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Hen Party Cambridge

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Our Cambridge Hen Party Packages are full of everything you need, from punting to pizza making and a range of accommodation. Cambridge really has a great varity of everything, couple all this with the amazing architecture and history that Cambridge has to offer and you can easily fill your weekend with activities, sightseeing and the odd drink or two.

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Hen Party in Cambridge - UKGirlThing

I cannot recommend this company enough. At every stage of the booking there was constant communication; Louise did everything she could to ensure I had all the options and information I needed to create a memorable hen. Although my booking changed many times, Louise was so helpful, personable and genuinely wanted to help. Thank you SO much! Megan Smith

Hen Party in Cambridge Megan, 9th July 2018

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Why choose Cambridge for your hen party?

If you’ve got any brains about you, you’ll be considering Cambridge as your party weekend destination. We’ve studied hen party ideas and cities for years and there’s sure reasons why Cambridge made the top list. You can get seriously geek chic with all the culture, history and attractions in the city. Try out something totally different – with one of our punting packages. Don’t let this fool you into thinking you can’t get a decent night out here too with many classy cocktail bars, specialised venues and traditional pubs. We give Cambridge first class party honours!

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Things to do in Cambridge


University of Cambridge

The second oldest university in the English speaking world and half of the infamous ‘Oxbridge’. The university is made up of many buildings spread out across the whole city. It is worth, on a nice day going for a wander to appreciate the historical and contemporary building alike. Notable locations are Kings College, Queens College and St Johns College.

River Cam

The main river that flows directly through Cambridge is the river Cam. Great thing about it, is that the scenery is worth it just being there - lovely for a stroll, a punt or boat ride. With many riverside restaurants, bars and cafes there is always refreshments available with a view!

The Backs

Basically meaning ‘the backs’ of many of the historical college university buildings - where they back onto the river Cam. Picturesque, leafy and full of lush greenery - perfect for a summers wander or picnic. We would suggest a wicker basket full of savoury and sweet goodies - why not pack some Pimms and lemonade too!

Top Attractions


With daily tours of varying length and prices there’s a boat trip for everyone. Experience a truly unique view of Cambridge, with a top tour guide filling you in on all the relevant history and interesting stories about the surroundings. It is even covered for those rainy days or impromptu showers.

Cambridge Wine School

Why not kick start a new hobby this year - we can’t think of anything more entertaining! Learn the ropes in a relaxed setting day or night. Brush up on your knowledge and tasting skills - ready to pick the perfect bottle on your night out or pre-party meal!

Kings College Chapel

An amazing and some say the best example of gothic architecture in England. Both outside and in the building is breath-taking. See the outstanding examples of stained glass and its beautiful grounds.


The Grand Arcade

Three floors of fashion, beauty, home, gift and technology. With many top high street names such as Topshop, River Island and Warehouse. Also home to the Cambridge’s large John Lewis store. A staple shopping environment where you’re sure to find everything you need as well as bite to eat or a cheeky tipple!

The Grafton

Also in the heart of Cambridge city centre. You’ll find well-known brands such as H & M, Debenhams and New Look. As well as top notch shopping and delicious food and drink outlets the centre also has an entertainment centre including a Vue cinema.

Rose Crescent

For a more traditional experience of Cambridge shop visit this area of town. Surrounded by historic architecture and university buildings. Find smaller boutiques and independent shops. You’ll find amazing local food and yummy cafes here too!


Cambridge Leisure Park

Just outside of Cambridge city centre is the ideal location for an ‘all in one’ night out. With the best high street restaurants including Five Guys, Chiquitos and Bella Italia. You can eat, drink and dance the night away without taking more than a few steps! Bar Nusha is great for a delicious cocktail or two.

Cambridge Junction

Home to all things art, comedy, music, theatre and all in between. You’ll be sure to find something to suit you and your group. Cambridge Junction plays host to a weekly club night on Saturdays with guest DJ’s and entertainment until the early hours.


There’s everything from live music and traditional pubs to trendy bars and late night clubs. We recommend going down Regent Street and Downing Street for some serious dance-floor action. Market square offers at least three top clubs playing all the latest tunes and party classics.

How to get to Cambridge

Being experts in all our cities we can provide you with some very useful information on how to get to Cambridge. There are many options available to our hens as we explore here, to help you decide!

By Car

With great connections to all corners of the UK - the M11 from London and the south and for all others the A14. Cambridge is not short of car parks and even more useful - it has an excellent park and ride service running regularly throughout the day!

By Train

A fast and direct service operates from both London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street. From the north access is by Peterborough as well as regional services from the surrounding counties.

By Coach

As with most major UK cities, National Express serves Cambridge well. Frequent services from both the north and south as well as cross country services from midland cities including Milton Keynes, Oxford, Buckingham and Bedford.

By Air

Perhaps not the most recommended means of travel to Cambridge - the nearest airport being London Stanstead, 30 miles from the south of the city. However transfers are easy enough by train, coach or car.

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