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Big, Bright & Beachy!

A Brighton hen do is big, bold and always bouncing. It's a vibrant party city with all the benefits of being by the beach. Avoid the planning hassle and get the help of GoHen today to guarantee a memorable celebration!

Perks with GoHen...

Book it all in one place
No need to chase the gals
As everyone pays for themselves

How It Works

You Pick

Pick from 100s of fab activity and accommodation options.

We Sort

We'll arrange the whole event, and you take all the credit! Book it with a small £50 deposit.

You Party!

Enjoy a memorable weekend you'll all be talking about for years to come!

Create Your Hen!
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Brighton Menu

Brighton Hen Do Guide

10 of the Best Things to Do on a Brighton Hen Do

  1. Alcotraz Prison Cocktail Experience - the ultimate cocktail adventure.
  2. Bottomless Brunch - free-flowing prosecco in a 4-star hotel.
  3. Pole Dancing Lessons - strut your stuff in this seductive session.
  4. Cocktail Mixing - craft some stunning cocktails before that big night out!
  5. Mobile Pamper Party - detox before the retox with this pampering sesh.
  6. Inflatable Games - turn up the chaos on the bride's big Brighton weekend.
  7. Afternoon Tea - enjoy a relaxing and downright delicious afternoon tea.
  8. Burlesque Dancing - learn the sultry art of burlesque in fun and fab masterclass.
  9. Life Drawing - a hen favourite for a reason: it's hilarious!
  10. Bubble Mayhen - bounce the bride into oblivion in this fast-paced activity.

Head to our Brighton hen activities page now for a full rundown of the best Brighton hen adventures.

Best Brighton Hen Do Ideas

Where to Party in Brighton

Brighton is well-known for its party scene.

From pubs to bars to beachside cocktail joints, there's plenty to keep the party pumping.

Brighton's Party Zones

  • The Lanes - The Lanes is the maze of side streets sandwiched between the beachfront and North Laine. This place is packed with vibrant bars, independent places, chain pubs and local boozers. West Street is full of hen-friendly bars you'll recognise, and you'll be a short stroll from some of the best clubs in the city.
  • The Beachfront - Along the road that separates The Lanes and the beachfront (the A259), loads of clubs line the streets. There's a large concentration in and around the Pier, too, which is just a short walk away.

For the best, stress-free nights out, book your big night out through GoHen.

We only work with bars and clubs that allow hen parties, so you won't have to worry about being turned away at the door.

Check out our Brighton hen nights page for more info.

Where to Eat in Brighton

  • The Lanes - As well as all the bars and pubs, there are plenty of eateries where you can grab a bite to eat in the Lanes. We're talking breakfast, lunch and dinner here.
  • North Laine - Just north of The Lanes is the North Laine district that has a load of options for you and your group as well as some cracking shopping spots.

Quickfire Brighton FAQs

Is Brighton Good for a Hen Do?

Brighton is constantly amongst our top five most popular destinations. Why? Well, it has everything you need for an unforgettable celebration. Massive nights out, cracking activities, great bars, every restaurant you can think of... it has it all! It's even better than a lot of UK cities as it has a beach as well as a load of coastal experiences to take on and conquer.

When's the Best Time of Year to Visit Brighton?

Being a coastal destination, Brighton comes alive in the warm summer months. However, it's a cracking place to visit all year round thanks to its incredible bars, restaurants, shops, activities and more.

Where to Stay on a Brighton Hen?

That depends on what you're looking for.

If you want to be in the centre of the action, ready to take the nightlife by storm, we've got plenty of hotels and houses that tick that box.

If you're looking for a bit of space with an outdoor area where you can jump in the hot tub and get the BBQ going, we can sort that too.

Head to our Brighton accommodation page for the latest lowdown on the best places to stay on your big weekend away.

