persuading to try this unusual hen party idea so pass this video around – it’s a guided tour of the wall:
Where to drink:
Liverpool is well connected so however your hens are travelling they’ll have no problems getting to your party.
Liverpool’s airport, John Lennon, is only 10 minutes on the bus (Airlink 500) outside the city centre. The booking code is LPL – remember this, it’ll making booking easier.
General info: www.liverpoolairport.com/
Check times and costs for trains to Liverpool Lime Street, located in the city centre:
Where to stay:
Where you stay in Liverpool for your hen party really depends on your budget and tastes, but if you take a look at Late Rooms you’ll get the widest range of choice:
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