With so much to see, do and experience in Bristol, it’s a place that was almost made for Hen Parties. With many distinct areas, each with their own attractions and personality, there is something for everyone to be found in this old port city. In the city centre, the shopping quarter hosts over 500 shops, cafes and restaurants. For art lovers, it is home to the UK’s biggest, most ambitious permanent street project: ‘See No Evil’ .
Still the bustling hub of the city, Habourside has been transformed from the old docks of the past into a modern development ripe with shops, restaurants and attractions such as the aquarium, the At-Bristol science centre, the Brunel’s SS Great Britain and many art galleries. Old city offers a glimpse into the past. The cobbled streets and winding alleyways look almost the same today as they did hundreds of years ago. The beautiful and historic Queen Square is a popular spot for visitors and locals alike.
Stokes Croft is home to some of Banksy’s best known works so don’t forget to look out for those whilst listening to the live music that pours out onto the streets and experiencing the many culinary delights. And if you fancy a forage into the countryside, then a West Country Activity Day might be just what you’re looking for. Fancy dress, welly wanging and cider runs await you on the outskirts of town. In amongst all of this, there are plenty of free and low cost activities, so even if you’re on a budget, Bristol has a lot of things of to offer the ladies on a hen weekend.