Five hen do activities in London

14 Jun 2016

Live it up in London with these top five hen do activities from Last Night of Freedom

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London is iconic. It’s bold, brash and bubbling with fabulous things to see and do - it’s an unrivalled hen do hotspot. You’ll be seriously spoilt for choice with fantastic activities, so Last Night of Freedom are rounding up their top picks, to give you some inspiration. Here’s to an unforgettable hen party in The Big Smoke…

1. Afternoon tea river cruise

Nothing screams style and sophistication like a river cruise on the iconic Thames. But, don’t let your celebrations end there – why not treat yourselves to a sumptuous afternoon tea whist you’re at it? With dainty, mouthwatering delicacies, to a backdrop of entertainment from a solo pianist – you’ll feel like VIPs from the off. This is a truly unique way to relax and sightsee on your hen weekend.


2. Olympic white water rafting

Chilled out and luxurious activities are all very well, but sometimes you need a blood-pumping, adrenaline-fuelled activity to really get your hen party spirits high. Used in the London 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games, the £31 million Lee Valley White Water Centre is the perfect spot to ride a few rapids, and learn a thing or two about rafting at the same time.


3. Spa day at Grange St Pauls 

You and the girls want to be spoilt rotten, in opulent luxury on your hen weekend – and, the gorgeous Ajala Spa in Grange St Pauls will offer you just that. With a Turkish Hammam, huge swimming pool, sauna, steam and aromatherapy rooms, a tranquil relaxation lounge, as well as a massive range of specialist treatments on offer – this 5-star haunt is the place to be.


4. Theatre tickets

It would be a crime to visit London and not take a trip down the world renowned West End. You’ll be dazzled by the sheer grandeur of the huge range of venues, and utterly spellbound by the productions themselves - from Mamma Mia, Matilda and Wicked, to Kinky Boots, Jersey Boys and The Lion King – you’ll laugh, cry and sing along to your favourite award-winning shows.


5. Canal Boat Cocktail Cruise

Whilst partying in London, you’ll want to see all the sights and sounds that the fabulous capital has to offer. But, of course, everyone knows it’s just not a hen do without a cocktail class. So, why not indulge with the perfect activity – a canal boat cocktail cruise. Setting off from Kings Cross, you’ll travel through the longest tunnel on the canal network, sail down Regent's Canal and take in all of the gorgeous views – and make some seriously swanky cocktails.


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