Any hen party in Liverpool’s sure to provide a lorra lorra laughs with your nearest and dearest girls. It’s long been a popular destination with our hens, and in recent years investment has seen it become a real centre for culture in the North, without losing any of the rich and friendly character that makes it such a unique location.
As you’d expect from the home of The Beatles, the live music scene and nightlife in Liverpool is second to none. Surprise surprise then that Liverpool’s one of our favourite places to send party-loving hens!
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Forget about old-fashioned misconceptions of Liverpool, this city oozes class with its unmatched cluster of high-end bars, restaurants, spas and clubs – perfect hen weekend fodder, we say.
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There are two main areas that you’ll be wanting to visit on your hen nights. Concert Square is home to all the familiar big mega-bars such as Revolution Vodka Bar, Walkabout and Yates, and it’s the perfect place to start off and take advantage of the deals and fun activities like cocktail making (click to add to your quote).
Seel Street is where you go if you’re all about being cool, and being seen to be cool. There’s a range of trendy boozers that range from upscale pubs and bars that play the newest and best music across a range of genres.
And in addition there’s a range of must visit venues like the infamous Cavern Club.
Whatever your style, and where-ever you’ll go you’ll find the rich Liverpool personality is perfectly suited to wild yet friendly hen party nights.
The Beatles of course, Cilla Black and Atomic Kitten
If you’re looking to spend a day shopping in Liverpool then look no further than the Liverpool ONE complex. Your mind will boggle at the amount of stores available, and there is also an Odeon cinema and indoor adventure golf course contained within Liverpool ONE. You need not leave at all once you’re there!
And once you’ve shopped til you drop there’s a plethora of fantastic eateries ranging from classic British pubs through to hipster bistros and fine dining establishments.
In 2008 Liverpool was named European City of Culture and it’s clear to see the effect the revitalisation has had on the area. From museums in the famous Albert Dock such as the unmissable-to-music-fans ‘The Beatles Story’, through to art galleries in the more bohemian areas of the city, Liverpool really does have something for everyone!
Although most people will know of the term ‘Scouser’ to define someone who originates from Liverpool, the term comes from a local stew called scouse, which is usually made with beef or lamb. Whether the term was around when Liverpool was granted city status in 1880 is unknown.
When it comes to getting around the city, the Merseyrail and bus network are both regular and easy to navigate. A day pass on the bus might be the easiest option if you’re travelling around a lot in one day. Or you can just let your party planner now and we can arrange your transfers.
When you’re out for a night on the town, most bars are within walking distance, although to save those ankles in heels you might want to be a little lazy and hail a cab.
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This could have been a bit dull and awkward actually, but the personality of Matt and Zach made this event. Very professional, efficient, and they put everyone at ease. All of the ladies enjoyed this event and are looking forward to seeing the final photographs.Michelle Donnan
Great girl everyone loved this. Wasn't rushed. However being underneath ground in a dirty grubby bar in pitch black is not the place I expected to turn up for a dance lesson, in this case the money was well spent on the teacher but the venue was poor!Michelle Curtis