Glasgow Hen Party GuidePosted by Alec on November 8 2013.
Glasgow Hen Party Guide
Our Glasgow Hen Party Guide is here to help take the stress out of planning. Hen parties are drawn to Glasgow for its historic culture, fine dining and brilliant nightlife.
You will do well to beat a Scottish person at partying, but you can sure give it a go! Start your hen night in Glasgow with a Polestars Cocktail Making Session to really set the mood for the rest of the evening.
Glasgow hen party Guide – Shopping
Princess Square is an ideal spot to find all of your favourite high street shops, where you are sure to find that perfect outfit for your big night out! For a more unique shopping experience why not try taking a look around Glasgow Barrowland Weekend Market? Barrowland Market is over a century old and its deep roots in Glasgow’s history are well noted!
The market has been voted as one of Glasgow’s top tourist attractions and is situated in the heart of Glasgow. If you want to find a unique bargain then Barrowland Market is a definite must see when visiting to Glasgow for your hen weekend.
Glasgow hen party Guide – Nightlife
Glasgow is well known for its night life. It is not difficult to find a trendy club or bar in Glasgow, but really when visiting you should try some of the more traditional pubs! The city is steeped in pubs that offer a fine selection of local beers and whiskies.
To really get the party started, why not take part in a dance lesson in the late afternoon? Glasgow hens love our Pole Dance and Dirty Dancing parties – they’re the perfect place to learn a few moves to bust out on the dance floor later!
Glasgow hen party Guide – Eating Out
There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from in Glasgow but The Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery is by far one of the best. The Buttery is one of the oldest surviving eateries in Glasgow and now has an outstanding menu since it has been taken over by The Two Fat Ladies franchise. With a gourmet, yet simple, menu The Buttery is an excellent choice. The restaurant takes large bookings, has and amazing wine list (which is always important) and is very reasonably priced!
Another great restaurant that must be visited is Fanny Trollopes Bistro. Like most must see sites in Glasgow, Fanny Trollopes is steeped in history. The restaurant takes the name of a mislead Brazilian girl who arrived in Glasgow in the 1920s when her and her twin sister flee Brazil to escape arranged marriages. Here they meet their future husbands and wowed Glasgow with their mysterious Brazilian ways.
Glasgow hen party Guide – Alternative Activities
Most hen nights end in a boozy fashion, so why not start your day off that way? In actual fact the Glengoyne Distillery is not only boozy but interesting and stunning at the same time. The reasonably priced tours of the Glengoyne Distillery are a must do when coming to Glasgow.
The knowledgeable staff will take you around the distillery while you taste same of the finest Scotch whisky there is to offer. You will not only learn how to taste whisky, but you will also take in Scottish culture and history in every sip that you take!