Hens Guide in Brighton

The Brighton Hen Party Guide

Why Celebrate in Brighton?

Brighton is known as London by the sea, a gorgeous seaside resort that is perfect for making some memories on a hen weekend.

Ah, the piers, cobbled streets, sandy beaches, gorgeous buildings and the nightlife. There is nothing a Brighton hen do doesn’t have to offer to ensure you and the girls have a brilliant stay. And we’re not surprised since they welcome well over 5 million visitors every year! And that’s what makes this town such a beautiful place to visit, it will become a memorable place that you will want to visit again and again. Not only that but it is so easy to get to whether that be by plane, train or car – and there are train links to London if you fancied a day trip to the capital.

Brighton is a fairly small city which means everything is only a small walk away and the train station is only a few minutes’ walk away from where it all goes on so you’re never too far away from anything – even in heels! And as it is one of Britain’s coolest towns you can expect a lot from it during your visit. Whether you want a walk along the pier, a chill at the beach or a wild night out on the town.

Top Sight-Seeing Spots:

  • British Airways i360
  • The Royal Pavilion
  • Palace Pier

  • Hop on Hop off Bus Tour
  • The Lanes

Guide to Brighton Nightlife

The Brighton Hen Party Guide - Nightlife

Brighton is without a doubt one of the best places to head mainly for the nightlife. Whether you’re in need of a bar to have a chilled drink in after a busy day full of activities, or perhaps you’re after a quirky pub to start the evenings antics before hitting one of the top nightclubs. Whatever you’re after you’ll be sure to find around the gorgeous streets of Brighton. And if you’re heading down to Brighton in the summer time we can guarantee that there is nothing better than chilling with the girls in a seafront bar with DJ’s playing great music against the sound of the sea – it as if you’re abroad when on a Brighton hen do!

Throughout this town you can find quirky pubs, late night bars, hot DJ clubs and loads of live music venues for you to venture around. Start the night grabbing a cocktail at one of the many cocktail bars like Revolution or Brighton Rocks before heading out into the well-known clubs. Depending on what you’re feeling on the night depends on where you will go, how about Concorde 2, one of Brighton’s most established music venues right on the beachfront. Or perhaps The Haunt, a well-known club that is right near the West Street which is where all the action happens.

Top Bars/Clubs:

Shopping in Brighton

The Cardiff Hen Party Guide - Shopping

Brighton is known for being one of the most interesting places in the UK to go shopping and when you’re there with all the girls for the weekend it is hard to resist not going for a wonder around the town. And as soon as you find The Lanes in Brighton, you’ll be in a shopper’s paradise. It is full of around 200 little independent shops and boutiques that are perfect if you’re after one off pieces.

After The Lanes there are two other main shopping areas, the first being the North Laine area, throughout this half a square mile there are over 300 shops for you to explore. Each shop containing a variety of things like rugs, second hand items, handmade and vintage clothing, fabrics and fancy dress costumes. If you head down to Churchill Square, North Street and Western Road you will find all your high-street shopping needs. Perfect for a girly day out.

Occupy Your Days


This town is so beautiful that you don’t want to miss out on any opportunity to get exploring which is why theSmartphone City Treasure Hunt is such a perfect addition to your weekend. And the best part about this is the whole activity is self-run so you can take part at any time of the day that suits you the most! It is a great way to experience the sights and scenes that Brighton has to offer at the same time as making some memories.

Late Night

Brighton’s nightlife is what stands out the most and when it comes to the evening what better way to start it than with the Cocktail Making – Evening Classes? It’s a great way to have the chance to see what it takes to get behind the bar and work some cocktail magic into your evening. And what better way to kick start the celebrations than shaking it up abit with this amazing and memorable activity.


Why not stray away from the stereotype and add a Football Darts activity into your day? It’s a hilarious way to bring out the competitive sides of all the hens. And since this town is full of fresh views then it would be nice to have an eventful bit of sports thrown into the weekend. Along with a fantastic range of mini games for you all to get involved with.

The Brighton Hen Party Guide

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