Bristol is an amazing Hen Party destination and I can promise you that you will not be disappointed! With the amazing cobbled streets and beautiful buildings there is so much to see and do.
I’ve only been to Bristol once but it’s a stunning city. I stayed in Bristol when I went to T4 on the beach and it was the perfect location. Not far to travel for the T4 event and amazing nightlife with so many things to do where I was staying. It was the best combination.
Although I didn’t get the chance to do all of these things I wanted to whilst in Bristol, these are some amazing things if you’re group are working with a budget whilst on your Bristol Hen Party.
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Spread over 19 galleries and 3 floors you can step back in time to ancient Egypt and Assyria and see sparkling world of minerals, gemstones and crystals. As well as wonder around the dinosaur galleries and discover Bellini, Cranach, Renior, Pissarro, Sisley, Bomberg, Hepworth and Beryl Cook. There are so many different reasons to visit this Museum and Art Gallery on your Bristol Hen Party. Even if you’re only interested in one section, have a look around and you may surprise yourself. Admission is free.
Your Bristol Hen Party would not be complete without a trip to the harbour side. Whether you and your group visit in the afternoon or evening you have to go! In the summer it’s an amazing place to relax and have a few drinks. At a lot of the bars around this area they will have happy hours and discounted drinks such as 2-4-1 offers. It can be cheap and cheerful and a beautiful place to go.
Banksy Walking Tour
This isn’t something you will do on a daily basis which is why you have to go and see some of Banksys art work whilst on your Bristol hen party! In Bristol you will find the Grim reaper on the side of the thekla social boat at Bristol Harbour side. Not far from there you will also find Banksys well hung lover on Frogmore Street. Unfortunately I haven’t had the opportunity to see some of Banksys work but I’d love to! It’s a great chance to explore the city whilst checking out the famous graffiti. Don’t forget to take your camera.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
The bridge was built in 1864 however the designer died before the bridge was complete. Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of Bristol’s most iconic sights. On Sunday afternoon’s they run free guided tours where you can find out all about its history. On the bridge you will get some amazing views and scenery. It’s definitely worth a visit and an incredible location for photo opportunities.
Bristol Cathedral is free to visit and is full of never ending history. The cathedral is thousands of years old and was once an Abbey. For some people it may not be a place that you want to spend a lot of time in however it’s so pretty that you have to go and take some pictures. If you’re the type of person that love architecture then it’s a must see and visit.
If you’re interested in a Bristol Hen Party call our party planners on 0115 941 5282 or email [email protected] I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I do.
Author : Yazmina Wallace
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