Consider the sun and fun in Bournemouth for your hen party weekend. There are seven miles of sun and water to enjoy. It used to be a Victorian resort that was visited by famous authors Thomas Hardy and DH Lawrence; today, it is a modern town with much to offer on your hen do!
Since Bournemouth is a fairly small town you should be able to get to almost everything by walking. For traveling into Bournemouth for your hen do, you can take a 2-hour train ride from London, leaving from Waterloo Station. This makes planning your hen party easy, since you will not have to worry about transportation and gives you more time to enjoy your Hen Do in Bournemouth. If you prefer to travel via public transport, there are buses that will take you wherever you need to go in Bournemouth for £5, which give unlimited riding for the entire night of your hen party.
Must See/Must Do:
• Take a ride on the Bournemouth Eye
• Spend the day on the beach
• Take a yoga class on the sand
• Learn to kite board
• Go on a canoe excursion during your Hen Do in Bournemouth
• Take a trip to the Oceanarium
History and Culture:
The houses on the ocean were first built in 1812 and the town of Bournemouth has been growing ever since. There was a great increase in population in 1841. Later on in the nineteenth century, there was a spa hotel built. This hotel advertised its healing water, supposedly capable of healing its visitors. The town of Bournemouth has been made famous by various authors, including Thomas Hardy and Roald Dahl. In addition, some of these same authors have lived in Bournemouth, including Oscar Wilde and Robert Louis Stevenson.
There are many places to shop in the downtown area, so take a walk around to see what you can find. There are jewellers and antique shops sure to offer up fun finds. Nearby, browse high-end fashion in Westbourne. Whatever you desire, a Hen Do in Bournemouth will deliver.
One of the main attractions in Bournemouth is its nightlife. There are many clubs and bars to visit during your hen do, so do not worry about having fun when the sun goes down. If you go to one of the many bars or clubs in Bournemouth and find it isn’t your thing, just go to the next. The choices make the nightlife incredible. There is something there for everybody and every hen party mood.
Eating & Drinking:
There are many fine places to eat in Bournemouth. If you are in search for fun dining, check out Charminster or Boscombe. For fine dining, head to West Beach for the best in steak and surf!