Whether you are looking for activities right in the centre of town or want to explore the Sussex Downs or the surrounding beach side towns there is a seemingly endless list of things to choose from, below are just some ideas:
Cocktail making – learn how to make your favourate drinks, learn some of the more crowd pleasing cocktails to role out at your next party and enjoy sampling the wide variety of cocktails on offer. This is a must for any party loving group.
Spa Days – Looking for a chilled day to lead you into the wild night. Book the group into a spa day?
Burlesque or Pole Dancing – If you love dancing and want to learn some new moves before you hit the clubs in the evening, this is a must.
Mud Buggys or Go Karting – if your group enjoy the adrenaline rush more than the sugar rush. This is the one to do.
Clay Pidgeon Shooting – get your eye in and blast away any frustrations with a bit of shooting.
Champagne and Wine Tastings – great way to warm up for the evening ahead. Sample some amazing fizz or just enjoy your favourite red with some friends.
Chocolate Making – say no more. Make chocolate, eat chocolate.
Raft Building and Racing – fancy a bit of healthy competition. Don the sailor outfits and hit the high seas on your homemade rafts.
You’ve spent the day sipping champers and working on your tan on your luxury yacht experience. It’s time to hit the town:
There are some amazing cocktail bars in Brighton. The three that are a must for anyone to check out are:
Valentinos – intimate upstairs venue right in the heart of the North Lanes. Award winning cocktails and staff that will take the time to tailor a drink for you.
Bohemia – super swanky and breathtaking inside. A great fun place to hang out. Three stories of plush. Waiters in waistcoats and a spectacular wine and cocktail list.
Twisted Lemon – new and fun. Great quirky cocktails and great food menu as well.
Brighton is a town brimming with foodies, so there is a great selection of different and interesting places to eat:
Silo – A dining experience that taps into the forager in all of us. Nothing is wasted and everything is made from scratch. A truly remarkable eating experience that will blow you away
Pho – A great selection of snack finger foods, noodles and soups. Inspired by the street food of Vietnam. Will take you back to the year you spent travelling Asia.
The Salt Room – Beautifully presented restaurant and food. Any seafood and fish lover is going to regret not going to the Salt Room while in Brighton
The Coal Shed – Much like the Salt Room but for steak. For all you carnivores out there this is the place
The Ginger Pig – Hove based gastro pub extraordinaire. They have held the award for the best pub food in Brighton for three years. Great local farmed produce and a relaxing contemporary feel.
You might think this kind of classy hen activity would set you back an arm and a leg. In fact it is great value at about £55 per person for a group. Find out more about yacht sailing boat trip from Brighton
You’ve warmed up your liver and you had some great food. It’s now time to get the party started:
Coalition – Located on the seafront under the arches, with a heaving outside area in the summer months. Loads of live DJs throughout the year playing house, dance and pop.
Green Door Store – Located under the main train station. It is a true ‘hang out’ playing all sorts from 60s retro to 90s pop. Loved by so many Brightonians with a really friendly chilled out feel.
Patterns – Just back from the seafront by the pier. A well established Brighton venue spread over two floors. Downstairs for the music, lasers, strobes and smoke machines. Upstairs for the more chilled out. Great outside terrace and drinks menu.
Casablanca – A really popular venue for Brighton locals. Live music all week and weekend sets from the house band. Playing a huge range of covers old and new. Has a real shabby but amazing fun feel.
This is just a few ideas to get you started. There is plenty more to be doing out in town. Why not try an unplanned hen do? Just arrive and hit the streets, there are plenty of hidden gems you will stumble across?