Things to Do on a Brighton Weekend

  • Hit the Beach - Yes, you can't go to Brighton and not spend some time down on the beach. Grab an ice cream or enjoy a quiet cocktail as you enjoy the warm summer sun.
  • Brighton Pier - With a load of attractions, bars, cafés and more, Brighton Pier is a must-visit for a couple of hours.
  • North Laine Shops - If you're after a spot of retail therapy, North Laine has some great independent boutiques and The Lanes also has a load of great shops to browse.
  • Sightsee from the i360 - Raised 162 metres high, this cracking viewing platform gives you 360-degree panoramic views of this stunning seaside city. Read more about the i360 flight and add it to your weekend today - you won't regret it.
  • Royal Pavilion - A wonderful photo opp. The photogenic Royal Pavilion makes for the ideal backdrop to that squad photo. The perfect picture for the perfect memory of this amazing weekend away.

Brighton Hen Do Reviews

Want to know what other hens thought about their south coast celebrations?

Check out our hen reviews page and see what some of our past customers had to say.

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Getting to Brighton


  • London to Brighton - Approx 2 hours (80 miles)
  • Bristol to Brighton - Approx 3 hours (170 miles)
  • Birmingham to Brighton - Approx 3 hours (180 miles)
  • Liverpool to Brighton - Approx 5 hours (270 miles)


  • London to Brighton - Approx 1 hour
  • Bristol to Brighton - Approx 3 hours
  • Birmingham to Brighton - Approx 2.5-3 hours
  • Liverpool to Brighton - Approx 4 hours


For any hens flying down, the closest airport is London Gatwick.

Gatwick Airport is south of London and will take about 40 minutes to get to Brighton via bus.

What a breeze.

Getting Around Brighton

The centre of Brighton is pretty compact and you'll be able to walk around with ease.

If your accommodation is slightly further out, there are plenty of local taxis and bus routes which are a doddle to use.

Quickfire Brighton FAQs

Is Brighton expensive for a night out?

Let's just say that Brighton has been too amazing for its own good. Because it's such a popular city with tourists and partiers alike, prices for a night out have risen slightly. However, this does not mean that you have to compromise on your hen party. Be sure to look for deals, enjoy some drinks at your accommodation before heading out, and take the hassle out of the evening by booking your night out with GoHen.

What is the best month to go to Brighton?

Besides the obvious July and August, we'd suggest considering May, June and September too. You'd still get the warm weather and plenty of fun outdoor activities, but the prices are more affordable outside of the tourist season's peak.

How do I get to Brighton from London?

London Gatwick International Airport is 26 minutes away by train and 35 minutes away on the road from Brighton. You can also take the Brighton Main Line (or South-Central Main Line) which links the city to central London.

What to do during the day in Brighton on a hen weekend?

You can spend an entire day strolling across the coast and Brighton Pier while appreciating a drink under the blazing sun. Pass some time around The Lanes floating around a chain of boutiques, vintage shops, art galleries and funky coffee houses and soak in the unique atmosphere. We also have an incredible range of activities to help get the hilarity started and keep it pumping.

How many days should I spend in Brighton?

According to the GoHen stats machine, two-thirds (64%) of our hens heading to Brighton booked for 3+ days in 2023. Why? Well, not only does this give them time to enjoy a couple of nights out, but there's enough time to explore the city, soak up the sun on the beach, and take on a load of fantastic activities.

How to Book Your Brighton Weekend

Booking a Brighton hen do solo can be an absolute nightmare.

But, with GoHen, we can remove all the stress and make the planning process fun!

Not only do we have some of the best activities, nightlife options and accommodation on the market, but we make booking so so so easy.

  • It's free to enquire
  • You'll have your very own Brighton Hen Specialist to bounce ideas off
  • You can book your event with one small deposit
  • Pay in easy instalments
  • And all the hens pay individually
  • So you don't have to chase!

Don't miss out.

Send your Brighton hen enquiry today and we'll get to work building the unforgettable celebration.

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To read more about what this means for you, head to our ABTA page for a complete rundown of who they are and what they do.

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