Hen Party Activities in Munich

Think a hen do in Munich is just about beer and bratwurst, think again ladies! Explore this cultural gem of Germany, packed with history, gorgeous scenery and brilliantly bonkers nightlife!
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Munich Hen Parties

Magical Munich is the second most visited city in the country and it’s easy to see why with its markets, beer halls and notorious night time scene that’ll keep you dancing all night long! This bustling Bavarian beauty’s official motto is ‘Munich loves you’ and, trust us, the feeling will be mutual by the time you finish that last weekend of freedom.

What to Expect During a Hen Party in Munich

Its gothic architecture looks like it’s stepped out of a fairy-tale, especially Neus Rathaus, the gorgeous townhall. Take a walk across the cobbled streets to soak up the sights. Munich is home to the legendary Oktoberfest so it’s no surprise that you’ll find more than 200 beer gardens here! The city’s nightlife offers an endless buzz of excitement with an eclectic range of watering holes from traditional beer halls to edgy nightclubs.

Altstadt is a must visit hotspot during your hen do in Munich, crammed with more than 250 pubs plus bars, breweries, shops and clubs. It’s also home to the famous Deutsches museum and some great restaurants.

If you’re a group of shopaholic hens, you’ve got to check out the shops in the Neuhauser, Kaufingerstraße and Theatinerstraße areas. You’ll think you’re in retail heaven! Don’t spend all your time in the shops though, there’s so much more to explore, not forgetting the breath-taking backdrop of the Bavarian Alps.

You can reach Munich in a couple of hours from any UK airport, making it a great choice for the bride-to-be’s big send off. There’s so much to do in this Southern Germany gem, something for every kind of group from chilled out spas to full on Bavarian madness. Take a look at our activities to find out what’s in store for you on a Munich hen weekend!

Outdoor Hen Do Activities in Munich

There are loads of outdoor activities for a hen do in Munich. If you’re a bit of a daredevil, why not take on the high ropes adventures where you’ll climb into the trees to cross rope bridges and zip wires? Fancy something a bit more chilled? No problem! Visit one of the many German beer gardens to soak up some sun and enjoy and drink with the girls.

Hen Party Activities in Munich

Get stuck into some seriously fun activities during your Munich hen party! Your time here can be as relaxed, booze-filled or adrenaline pumping as you like. The world’s your oyster, ladies, so get stuck into the fun!

Spa Day - If you want to relax to the max, you’ve got to try the hen do staple of a spa day. You’ll get to unwind with the girls as you enjoy all the facilities including the heated swimming pool and sauna. Feel any tension and stress melt away as you enjoy some much-deserved quality time with your fellow hens.

Prosecco Bike - If you like the idea of sightseeing with a difference, hop onboard a prosecco bike! You’ll do the pedalling as a driver steers you around the city streets. To help get the good times going, you’ll also get two delicious bottles of prosecco to share, perfect for toasting the bride-to-be. Check out our activity listings to see everything we offer for a hen do in Munich to remember!

Zip Wire and High Ropes - Thrill-seekers can kick things off with an exhilarating Roof Climb Tour of the Olympic Stadium? You’ll scale the tent roof all the way to the top, taking in breath-taking panoramic views of the Bavarian Alps and Germany’s highest mountain. You can even try a Flying Fox zipwire here.

Escape Rooms - Want to put your teamwork to the test? An escape room sees you locked in a room with just one hour ticking away on the clock. The only way to get out is to search the room for clues, crack the codes and solve puzzles. Will you get out in time?

City Tours - Explore the city in style with a tour. Kick start the fun on a party bus where you’ll drink and dance to non-stop party hits for around an hour before you reach your final destination. Want to travel in serious style? Hop on a limo tour where you’ll feel like a VIP as your chauffeur drives you around the best sights in town.

Did you know?

