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Cambridge Hen Party & Hen Do Weekend Activities

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Cambridge Hen Weekends


 

One of the UK's most attractive and lauded cities, Cambridge is also one of the country's most visited destinations. Consequently and...

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ned with the age number of students it's very well set up for leisure and entertainment, no bad thing for our hen weekend visitors. On top of the fun and quality there are a range of quality hen weekend activities to keep you and the boys entertained.


 


Getting Around:


 


Cambridge is not a city for driving as parking costs are very high and automatic bollards lower to let public transport and emergency services through but could damage any unauthorised vehicle travelling too close behind. The city is compact enough to walk around, so buses shouldn't be needed. The train station is not very central therefore a bus will probably be needed on arrival into the city. Pedestrians are asked to be aware of cyclists as they commonly ride on shared pavement space. There are plenty of places to lock up bikes, though make sure they're locked well as bicycle theft is rife. Must See ' Punt down the River Cam ' Stroll through the picturesque parks that make up The Backs, gardens behind the Colleges ' Take a guided tour of Cambridge University ' Watch outdoor Shakespeare in summer ' Catch the next John Cleese in Footlights comedy troupe at the ADC ' Dance to top DJs at popular club Fez ' Drink at the water-side pub Granta located on the terrace


 


History&Culture


 


Cambridge is well known for its deep culture and history stemming from its world renowned University. The city was born when scholars left Oxford after a dispute and established the new university in 1209. Since then, the university has been synonymous with the city itself and you can't really talk about one without the other. Cambridge, steeped in the same depth of history and tradition as its rival, has churned out greats scientist such as Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking and produced more Nobel Prize winners than any other institution. The scientific legacy continues and today Cambridge is a centre for science and high-tech industry which is known as Silicon Fen coming from the well-known Silicon Valley slant from the United States of America.


 


Night Life:


 


Typical of a student town there are loads of pubs in the city, the most famous being The Eagle ' a favourite since it was established in the 1500s but on the downside its popularity means it's often in Peterborough or Milton Keynes. With this being said the Moroccan-themed Fez has been a popular joint . The night-life in the city is on the quieter side, with the bright lights and banging club tunes Cambridge is a safe bet for a good night out. Alternative club Kambar is a very popular hangout for alternative and indie music lovers. 


 


The town is filled with great bars and clubs for you and your hens to enjoy. Some more great suggestions include: 


 


Kuda - Modern club with boutique styling and a large dance floor, plus VIP booths and a cocktail bar.


 


Lola Lo - Dance club with themed parties 5 nights a week, decked out in hand-carved wood with Tiki booths.


 


Fez Club - Nightclub with Moroccan-themed decor, hosting eclectic weekly nights with music from indie to R&B.


 


Cambridge Hen Do Ideas


 


Cambridge is a great place to spend your hen party. Some of the most popular activities we offer here include: 


 


Cocktail Making Classes - Ever wondered how to make those fancy cocktails? Now is the time to learn all the tricks of the trade and take a few cocktail making moves home with you to show off to your friends! Enjoy a session learning a little bit about the history of cocktail making and the bar tools, before having fun making and creating your own cocktails. Then when all the hard work is complete ' just sit back, relax and enjoy them all! 


 


Spa - For those who just want to switch off and unwind on their hen party! There's no doubt about it - everyone loves to be pampered, so if you fancy getting the VIP treatment and feel like a goddess for the day, then this is the activity for you! Enjoy being massaged and spoilt with everything on hand to make sure that you leave feeling fully refreshed and ready for the rest of your hen party! 


 


Cheerleading – Why not kick off your hen party with something a little cheeky! Cheer Leading is a fast but fun-filled activity ' let the professionals guide you through some of the simple cheer leading moves before moving on to a few of the more advanced combinations. So get your pom poms at the ready and show off your new found skills with a fabulous cheer leading routine! 


 


Pole Dancing - Pole Dancing is now a very popular choice of activity with hen parties and is the latest fitness alternative to aerobics, pilates and the gym for improving muscle tone, flexibility and cardiovascular strength! It's a modern and fun way to keep fit and get in shape. Learn to dance alongside the fully qualified instructors who will teach you pole work beginning with a 'warm up' session before moving on to try pole tricks and some dance routines in an energetic but fun session! Fitness and fun for every women age, shape and size!


 


Food/ Restaurant:


 


Even the meat loving locals love the vegetarian and vegan fare at Rainbow Cafe while fair trade foodies should head for Michaelhouse, a cafe which is housed in a beautifully converted church. For a less expensive choice, Free Press is a hidden gem on Prospect Row and a stand out for pub grub. The food reflect the surroundings with high quality restaurants that cater in a laid back atmosphere and supply high quality food allowing for a great prelim to a boozy night in the many pubs on offer in Cambridge city centre.


 


Wherever you choose to dine in Cambridge you can be sure it will be delicious. Some other suggestions include:


 


Galleria - Contemporary, split-level eatery serving international fusion cuisine, with 2 riverside terraces. 


 


The Cambridge Chop House - Upscale rustic restaurant with an old-school British menu, set in a vaulted cellar dining room. 


 


Midsummer House - Victorian-era, riverside cottage serving elegant French meals at smart tables in a conservatory.


Entertainment:


 


The main sporting events throughout the year are the famous Oxford vs Cambridge matches. These occur over a number of different sports and raise the normally reserved and educated locals to beer guzzling followers of the cause. One of the largest folk music festivals in the UK is held annually in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall on the outskirts of the city. The festival is organized by the city council and has been since its inception in 1964. The Cambridge Summer Music Festival is an annual festival of classical music which is held in the University's colleges and chapels. The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is an eight-week long season of open-air performances showcasing the works of William Shakespeare, held in the gardens of various colleges of the university. Started in 1977 the Cambridge Film Festival was held in July of every year, but was moved to September in 2008 to avoid a clash with the rescheduled Edinburgh Film Festival.  


Sport:


The main sporting events throughout the year are the famous Oxford vs Cambridge matches. These occur over a number of different sports and raise the normally reserved and educated locals to beer guzzling followers of the cause. A large contingent usually make the trip up to Twickenham to watch the rugby match which is a great excuse to try and get one over on the old foe Oxford something that if combined with a hen do could work extremely well! Folk Music. One of the largest folk music festivals in the UK is held annually in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall on the outskirts of the city.


The festival is organized by the city council and has been since its inception in 1964. The Cambridge Summer Music Festival is an annual festival of classical music which is held in the University's colleges and chapels. The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is an eight-week long season of open-air performances showcasing the works of William Shakespeare, held in the gardens of various colleges of the university. Started in 1977 the Cambridge Film Festival was held in July of every year, but was moved to September in 2008 to avoid a clash with the rescheduled Edinburgh Film Festival.

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