Hen Party Activities in Bath

Treat the bride-to-be to a relaxing hen do in Bath where she can soak up the stunning sights, luxurious spas and the chicest cocktails.
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Bath Hen Parties

The ring is on the finger, the wedding’s been arranged, now it’s time to celebrate with the girls! With its world famous Roman baths, historic Bath Abbey, the beautiful architecture of the iconic townhouses and a plethora of restaurants, bars and clubs, Bath is a fabulous place for a pre-wedding send off to treasure forever.

Packed with laid-back Somerset charm, the city centre is easily walkable and the best way to see lots of the selfie-ready sights from the quintessentially English (and gorgeous) Royal Crescent and Bath Circus to Great Pulteney Street. Enjoy unrivalled panoramic views of the city and surrounding hills at Alexandra Park and make all your social media followers jealous on your hen do in Bath!

The Roman Baths that give the city its name are in the heart of the city next to the stunning Bath Cathedral. Shopaholic hens will be in their element as they indulge in some retail therapy in Bath’s diverse shopping areas to discover famous name stores and independent hidden gems.

Arranging a wedding can be super stressful, so treat the bride-to-be to a relaxing hen do in Bath where she can soak up the stunning sights, luxurious spas and the chicest cocktails. But don’t be put off if you like to party hard! Bath may be one of the UK’s most beautiful cities, but it still knows how to throw a wild party, so you can let your hair down and drink and dance into the early hours.

Full to the brim with history, culture and exciting activities, get ready to have a really memorable hen weekend in Bath.

Hen Parties Activities in Bath

Gather the girls and try out a fun dance class in Bath! Always been curious about the glitz and glamour of Burlesque Dancing? Now’s your chance to give it a go! Embrace your inner sex siren as you’re taught a seductive range of dance moves, sure to tease, please and boost your confidence. Fans of the movie Grease? Who isn’t? A professional dance teacher will show you how to master some awesome rock ‘n’ roll and jive moves to everyone’s favourite musical soundtrack.

Fancy something a little (or a lot!) cheekier? Hen party Life Drawing in Bath is a great ice breaker to get you giggling as you learn how to sketch the totally naked male model before your very eyes! You’ll laugh, you’ll blush, and you’ll learn a few cool drawing techniques in the process. If you’re feeling brave, ask the model to judge your masterpieces at the end of this quirky art class to see whose he likes best! Will it be yours?

Raise your hands if you like chocolate? Of course, you do! Get those hands messy with Chocolate Making where a professional chocolatier shows you how to create your own deliciously decadent choccies. Did we mention you can eat everything you make?

If you’re a group of competitive hens, you’ll love the West Country Games! This hilarious activity consists of nine wacky but wonderful games from Pitchfork Duel, where you do battle with inflatable battles, to Vicky Pollard Handbags that sees you dressed in inflatable sumo suits! If wacky is your jam and you like Harry Potter, why not hop on a broomstick and try a wizarding game of Quidditch?

From Quad Biking to Treasure Hunts, School Sports Day to Bubble Mayhen and even Punting along the River Avon, we’ve got a great selection of Bath hen party activities for you to choose from. Check out our listings for the full deets.

Reviews for Bath hen activities

Cocktail Making

Can not rate this enough everyone loved it was the highlight of our weekend!

Aimee Mansell
Burlesque Dancing

Burlesque dancing was very enjoyable and the teacher was excellent. She made us feel very comfortable and she is very good at what she does.

Rachel Tilling
Quad Biking

Fantastic activity and very friendly staff.

Rebecca Pritchett
Cocktail Masterclass including Tapas

It was alot better than we expected! Adam at las iguanas was great, and had alot of time for us! it was great fun, and would recommend for birthday and hen party celebrations!

Alex Heaney

Did you know?

  • Bath has its own currency known as the Oliver, a kind of coupon of exchange that shared between locals and traders.
  • The planet Uranus was discovered by William Herschel at his home on New King Street in 1781. The Herschel Museum of Astronomy honours is awesome discovery.
  • Bath’s oldest pub, The Saracens Head, was established in 1713 and counts super famous novelist Charles Dickens among its visitors. Fancy a visit during your hen do in Bath?
  • If you’re thinking the city looks familiar, it could be because you’ve seen it in the movies. It’s starred in Oliver, Les Miserables and The Duchess.
  • Bath was officially named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. While lots of places in the country have this honour, Bath is the only entire UK city to be designated one.
  • The city’s Roman name was Aquae Sulis, translating as the waters of Sulis.
  • The gorgeous Roman Baths were excavated after being rediscovered in the late 18th century, becoming one of the city’s main attractions as well as a significant archaeological find.
  • It’s not safe to bathe in the Roman Baths due to the water passing through the lead piping made by the Romans. But fear not, the luxurious Thermae Spa is nearby and allows visitors to experience the warm water.
  • Magnificent Bath Abbey’s the last great medieval cathedral to be built in England. Building began in 1499 but it took almost 120 years to complete.
  • Budding fasionistas will love a visit to the Fashion Museum that showcases historic and contemporary clothes. Visitors even get the chance to try on Victorian and Georgian dresses and hats!
  • The world’s first ever stamped letter was posted from this city.
  • Bath is one of the UK’s most popular cities, attracting more than five million visitors a year so you can always expect a great atmosphere on a Bath hen party.
  • Mary Shelley wrote a big part of her classic novel, Frankenstein, in a boarding house in Bath.
  • In 2012, 30,000 3rd century Roman coins were discovered in an archaeological dig 450 feet from the Roman Baths.
  • Around 200,000 students live in Bath, so you know you’re going to find some seriously good nightlife here.

