Sights and Sounds
With both affordable and expensive options available, it’s not hard to see why many people are drawn to the idea of staying in Manchester for their hen weekend. Places to stay are great, nightlife is abundant and there are lots of sightseeing opportunities.
Manchester, although a city full of working people, is beautiful. It boasts a range of different districts like Deansgate and the Locks that are broken up by old train arches with quirky venues underneath sky-high ceilings.
If you want to explore a bit further out, you’re surrounded by the Peak District National Park – 555 square miles of natural beauty to appreciate in all its glory.
Manchester has always been a popular city for its shopping. There are many brands, quirky shops and pretty districts to explore with your hen group. There are also plenty of shopping centres offering a unique experience that’s hard to find elsewhere. If you are looking for a day of retail therapy, you should take a trip to the famous Trafford Centre in Manchester.
There’s also the Arndale Centre, which is on a smaller scale than the Trafford Centre but is still as bustling and busy no matter what time of year you visit! It can be easily accessed on foot in the centre of town, so perfect for shopping then dropping back at your city centre hotel before your big night out.
The tram network is a great way for getting around the city, leaving you with plenty of energy to dance the night away.
Hen Do Ideas – Daytime Activities
We have some fantastic hen do daytime activities in and around this fun filled city!
Make your Manchester hen party memorable by doing one or two of these activities! Treat yourselves to a hen party Afternoon Tease with our hunky butlers or indulge in a Cocktail Masterclass workshops and 2-course meal.
For groups looking for something more active, we offer our popular Dance Classes with 50 themes to choose from! For the artsy hens, our Life Drawing workshops consisting of a hunky nude model are a lot of fun and allow you to take home your own masterpiece and admire at leisure!
It’s not hard to see why Manchester is one of the favourited Hen Do destinations, making it a prime city to visit before the bride’s big day.
Hen Party Ideas – Last Night of Freedom
Make sure to check out the nightlife at Deansgate Locks, the Northern Quarter and the Printworks.
Canal Street is one of the most iconic streets in Manchester and features some of the city’s top Gay bars, restaurants & bars. It’s a favourite destination for LGBTQA+ people as well as straight and bisexual people.
Let us organise a fantastic night out for your Hen party in Manchester. We’ll take care of all the details so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the night. You’ll definitely be ticking the box of a a great night out by spending the evening at the famous Adonis show, which has more sauce than a plate of chips.
Manchester has a great nightlife and so many bars and clubs to keep you entertained into the early hours. We’ll get you on the VIP guest list so there’s no waiting around in queues.
In addition to a variety of exciting activities that you can do when you’re out and about, we can arrange some fun home-based mobile activities for an at-home hen party. What better girly night in than to have a hunky, male Buff Butler play party games with and serve drinks and snacks. You could also try our fantastic mobile cocktail making and mobile life drawing workshops. Let the party come to you!
Emmeline Pankhurst originally comes from Manchester. She started her campaign for equality in Manchester over a century ago and it is often credited with being the beginning of the women’s suffrage movement. Many of the women who took part in the suffrage movement came from Manchester.