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Hen Party Manchester

Your go-to guide for the best hen weekends in Manchester

Manchester has got some of the most stylish bars you can find outside of London. Home to the Northern Quarter, Deansgate Locks and The Printworks, you're certainly not short of choice when you’re on a Hen Party in Manchester…

For the very best hen activities Manchester has to offer, look no further than our Activity Ideas tab at the top of the page. Get inspired and choose your perfect Manchester hen party activity.

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Hen Party in Manchester - UKGirlThing

We had the most amazing weekend in Manchester. Everything was perfect for everyone especially the bride to be. All the party said what fantastic value for money the weekend was. So thank you for organising the perfect weekend. No doubt about it I will definitely be recommending U.K girl thing to everyone.

Hen Party in Manchester Lucy, 23rd August 2017

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Why choose Manchester for your hen party?

Debated as England’s second city, Manchester definitely rivals the likes of London and Birmingham when it comes to its shopping, restaurant and bar scenes. What’s certainly not debated however is Manchester’s popularity with hen, stag and any celebration groups alike. Having the facilities for unique activities such as Snow and Water Sports alongside fun favourites like Cocktail Making and Dance Classes weekends in Manchester are some of the best in the UK. Luxurious hotels are not in short supply here as well as extra special experiences on these Manchester getaways. We haven’t even talked about its Northern charm yet – there’s nothing quite like a Manchester night out!

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Things to do in Manchester

Sightseeing

China Town

Second only to London, Manchester’s China Town is well worth a visit. With Chinese supermarkets, shops, markets, restaurants and bakeries plus much more you’ll not want to miss a stroll around this beautifully decorated part of town. Obviously make sure you sample a bite to eat too!

Wheel of Manchester

Located in Piccadilly Gardens, the Wheel of Manchester makes quite a statement - who needs the London Eye!? Stunning both day and night - get yourself down there!

Top Attractions

Old Trafford

Home of (arguably) the best football team in the world - Manchester United. It is the second largest football stadium in the UK. With games happening regularly you could always catch one whilst you’re there. Alternatively join one of the stadiums tours!

Chill Factore

The UK’s longest indoor ski slope - Chill Factore presents many opportunities for a fun adventure afternoon. Housed there is two slopes, a luge track, snowplay and tubing areas. We have to admit it would be a pretty good activity to add into your weekend

Manchester Arena

The largest indoor arena in Europe (we can see Manchester is no stranger to record breaking venues). Since opening 20 years ago some of the biggest names in pop rock and dance music have played there. As well as being a host for many sporting and entertainment events. Venues don’t get better than this - so check out whose playing while you’re in Manchester!

Shopping

Trafford Centre

Manchester is not one for doing things by half and the Trafford Centre is no exception. A massive indoor retail outlet on the outskirts of Manchester - you’ll need a whole day there to appreciate everything it has to offer. Marble pillars, chandeliers and even a replica indoor cruise ship (yep you read that correctly!) You could be fooled into thinking you’re on a film set a perfect way to start Manchester getaways!

Arndale

Every high street name on a huge scale - most importantly indoors! A haven for shopping lovers, you will find anything and everything you could possibly need or want - even if you didn’t think you did! It even has its own food market for those important refreshments!

The Northern Quarter

To the edge of Piccadilly gardens you’ll find Manchester’s independent shops. Quirky boutiques, vintage bazaars, trendy bars and delicious eateries. A more peaceful and colourful experience than Arndale or the Trafford centre. Somewhere you can enjoy even if you don’t spend a penny!

Nightlife

Central

For ease of location stick to the city centre. Popular both day and night - daytime for traditional pub food and a refreshing pint and night time for social drinks and late night dancing. There is something for everyone!

Northern Quarter

Perhaps the most popular nightlife area of Manchester presently. The Northern Quarter boasts a bohemian feels with independent bars and pubs. The best place to find live music also.

Canal Street

Manchester’s gay village is popular with every type of night clubber! You’re bound to have a whale of time here no matter what your sexuality. A friendly atmosphere where you’re guaranteed an amazing night out!

How to get to Manchester

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

By Car

Manchester’s ring road links itself to motorways to all corners of the UK. And with 36 NCP car parks and many hotels having their own - you wont be stuck for a space!

By Train

Routes from London to Manchester operate at a staggering every 20 minutes! With frequent regular services from all other major cities. Manchester also had 4 main train stations - Deansgate, Oxford Road, Victoria and the most popular - Piccadilly.

By Coach

As with any coach journey you’ll want to check out National Express. They run services from all major UK cities.

By Air

Well connected to over 190 destinations including those domestically within the UK. Manchester Airport itself is served by a regular train service into the city.

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