  • Their official slogan is ‘München mag dich’ which means Munich likes you. How nice!
  • In Bavaria, beer is officially recognised as a food! Sounds like a good excuse to drink lots of it on your hen do in Munich to us!
  • The city’s home to the world’s oldest cinema. The Neues Kino Gabriel opened in 1906 and is still open now.
  • Munich’s oldest building isn’t a church, a castle or anything you’d expect. It’s a toilet that dates back to the 13th century!
  • Plasticine was invented here by pharmacist Franz Kolb.
  • Excluding Alaska, Munich is further north than any major US city.
  • The Technical University of Munich features giant indoor slides to help students get to class quicker. All together now, weeeeee!
  • German car company BMW has its headquarters in Munich.
  • Deutsches Museum is the largest science and technology museum in the world.
  • Bavaria is Germany’s oldest and biggest state, encompassing more than 300 cities.
  • Despite its name, Oktoberfest actually starts in September, running for three weeks.
  • Neus Rathaus (new town hall) is one of the city’s most gorgeous buildings, created in a neo-gothic style with its monk-child mascot at the top of the 85m tower.
  • When you’re here, you’ve got to try the Munich delicacy of white sausages. They’re traditionally served before midday with pretzels and sweet mustard.
  • The English Garden is one of the world’s biggest city parks at 4.17 sqkm, larger even than New York’s Central Park and London’s Hyde Park.
  • Two underground stations, Odeonsplatz and Goetheplatz, have been playing classic music since 2000. The songs are played on a loop that repeats every 300 minutes.

Munich in numbers

  • More than 1.2 billion bottles of wine are produced in Munich per year.
  • This is the third biggest city in Germany.
  • Munich is located in Bavaria, a state that covers nearly a fifth of Germany’s total land area.
  • Hofbräuhaus is the city’s biggest beerhall and has been named the world’s biggest pub with a whopping capacity of 5,000 party goers. It’s a must visit during your hen do in Munich.
  • Over six million people attend Oktoberfest every year.
  • Speaking of Oktoberfest, did you know it’s been held here for more than 200 years?
  • Munich is a city of theatre goers. You’ll find more than 60 here as well as four symphony orchestras.
  • There are six major breweries here, Hofbräu, Augustiner Bräu, Paulaner Brauerei, Löwenbräu, Hacker-Pschorr Bräu and Spaten-Franziskaner Bräu.
  • The Olympic Stadium has a capacity of 70,000 people.
  • Munich has a population of around 1.4 million people.

Local Celebs

Rob Pilatus from pop duo Milli Vanilli and The Young and the Restless actress Tracey E. Bregman were born in Munich but the state of Bavaria has also been to home to its share of stars including former professional basketball player Dirk Nowitzki, who was the highest-scoring foreign born player in NBA history, film producer Bernd Eichinger (Resident Evil, The Neverending Story) and Pope Benedict XVI.

Want to see more celebs during your hen do in Munich? Why not indulge in a bit of fancy dress? Yep, it’s cheating but, let’s face it, it’s fun!

Activities for Foodie Hen Parties in Munich

We hope you’re ready for some hearty food and seriously amazing beer, ladies! You’re going to need to bring big appetites to your hen weekend in Munich! This city has an enviable foodie scene but also boasts the traditional German delicacies including lots of pork, sausages, dumplings and soft pretzels. White pork sausages are a local favourite. Eaten with sweet mustard and pretzels, they’re a mouth-watering treat that everyone will enjoy.

Afternoon Tea - If you’re looking for a relaxing, food-based activity, you’ll love Munich hen party afternoon tea that treats you all to mini sandwiches, cakes and scones with clotted cream and jam, washed down with loads of delicious tea.

Restaurants in Munich - For a real taste of Germany, tuck into a Bavarian feast where you’ll chow down on plenty of filling courses, followed by beer, wine or cocktails. Expect lots of meat, sausages, potatoes, salad and more to get your taste buds tingling. This is definitely a time to wear stretching waistbands, ladies! No hen do in Munich is complete without feasting on some tasty grub so treat yourselves and remember, calories don’t really count on a bachelorette bash!

Prosecco Bike - We’ve discussed food but what about drink? If you want to change up your regular visit to the pub, why not hop on a prosecco bike? You’ll pedal around the city, taking in loads of the top landmarks as you sip on delicious prosecco. Everyone you pedal past will wish they were on the bike with you. And who can blame them? It’s like a bar on wheels! What’s not to love?

