First and foremost, Brighton is by the sea. For most people this is enough for them to love it there, and you just can’t beat a summer’s day spent on the beach with a few drinks, a little portable BBQ and your friends. Of course there is also the Pier but we’ll get to that later!
No matter what type of night out you prefer you’ll find somewhere in Brighton to cater for you. From the big clubs right the way down to smaller, more intimate venues in the lanes, with a ton of places lining up the seafront in between, you will discover a wide array of different music styles and club nights taking place each weekend.
Made by the guys behind the London Eye, Brighton’s i360 viewing tower will offer you fantastic views of the coastline and beyond, especially if you’re lucky enough to ride on a day with good weather. Your ‘flight’ will take you up 162 metres and give you a stunning panorama of the city and the coast, plus there’s a bar where you can order refreshments.
Brighton has some of the best and most charming restaurants in the country, meaning that you’ll never have trouble finding somewhere to eat. From chain restaurants to delightful independent establishments, all cuisines and dietary requirements are covered so it’s worth doing a bit of digging to find the perfect restaurant for your hens.
The Adonis Cabaret is consistently one of our most popular hen party activities in Brighton and we’ve never known anyone to come away from the show looking disappointed! It is the perfect way to celebrate your hen weekend in Brighton. Find out more here.
With hundreds of independent businesses squeezed into this small section of Brighton it’s no wonder the North Laines prove so popular with both Brighton residents and visitors to the town. You’ll find everything you could possibly want from a shopping trip, including vintage stalls, independent record stores, pubs, restaurants, clothes shops, specialist shops, and much more. The North Laines is also a great place to grab a coffee for a breather and get in a spot of people watching, there is no other place like Brighton for it!
A pier is considered the cornerstone of any seaside town, and Brighton is no different. Although the West Pier was closed in 1975, and subject to partial collapse and fires in 2002/2003 there is still the Palace Pier (now named Brighton Pier), which can be found near the zip wire. It offers everything you would expect from a pier; ice creams, doughnuts, amusement arcades, fish and chips, funfair attractions, deck chairs. You name it, the pier has it.
It might be a nostalgic classic but Brighton Rock is still going strong! You’ll find a ton of small shops along the seafront that sell plenty of different sticks of rock; you may even be able to get one with your friend’s name through the middle of it. Failing that, the classic pink stick of rock with ‘Brighton’ all the way through it will definitely suffice.
Although it may not be on a par with places such as Manchester or Leeds for the higher end of retail fashion, Brighton more than makes up for this with its sheer amount of vintage and independent clothes shops found in the town. You’ve got the North Laines of course, as well as the Marina, Churchill Square, The Lanes, and every other square inch of the town.
What could be better than actually getting to mix some of the cocktails you love to drink for once? Learn how to mix some of the classics and try the results out yourself! It’s the perfect thing to do on your hen weekend in Brighton. It’s also ideal for large groups, Birthday parties, and just about any excuse you’ve got a group of your friends together really! Find out more about cocktail making in Brighton here.
You can even plan your own hen weekend in Brighton, choosing from a ton of amazing options. Just pick what you want to do, send an enquiry and not only will you’ll get a rough price but you'll be in direct contact with the activity organiser to chat about your plans. Not bad huh?!