Hen Party Activities in Brighton

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Brighton Hen Parties

This seaside city is modern and lively, whilst maintaining bohemian charm, and is literally brimming with landmarks, activities, restaurants, pubs and clubs to help give your engaged friend the amazing send-off they deserve.

Known as London by the sea, Brighton's got to be one of the best destinations in the UK for a bachelorette bash. Whether you want to celebrate in style, unwind or go absolutely wild, there's something for all tastes and budgets here. This big, bold and British seaside city is a charming host with friendly locals, a chilled-out vibe and a come as you are attitude that you'll love.

Get in the seaside spirit with a stroll along the cobbled beach before heading to Brighton's Palace Pier, a favourite with tourists, packed with rides, arcades and selfie opportunities! Don't forget to explore the shops too!

If you like to shop ‘til you drop, you'll never want to leave Brighton with its glorious fusion of independent boutiques and high street names we all know and love. The Laines is a firm fave of ours with some seriously cool and quirky shops you'll only find here. Like vintage clothing? Beyond Retro is a retro paradise, packed with one offs from yesteryear. Prefer high street brands? Churchill Square has more than 80 stores.

Bonkers, bohemian and bloody brilliant, that's a hen do in Brighton! Ready to make some memories?

Hen Party Activities in Brighton

Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside and there's so much do here!

This city’s anything goes attitude makes it the perfect place to indulge in a cheeky activity with the girls. How about a spot of hen party Life Drawing in Brighton? This fun, laid-back session is led by a professional art tutor who'll teach you how to draw a naked man. And what's more, you'll have a live male model before your very eyes to draw. You can imagine the look on the bride-to-be's face already, can't you?

Groups of disco divas have to got to try out one of our dance classes to get dancefloor ready for the big night ahead! With themes ranging from Bollywood to Pole Dancing, Grease to Lip Sync Battle, these exciting workshops are bound to break the ice and get you girls giggling as you learn some killer new moves.

Fancy a more relaxing hen party? Afternoon Tea is always a welcome change of pace, giving you ladies time to sit back, relax and chat as you tuck into some sweet and savoury goodies. Why not pair this with a bit sightseeing with our Afternoon Tea Bus in Brighton? You'll tour the city for 90-minutes and munch on moreish cakes, sandwiches and scones. You can even add a glass of Prosecco each to toast your betrothed buddy.

A Brighton hen do can be a chilled or a wild as you like. If you’re looking for something a bit quirkier, you can channel your inner child with the retro games of School Sports Day or the zorb-based silliness of Bubble Mayhen. Or why not embrace your inner detective with an Escape Room? There's just one hour on the clock and you're tasked with hunting for clues and cracking codes in order to get out! Fancy your chances?

Reviews for Brighton hen activities

It's a Knockout

fantastic really well organised and set up- a really great day

Stephanie Forbes
Mud Buggies

It was a bit of a trek to get there but once we arrived Mark and the rest of the team at Amazon events were absolutely brilliant. There one goal was to make sure we had an excellent day and they succeeded!

Dan Wilks
Indoor Go Karting - Open Endurance Race

Fantastic venue and karts and we had a lot of time on track which is normally unusual!

Matt Brown
Cocktail Making followed by a Two Course Meal

Leon the bartender is hot! Only one veggi choice but saying that what we had have was really nice

Sue Freear

Did you know?

  • Brighton became besties with Hove in 1997 and was granted city status as part of the year 2000's millennium celebrations, becoming the city known as Brighton and Hove.
  • ABBA won Eurovision in 1974 with karaoke favourite, Waterloo at the Brighton Dome.
  • The Duke of York's Picture House is the oldest cinema in continuous use in the UK and has even been voted the country's best cinema!
  • This city is also home to the world's oldest operating aquarium, opened in 1872 and now home to Sea Life Brighton.
  • Continuing down the old things route, Brighton's home to Volks Electric Railway, the world's oldest operating electric railway, opening in 1883.
  • Brighton Marina is the largest man-made marina in the UK and is definitely worth a visit during your hen do in Brighton with loads of fab restaurants and waterside views.
  • We told you this was a cheeky city so it's no surprise that it's home to the UK's first naturist beach which opened in 1979.
  • It's rumoured that during WWII, the Royal Pavilion wasn't bombed because Hitler wanted it as his seaside home.
  • The city has featured in more than 40 films as well as books by Jane Austen and Henry James.
  • Brighton has garnered many accolades over the years including being named one of the happiest places to live, the most dog friendly and the coolest city by the national press
  • Being the Gay Capital of Europe means everywhere is LGBTQ friendly. Brighton's really proud of it and rightly so.
  • The seagulls are not your friends! Chips on the beach is a staple Brighton pastime but you're going to have to guard that food from attacks from the sky!
  • Crime fiction fans will already know that Brighton's home to Detective Inspector Roy Grace from Peter James' best selling novels.
  • The very first commercial flight left from nearby Shoreham Airport in 1910.
  • The most visited tourist attraction on the city is the Royal Pavilion, Prince Regent's original pleasure palace.

