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Soak in the culture and fab atmosphere of Belfast for your hen party. Belfast is the capital and largest city in Northern Ireland. It is accessible via a short flight from Ireland into George Best Belfast City Airport or the Belfast International Airport. Keep reading to find out why this location is perfect for you.
If you choose to visit Belfast for your hen party you are in for a treat. With modern and retro pubs scattered around the city you will be spoiled for choice. Visit the cobbled streets of the Cathedral Quarter, the Queens Quarter or the city centre for a variety of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs to choose from.
Fans of 50 Shades Of Grey pay attention. You might even run into Jamie Dornan on you hen party. Originally born in Co. Down, Dornan grew up in the suburbs of Belfast. Bumping into him on a night out may just make your night….or year!
What To Do
If the bride-to-be is an animal lover you could visit the Zoological Gardens. From fierce tigers to cute and cuddly bears (well maybe not so cuddly…), the choice of animals to see is endless. You will also enjoy a thriving music scene that the bride-to-be is sure to love. Irish traditional music is regularly played all around the city in local pubs. If you are visiting in September make sure you check out ‘Belly Laughs’, the famous Belfast International Comedy Festival. This is sure to be a huge hit with the hens. Laughter is the best medicine!
“I’m king of the world!” If the bride-to-be loves the movie Titanic then this is the hen party spot for her ladies! Visit the Titanic museum and transport back to 1912 and learn more about this historical event. You will find many beautiful parks and gardens in Belfast also. This is perfect for a stroll or picnic with the hens when the sun is out. If you fancy a bit of shopping before the festivities begin, visit Victoria Square. Pick up a fab outfit for the night ahead with countless well known shops and boutiques to visit.
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