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Bars in Glasgow

The Tiki Bar & Kitsch Inn - Aloha! Fancy a great night out? The Tiki Bar has it all; Retro kitsch décor? Check. Great cocktail  menu? Check. Good food at good prices? Check. Superb party atmosphere? Check. Top tunes and fit looking bar men? Check and check mate! 214 Bath St

Ubiquitous Chip - This superb bar and restaurant has a boho, arty feel to it, definitely not a raucous bar, this is the place to have a great meal and raise a glass to the bride-to-be before moving on to the louder bars and clubs. The food is absolutely incredible which is reflected in the prices. 12 Ashton Lane

Distill Bar - Top DJ's, great tunes, a buzzing vibe, this is where Glasgow's party crowd flock to. It also has a fantastic menu and some simply heavenly cocktails. It's a party just waiting for you to make it happen. 1106 Argyle St

Food in Glasgow

Best Bites

Babu Bombay Street Kitchen - Whether you fancy a quick lunchtime light bite or a nice evening that offers something different from the norm then this fantastic café/restaurant is all things to all hens. The superb service is only outshone by the amazing menu which is a really interesting mix of exotic street food and modern twists on classics. 186 West Regent St

Bread Meats Bread - If you're big fans of the Sex and the City modern US style diners then this funky restaurant ticks all the boxes. The prices, portions and menu choices are spot on for a group of hungry Glasgow hens, with a little something for everyone, varied drinks selection and trendy vibe. 104 St Vincent St

Sights & Sounds

Sights and Sounds in GlasgowGlasgow is a city of great culture, there are some superb museums and art galleries which are well worth a visit. But if your weekend has been a little more boozy than studious and there are a few sore hen heads, a trip up the Glasgow Tower will soon bring everyone round. The views from the top are stunning (unless you're scared of heights in which case they're terrifying!).
The People's Palace is another great spot to relax and recover. Free to enter it has some spectacular gardens and wide lawns to catch a few rays and let the vitamin D help bring you back gently back to the land of the living.

If you like your music loud and live, King Tut's Wah Wah has near legendary status in Scotland's live music scene. Up and coming acts from across the UK consider this a real step on the circuit and the iconic venue has seen more than it's share of big name "I was there back when..." moments. 272a St Vincent St
Featuring a variety of themed rooms, The Garage is undoubtedly one of the cities hottest clubs and is open an amazing 7 days a week. Guest DJ's, state-of-the-art sound system, drinks offers make this a great place to end a big night out. Sauchiehall St
If you're looking to end your night on a high GoHen can arrange Guest List Nightclub Entry to some of the cities best venues.

What's on in Glasgow

In the Diary

March - Glasgow Comedy Festival. The UK's best stand-ups and funny faces will be having a laugh in venues across the city.
- West End Live. Comedy, art, music dance, DJ's, food, bars and theatre all take to the streets in Glasgow's biggest arts festival.
July - Merchant City Festival. Food, drink, pop up shops, market stalls, music and comedy all fill the streets of Glasgow's cultural quarter for nine days.
August - Piping Live. "Och, the wonderful soond offf the pipes and the drrrums". Or hundreds of cat's being tortured, you decide.
October - Oktoberfest. The beers and flavours of Bavaria come to Glasgow with a festival entirely dedicated to all things beer and bratwurst. "Das ist gut ya?"
December - Hogmanay. George Square is one of the best places in the UK to party on New Years Eve. Big name live acts take to the stage.

Top of the Shops

Best Shops in Glasgow

Glasgow is definitely a shopper's paradise. As well as all the usual suspects lining the high street there are some fantastic independent boutiques, designers and vintage shops off the beaten track that are well worth hunting down.
Glasgow Vintage Co - If you like your style with a cool hint of yesteryear Glasgow Vintage and packed full of funky retro and vintage clothes and jewellery. One of our favourite places to visit. 453 Greatt Western Rd
Princess Square - This 19th century former warehouse has been transformed into a chic mall with designer boutiques and luxury beauty goods. 48 Buchanana St
Rowdy Roddy Vintage - This brilliantly quirky boutique specialises in vintage and retro clothes and goodies for kids. It's actually impossible to go in there without saying "ahhh so sweet" at least once. Try it. 21 Dowanhill St
Buchanan Galleries - You'll find all the regular high street names and big brands at the city centre's largest mall. 220 Buchanan St
Mr Ben Retro Clothing - Slightly mad as all vintage shops should be, it's chocked full of retro treasure. We absolutely love it! Kings Court

Girls About Town - Getting around Glasgow...

Glasgow has a great bus network throughout the city and also an underground rail system. You can gain access to both, using Day Tickets, ZoneCards or SmartCards which give you unlimited travel over a set time frame.
If you want to get your Glasgow hen party a little more actively mobile then you can hop on a Next Bike. These are public bikes which can be picked up and dropped off at bike stations throughout the city.