Brighton in numbers

  • Brighton attracts more than eight million tourists every year.
  • There's 1.4 licensed premises for every 320 people here.
  • This historic city is home to more than 3,360 listed buildings and structures.
  • The Palace Pier is illuminated each night by 67,000 lights.
  • Brighton Marina cover approximately 127 acres and has space for more than 2,000 boats.
  • It's predicted that there's around 614,600,000 pebbles on the beach. Anybody fancy the job of counting them?
  • More than 16 million people have bought a Roy Grace book by Peter James and they've been translated into 36 languages.
  • The West Pier burnt down twice and was never rebuilt but rather left as a metal shell in the sea, becoming a haunting yet quirky landmark.
  • Brighton's said to be the second most haunted city in the UK. Ghost hunting anyone?
  • According to a 2011 census, 1% of Brighton and Hove residents named Jedi as their religion. May the force be with you during you hen do in Brighton!

Local Celebs

A Brighton hen weekend might see you rub shoulders with Norman Cook (DJ Fatboy Slim), presenter Zoe Ball, Australian musician Nick Cave, crime fiction writer Peter James or YouTube star Zoella. Winston Churchill even went to school in Hove.

With more than 400 places to eat, Brighton's a foodie's dream. In fact, there's more restaurants per person in Brighton and Hove than anywhere else in the UK with a ratio of one restaurant for every 250 people.

Starting with the obvious, you can't visit the seaside without having fish and chips and an ice cream on the beach but if cheap eats aren't your thing, you'll also find lots of fancy dining options plus the national chains that everyone likes.

Get stuck into our two or three-course meals at a range of top city centre restaurants during a hen do in Brighton. There’s a massive range of restaurants in Brighton.

How about some British classics at Revolution or something a little spicier at Las Iguanas?

For the chocoholics out there, a visit to Choccywoccydoodah is an absolute must! This chocolaterie in the heart of the city centre is famous for it's arty and mouth-watering creations.

There really is something to suit every palate here. Brighton's a paradise for vegetarians with the highest concentration of veggie restaurants in the UK. One of the most famous of these is Terre à Terre. If the bride's watching her weight to make sure she gets into her dress, they've got lots of healthy but tasty meals including great vegetarian and vegan options.

A hen night in Brighton is one to rememeber because this fab city boasts some of the best nightlife in the UK. With a super eclectic scene, there's something to suit all groups whether you want to sip local beer in a quaint pub in The Laines, rock out to some live music, laugh at a comedian at the Komedia or dance the night away in one of party mecca West Street's nightclubs. The best of the nightlife is central so easily walkable, even in heels. Yay!

Hen party Cocktail Making in Brighton is the perfect way to kick off the evening’s festivities, getting the drinks and the great times flowing at various venues including Revolution and Las Iguanas. A professional mixologist will show you the ropes before it's your turn to mix, muddle and make your own delicious drinks, sinking everything you make. Now you can see why this is one of the most popular hen party ideas in Brighton, right?

Brighton always gives hen groups a warm welcome and is the ideal place to get up to some mischief! Adonis Cabaret, the UK’s answer to Magic Mike, is an absolute riot. What better way to spend your last night of freedom than gazing upon half naked hunks as they strip and dance for your pleasure?

What's more, after the show finishes, you'll get entry to the city's biggest nightclub, PRYZM, where you can throw shapes to the best of house music, retro 80s and 90s club classics, R&B and hip hop across several fabulous rooms. This club's really popular with hen and stag groups so you'll be in good company as you party the night away!

If live music's more your thing, you'll love a Brighton hen night! It's buzzing music scene is famous and one of the best venues has to be Concorde 2 on the seafront. The 600-capacity venue hosts regular music events alongside gigs from artists ranging from the Foo Fighters to Calvin Harris.

There's never a bad time for a hen do in Brighton! The sunny South Coast is known for its milder temperature than the North of the country so is a great place to visit all year round and, unlike other coastal resorts, it's not seasonal so there's always something going on.

May is a fantastic time of year to visit as Brighton Festival takes place over three weeks with theatre, music, dance, art, literature, circus events and more taking place all over the city plus Brighton Fringe, the biggest open-access arts festival in the country.

If you're a food fan, you've got to visit the UK's biggest food festival. Foodies Festival comes to Hove Lawns every May with food stalls, top chefs, workshops and live music.

August sees the streets come to life with colour as the city celebrates Brighton and Hove Pride, the UK's biggest Pride festival and host to superstars such as Britney Spears, Jess Glynne, Nile Rogers and Boy George. The main festival may take place in Preston Park but the whole city joins in the party!

Celebrate in style with a gorgeous and historic backdrop between November and January with a skate around the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, bound to be one of your favourite winter selfie spots in the city. December is also host to Burning The Clocks, a lantern parade, bonfire and fireworks display to mark the year's shortest day. Whenever you visit, your Brighton hen party will be full of fun!

As you can tell, there’s so much to do in the city centre and lots of it’s walkable but if you want to rest those party feet, Brighton and its surrounding areas are served by a very regular bus service.

Getting a taxi is easy here too with loads of them waiting outside the nightlife hotspots for you to hop in after you've danced the night away on your Brighton hen do. Visitors from London can whizz down on a train and arrive at Brighton’s mainline train station is around an hour.

We reckon you’ll find yourself walking around a fair bit still. It’s the best way to explore the sights include the beachfront and The Laines. We reckon you’ll find yourself walking around a fair bit still. It’s the best way to explore the sights include the beachfront and The Laines. If dancing is high on your agenda during your hen weekend in Brighton, you can jump in a taxi outside all the best night time hotspots.

Fancy a Hen Party in Brighton?

One thing’s for sure, you won’t be stuck for hen party ideas in Brighton! Fizzbox is proud to call this quirky city home so you can rest assured, we know what’s best to do.

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