Bath in numbers

  • Bath is the biggest city in Somerset.
  • The city’s famous Thermae Spa is the only natural thermal spa in the UK.
  • The Sacred Spring at the Roman Baths has a water temperature of 46°C and rises at the rate of 1,170,000 litres a day.
  • The Great Bath is a lead-lined pool of geothermically heated from the Sacred Spring and is 5.2 feet deep.
  • Although it’s now open air, The Great Bath is believed to have originally been covered by a 130-foot-high vaulted roof.
  • The Royal Crescent (as featured in the Who Will Buy? scene in Oliver) is a row of 30 Georgian, terraced houses, designed by John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774.
  • The gorgeous Pulteney Bridge is one of only four bridges in the world to have shops across both sides.
  • The Temple of Sulis Minerva was constructed in 60-70 AD and is one of just two classical temples from Roman Britain.
  • More than one million people visit the beautiful Roman Baths every year. They’re a must see during your hen do in Bath, trust us!
  • More than 50% of Bath’s shops are independent. See what quirky and unique finds you can get your hands on!

Local Celebs

Epic author Jane Austin was born in Bath and based two of her novels here. Other famous Bathonians include our fave foodie Mary Berry, comedian Russell Howards, children’s author Jacqueline Wilson, Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams and the comedian, actor and musician Bill Bailey. With Bath being such a popular place for movie filming, you never know who you might bump into on your hen do in Bath!

If the bride’s a foodie, a hearty meal is in order during your Bath hen do! What your taste or budget, you can enjoy a good old catch up and fill those bellies with a range of delicious local or international cuisine. Whether you want afternoon tea or a slap-up three-course meal, you can take a culinary journey around the world without having to leave the city! There’s so much choice here from Michelin Star and AA Rosette-winning establishments to loveable chain restaurants, quality gastropubs to genteel tearooms, cosy cafes to cheap and cheerful takeaways.

Really tantalise those taste buds with a trip to Las Iguanas in Bath. This Latin American restaurant and bar is a firm fave with hen groups and it’s easy to see why; you’ll dine in a warm atmosphere with a friendly service and chow down on two delicious courses and a drink each at a value for money price. What’s not to love?

Bath boasts a big selection of dance ‘til you drop nightclubs, trendy cocktail and gin bars and traditional boozers so all tastes are catered for. Because so many of the beautiful buildings in Bath are listed, there’s strict rules about what can and can’t be built here, meaning that many nightclubs have made their way underground. You’ll never forget partying the night away in the basement of a fabulous townhouse during your Bath hen night!

Hen party Cocktail Making in Bath is a firm favourite, perfect for whetting your whistle and getting you acquainted with the rest of the hen group. An expect mixologist will show you how to make the tastiest drinks, sharing lots of samples, before it’s your turn to get hands on at the bar and create your own concoctions.

Fun games and snacks make this a complete party package. You can even add a tempting two-course meal after. For a night to remember, head to Po Na Na. This fab Moroccan-themed nightclub plays a range of top tunes that’ll get everyone up dancing. With lavish yet edgy décor and some amazing handcrafted cocktails, every hen will love this club! Another popular hotspot is The Second Bridge with its VIP booths, quality drinks, celebrity appearances and late opening hours.

By pre-booking your nightclub entry with Fizzbox, you can rest assured that your night’s going to end on a high. You won’t have to wait in line in the cold, meaning you get more time in the club and the fun can start immediately. Like the sound of that?

There’s always something going on in this historic and culture loving city. Bath Comedy Festival takes place between March and April with a hilarious line up of stand-up comics who are guaranteed to make you all LOL across a range of city centre venues.

Get a real taste for local culture with The Bath Festival in May. This 17-day multi-arts festival sees the city streets come to life as everyone celebrates music, literature and more. One of its most fun nights is the Party in the City where more than 2,000 performers take to the stage across 30 venues and three outdoor arenas. A massive bonus is that it’s free to attend!

May and June are host to the Fringe Festival. It takes place over the course of two weeks and highlights local and international artists and performers. There are few rules involved in what’s performed so you can expect to all sorts from the wacky to the avant garde during your Bath hen weekend.

The Jane Austin Festival returns for 10 days in September with processions, plays, music and talk, all inspired by the iconic and much-loved author. The city was the backdrop to her famous novels Northanger Abbey and Persuasion.

Bath’s Christmas Market runs from November to December and is considered one of the best in the UK with live entertainment more than 150 stalls selling traditional and unusual gifts, handmade goodies, food and drinks. If you’re a market fan, you’ll be pleased to hear that Bath Farmers Market takes place every Saturday throughout the year.

You’ve just got to go for a walk around this gorgeous city! With the Georgian architecture, Roman ruins and winding streets, you'll feel like you’re walking around on a movie set on your hen do in Bath! Because this Somerset city is built into a bowl-shaped valley, you’re likely to encounter some hills that surround the city centre but, don’t worry, they’ve got great bus and taxi services here so there’s no need to leave the high heels at home.

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