Hen Days

Glasgow is perfectly mad in the best possible way, which makes it an ideal location for fun loving hens. From Dance Classes to Cocktail Mixing, High Ropes to Highland Games you can create the perfect hen party for you. Sit and relax with a spot of Afternoon Tea or enjoy a naked model at a cheeky Life Drawing class, the world is your lobster! See more...

Hen Nights

If you didn't already know that Glasgow is without doubt one of the best cities in the UK to party, then where have you been?!? The bars, clubs and restaurants in the city centre are fabulous and easy to find. To create a little more Glasgow hen party madness you can add a few extras to your weekend such as Hunky Hen Hosts to help you get ready for a night out in style, a Scottish themed Murder Mystery, raise a glass or two over Dinner or have a laugh at a Comedy Club or Pub Treasure Hunt. There are plenty more ‘Weegie' hen night options to choose from...

Reasons to Visit Glasgow for your hen do
  1. 1. Buzzing Buchanan Street, with a wealth of popular shops
  2. 2. Great annual festivals, including the West End Festival
  3. 3. Fantastic range of art exhibitions and galleries
  4. 4. The Barras, a lively flea market where you can rummage for shiny trinkets
  5. 5. The alfresco restaurants and bars on Ashton Lane

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It's time for a hen party in Glasgow!

Rough and tough Glasgow has witnessed something of a cultural revolution in recent years, undergoing a huge metamorphosis. The run-down, industrial style city has well and truly gone, regenerating in to a cool central hub of culture. The city hasn't completely lost its edge though - the nightlife is thriving and colourful, dominated by loud bars and energetic nightclubs. Between that and the massive selection of activities available, Glasgow is the perfect destination for an unforgettable Scottish hen do.

Why: Why should you have a Glasgow hen do?

The fourth biggest city in the UK, Glasgow has a lot to offer in the hen party stakes - it might not be Scotland's capital, but in terms of bars and shops, it outshines its rival Scottish neighbour by a considerable amount. The nightlife is by far the best in the north, with well-established, raucous bars and pubs, locals that know how to party hard, and an electric music scene - it's a UNESCO city of music. If you're working to a budget on the hen do, Glasgow is also a brilliantly economical option. With pints from as little £2 and spirits and mixers around from £1.50, you're not going to need to save up too much for a fantastic night out. Things are only set to get even better in the future, too - with Glasgow the next host of the Commonwealth Games, the city's profile is on the rise, and the arts, shopping and entertainment scene is only going to grow. If you're hoping for a fantastic night out, a Glasgow hen do has plenty to offer every hen group.

What: What can you do on a hen party in Glasgow?

Glasgow is (obviously) a city - and as one of the biggest cities in the country, it's got a lot of options for girls on a big night out. The clubs are banging, the bars are cheap, and the Scots really know how to party - a great night out is guaranteed. It's not all about drinking though. Glasgow is far more than a one note wonder, it's got a humungous amount going on all day long. There's plenty of surrounding Scottish countryside providing a stunning backdrop to the city, and giving you plenty of exhilarating outdoor options for hens who like to get some fresh air and their lungs working. There's plenty going on in the city centre too, from dancing lessons to pampering sessions to more unusual selections like free running or virtual warfare. It's often popular to try something active in the morning, like a dance class or a motorsport, to get everyone wide awake and energised, take a few hours afterwards for a lazy lunch and some shopping and sightseeing, and then trying some cocktail making or vodka tasting in the evening to get you all in the party mood - before you hop on a boogie bus and head to a club, naturally!

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When: The best times to visit for a hen party in Glasgow

As an up-and-coming tourist destination, Glasgow is busy all year round with sightseers, shopaholics, visitors and - of course - hens. As such there's a great range of events taking place all year round, so whenever you and the girls head up to Glasgow you're in for a great time. You could visit in February for the Glasgow Film Festival or in March for the Glasgow Music Fair. In June there's the West End Festival and the Glasgow International Jazz Festival before September brings Proms in the Park. The activities are equally good year round - as a city destination, there's plenty to do indoors and out throughout the seasons.

Shop: Glasgow shopping areas & recommendations

Glasgow is one of Scotland's best shopping cities, with a fantastic range of shops from luxurious to outlet to huge shopping centres. Pay a visit to the Buchanan Galleries, Glasgow's newest shopping centre, which has a great range of 80 high-street shops including H&M, Mango and Next, or if you're feeling peckish take a trip to the St Enoch shopping centre which has Scotland's largest food court with over 850 seats! Prince's Square is the place to head for a fashionable, elegant shopping experience, with designer names, exclusive boutiques and cool bars - or for something a bit glitzy head to Argyll Arcade, a covered street with 32 fabulous jewellers.

How: How do you get to Glasgow?

Glasgow is one of the most important cities in Scotland, so it's very easy to get in. There are two airports in the city, but chances are good that Glasgow International is the one you want; closer to the city and with plenty of flights in from around the UK. If you don't fancy flying in, there are trains running to Glasgow from all around Scotland, as well as plenty from further down south as well - though if you're coming up from England, it's worth booking well in advance because the trains aren't cheap. If you'd prefer the budget option, and don't mind a longer journey, long distance coaches can be got from some of the major UK cities.