Just a short flight away from the UK, all the great craic of Dublin makes it an always popular destination for our hen parties. It’s a city that’s perfect for hens, the friendly Irish culture is welcoming to girls looking for a good time (and those gorgeous Irish accents don’t hurt) – and it’s a city that has the ultimate hen party playground, the hub of Temple Bar is hub of the city’s drinking and partying, and is must-see. Just remember to order at least pint of the black stuff (Guinness), Dublin’s about the only place in the world it gets poured properly.
Drinking tells only half the story though; Dublin is a vibrant, eclectic and passionate city with a culturally enriching backdrop that will energise your Dublin hen weekend. So let Hen Heaven take charge of your hen do and decide on a city that will deliver memories by the bucket load.
Pole dancing is fast becoming the best way for girls to work out. Start your hen party with this fun and enlightening experience, setting you all up perfectly for a night out in Dublin...
Are you up for the craic? Enjoy Dublin by day and then at night we'll have a top restaurant booked for you girls to enjoy a three-course feast and a bar crawl on your last evening of freedom...
The ultimate in Dublin hen weekends, you won’t have a dull moment with this package that’s ends up with a private bar crawl. Unbeatable.
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No visit to the Emerald Isle would be complete without a visit to one (or two, or three, or four) of it’s pubs. These are proper pubs with a traditional Irish feel, where locals and tourists interact together, and often there’s Irish bands in the evening to give things a more authentic feel.
For something a little rowdier you might want to head to the infamous Temple Bar, this collection of restaurants and bars and pubs spread across several cobbled streets is famous for how boisterous it gets as the sun sets. Chances are it’s where you’ll make a lot of your hen party memories!
Colin Farrell, National Botanic Gardens, St. Patricks Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Guinness Storehouse.
In Dublin it’s all about the craic, it’s all about having a good time and this means you and your hens are spoilt for choice when it comes to what to do. You could go for the classic route, and head into the factory that creates Dublin’s fuel – The Guinness Storehouse. This amazing tour will make even the most beer-hating hen fall in love with the luxurious, chocolate-y tastes of a well poured Guinness. (Click here to add to your quote)
Or if instead of learning about your booze you’d rather be drinking it – our pub treasure hunt is the perfect blend of hen party drinking, coupled with the chance to explore some of Dublin’s most well-known sights and attractions.
If all these boozy daytime activities sounds like they’d have you on the floor by the afternoon, maybe something that gets you on your feet is more your style. Our Irish Dance Class will see you and the girls learning a mighty good jig in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
You can trace back the history of Dublin for 1000 years but in a nutshell, it is the cultural, industrial and educational centre of the Island but more importantly it does a brilliant pint of Guinness.
As a city packed with new modern sites alongside a long and storied history it’s sometimes lovely to just explore by foot. It’s also a great way to see the rich, local culture and see why the Irish are so famed for their friendliness.
And if all that walking sounds too close to hard work for a hen do, our team of expert party planners are able to arrange transfers to and from all of your activities. Just make sure to mention it as part of your enquiry and we’ll work our magic.
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We used hen heaven for a recent hen trip to Dublin. I would most definitely use hen heaven again, the whole experience was great. Our cocktail making experience was superb. Thanks againJane
The venue and staff were great, so helpful and accommodating.Jane Sayers