You better be ready to party hard, ladies! Most of the city’s nightclubs and late-night bars are found in Munchener Freiheit, the banging square in Schwabing and this area is a must visit for any hen night in Munich!

Cocktail Making - Why not kick off that last night of freedom with some Munich hen party cocktail making? Get everyone stuck into the fun as you learn how to create two delicious cocktails each, drinking everything you make.

Bar Crawls - If you’re new to town, you’re going to want to sample as much of that nightlife as quickly as possible and the best way to do that is with our Cocktail Bar Crawl! Your crawl will be led by an English-speaking guide who’ll take you to between two and three cocktail bars over the course of three hours, sipping on three long drinks each.

Hofbräuhaus - Platzl 9, 80331 München - Hofbräuhaus is the biggest beer hall in the city and even claims to be the world’s largest pub with three floors to explore plus entertainment from live oompah bands. It’s got a whopping capacity of 5,000 people so you’ll be able to rub shoulders with loads of fellow party goers. This place has got to be seen to be believed!

There’s no better way to end a Munich hen night than in a nightclub. This city is big on techno so expect to dance to loads of it! It might sound cheesy at first, but you’ll soon be throwing shapes to it and loving every minute.

Pacha Munchen - Maximilianspl. 5, 80333 München - One of the most famous clubs in town in Pacha Munchen (sister to Pacha Ibiza) with two big dance floors, a state-of-the-art sound system and some seriously awesome DJs from all over the world. If you want to go hard on your Munich hen do, you’re spoilt for choice with banging nightclubs in the city!

There’s so much to do on a Munich hen weekend. Not only does the legendary Oktoberfest take place here but there’s also loads of other fun annual events that your group will love.

Munich Carnival

The fun-filled carnival season runs from February to March and it’s jam packed with parades, fancy dress balls, markets, music and dancing. Marienplatz turns into an open-air party zone that you just have to visit! You might not be in Ireland, but Munich still throw one hell of a St Patrick’s Day party with a colourful parade, live entertainment and, of course, lots of beer!

Tollwood Festival

In July, the Summer Tollwood Festival takes place with a huge variety of musical and circus acts and performers plus, arts and crafts, stalls and plenty of food and drink. It’s a great festival to visit on your hen do in Munich, especially as you can soak up some sun.

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest hits between September and October and welcomes more than six million visitors. This three-week extravaganza is one of the biggest folk and beer festivals in the world. Expect loads of food and drink stalls, a fair, rides and live entertainment showcasing local culture.

Around seven million litres of beer are consumed here every year so get involved and get ready to have a very boozy Hamburg hen do! Lots of other countries have their own Oktoberfest celebrations but you just can’t beat the real thing!

Munich Christmas Markets

Germany’s Christmas markets are legendary, and Munich’s are no exception! Taking place in November and December, these festive markets are a perfect place to explore and treat yourselves. You can wander around food and drink stalls with delicious local produce, enjoy live music and Christmassy entertainment and find a perfect pressie for the folks back home.

Getting Around During Your Munich Hen Do

Getting around on your hen do in Munich is a breeze. The city centre’s nice and compact so easy to explore. Hit the streets on foot to see the best of the sights as well as some hidden gems. The skyline and Bavarian Alps make for a gorgeous backdrop that’s just begging to be explored.

The city’s public transport system is famously said to be the most punctual in the world so hopping on a bus or train is nice, easy and, best of all, on time! The trains and buses connect the buzzing city centre to its surrounding suburbs and beyond, getting you wherever you need to go. Alternatively, after a night of drinking and dancing, you can also jump in a taxi and rest those dancing feet.

Fancy a Hen Party in Munich ?

If you want more hen party ideas in Munich, take a look at our activity listings now. There’s so much to keep you entertained in this German party city from a Spa Day to a Party Bus, Cocktail Making to a High Ropes Adventure, so what are you waiting for, girls?

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