The city offers great shopping opportunities; Churchill Square is packed with all your high street favourites and the famous Brighton Laines is where you can find boutiques and quirky, unique shops.
For a unique view of Brighton, take your hens on a ride on the Wheel of Excellence on the seafront and enjoy panoramic views over the city, or combine it with a cruise and delight in a lazy day out on the water.
To make your hen do even more entertaining, get the girls moonwalking with the Thriller dance club. With the help of a professional choreographer, learn the dance routine from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video and make your hen party even more memorable.
You might like to take some time to relax and have a good chat with the girls while enjoying a delicious afternoon tea at one of the city’s iconic hotels. Or celebrate your hen party with a wine tasting experience and take part in fun wine tasting games before seeing who has learnt the most in a special wine quiz.
To ensure a good giggle with the girls, a night out at a comedy club is a fantastic way to enjoy the evening with your hens. But if you want to hit the dancefloor, Brighton is full of great nightclubs, so there are plenty of opportunities to show off your dance moves. You might prefer to round off your day of fun by being entertained by talented performers at a Brighton Cabaret Show who promise an evening of hilarious and sparkling entertainment.
The Brighton lanes are some of the most famous shopping streets in England full of winding side streets with little boutiques - so definitely worth a visit.
You would be silly to miss out on a tour around the beauty that is the Royal Pavilion - once home to the Prince Regent.
With more than 400 fantastic places to eat, you and your hens will not be stuck for amazing food!
With international DJ talent such as Fatboy Slim being a resident of Brighton, you’re guaranteed a great music scene.
Built way back in 1823 this is now one of Brighton's most popular tourist spots - offering an assortment of rides and attractions, arcades, restaurants and various food kiosks. Why not pop along and enjoy some fish and chips for the true British seaside holiday experience?