Hen's Guide to

As far as crazy hen party destinations go, Liverpool is well and truly up there. Paved with high quality bars, upmarket clubs and trendy drinking quarters – you better get your Scouse brows on fleek, before heading out for a wild one in Liverpool.


Concert Square / Wood Street / Fleet Street

If you’re choosing an area to start, and end, any big night – Concert Square would be it. Alive from around 7pm, all the way to 4am, every night of the week – this area is renowned for attracting an under 30s crowd. Ink Bar is Wood Street’s resident cool kid, with sleek, exposed-girders and ornate chandeliers inside, and you can even get inked (no, really) whilst partying here. If the disco, Motown and high energy club bangers don’t lure you in, the huge cocktail and champagne list definitely will.

Three tiled images of a woman holding fire sticks, people carrying a car in a bar and people carrying sparklers with bottles of spirits

Located in Concert Square itself, industrial-chic Soho bar is a little slice of the madcap capital, in the heart of Liverpool. When it comes to cocktails, Soho bar does it best – and, with two cocktails for £12, the prices aren’t too shabby either. A gem on lively Fleet Street, Black Rabbit, is one of the newest additions to the Concert Square hotspot. Decked out with fancy booths and blasting old-school anthems on the dancefloor, you can indulge all of your guilty pleasures here. And that’s not all – Black Rabbit sells every shot you could possibly dream of (in huge quantities). Catch him if you can…

Hardman Street

Hardman Street is one of the key routes into Liverpool city centre, and has long been a haunt for pubs, bars and restaurants. Recently renovated, the busy thoroughfare is now alive with up-and-coming watering holes, big clubs, and rife with hen parties from across the UK.

Three tiled images of bars and live music in Liverpool's Hardman Street

Hardman Street is home to The Florist Bar & Restaurant, which with décor such as a floor to ceiling blossom tree and old-fashioned looking lanterns, is super cute and certainly instagrammable. It also has a ton of fruity cocktails such as Rhubarb In Bloom, Raspberry Rose Sour and Watermelon Dreams, perfect for those with a sweet tooth.

Albert Dock

As the perfect backdrop to any hen night out, the famous Albert Dock has restaurants, bars and nightclubs aplenty. Located in the Grade I listed Britannia Pavilion, PANAM Bar, formerly housing the iconic Richard and Judy’s This Morning programme – boasts fabulous views of Albert Dock, a huge drinks list and sensational offers such as bottomless brunch and mouthwatering three course Sunday lunches.

Three tiled images of pirate themed drinks and food in Smuggler's Cove in Albert Docks

Amid the twinkling lights of the Dock, Revolution, on the banks of the River Mersey, is everything you’d expect from a high-end Revs. Boasting a huge range of drinks (including their renowned shot trays and cocktails) at discounted prices, all to a backdrop of the sun setting over the iconic Docks – Revolution’s sky booths are the ideal place to kick off those hen party celebrations.

The Botanist is also well worth checking out. This flower-themed bar has lots of green plants decorating the place and lots of seating both indoors, and outdoors overlooking Albert Dock. This is a fab place to grab a cocktail as they have a huge range of signature cocktails, as well as all the classics we know and love.

Mathew Street / Stanley Street / Gay Village

Known the world over as the location of Cavern Club (where The Beatles famously performed many times in their early days), Mathew Street draws locals and visitors in their thousands. The street even features a mural tribute sculpture to those ‘four lads who shook the world’. Still going strong to this day, Cavern Club exhibits the legacy of The Beatles and takes visitors on a ‘magical mystery tour’ of the bands heritage, as well as showcasing other established, or up-and-coming bands. Inspired by the jazz districts of Paris, its cosy – and surprisingly spacious - vault-like interiors have retro posters lining the exposed-brick walls, and a whole lot of history under its belt. You can’t leave the city without a visit here.

Three tiled images clubs in Liverpool, with retro posters on the wall of Cavern Club

The Navy Bar is one of the most iconic gay venues in the whole city. Newly refurbished, this club draws in the best drag and LGBT crowds – for a huge night of flamboyancy, extravagant outfits and DJs you’ll never forget. Another long-running hub of Liverpool’s gay nightlife is Superstar Boudoir. Head down the steep, narrow stairwell to the secret den of strobe lights, drag queen hostesses and banging chart smash hits. We recommend catching a hilarious drag cabaret show whilst you’re at it. When celebrating your hen party in the Gay Village, you can’t pass GBar. Open ‘til late (7am on Saturdays), this is Liverpool’s leading gay bar with over twenty years of experience. Voted amongst the best after hour clubs by MIXMAG clubbing magazine, the electro and dance music will lure you in and make that morning after hangover so worthwhile.

Right der laa, if lively Liverpool sounds like your sort of hen do destination, check out the bespoke weekends we have on offer on our Liverpool hen weekends page to see the mint Liverpool hen activities and Liverpool hen accommodation you can choose from.

Have a look at our Liverpool Hen Do Guide for even more inspiration on Liverpool nightlife.

Hen Do Activities in Liverpool

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*We take pride in our work and all of the information in the guide was correct at the time of publication - 07/03/2024. Probably.

About the Author

A graduate in ‘Drama and Scriptwriting’, Hannah is a comedy nerd that loves to write, travel, party and try new things. She’s been to twenty of LNOF’s locations and is looking forward to visiting many more. Hannah has taken part in lots of activity testing with LNOF from beer bikes to axe throwing to escape rooms to go karting. She’s also stayed in many of LNOF’s accommodation options, so she knows what’s good. As well as copywriting, Hannah has had many plays produced professionally and has written/performed comedy sketches for BBC Newcastle. She also won the Hunter Davies Young Writers Award for her piece of travel writing.

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