Oxford Hen Party GuidePosted by Alec on November 7 2013.
Oxford Hen Party Guide
This Oxford hen party guide will give you all you need to know about having a hen party in Oxford whether you’re a local or just here for the day!
Oxford is famous for representing everything that is quintessentially British. Dreamy, gothic architecture dominate its bustling roads and skyline, giving the city a timeless feel, while its trendy and cosmopolitan residents ensure the city stays with the times.
Oxford Hen Party Guide – Shopping
Home to the oldest covered market in England, Oxford shopping focuses on unique independent brands and unusual little boutiques. Exploring the market will uncover some of Oxford’s best hidden gems such as beautiful florists, traditional chocolateries and delightful homemade cake shops. If cupcakes really are your thing, our cupcake decorating hen party will be sure to satisfy you.
Oxford Hen Party Guide – Eating Out
You can’t visit Oxford without stopping in at the Atomic Burger. A fabulously kitsch homage to old Americana diners, it dishes up American size portions with sci fi twists on your standard burger and fries – a slightly weird combo but it definitely works. If that isn’t quite what you had in mind then have a look at Chiang Mai – Oxford’s premier Thai restaurant.
Oxford Hen Party Guide – Nightlife
One of Oxford’s most sophisticated clubs has become even more exclusive after recent refurbishments. The Bridge is the place to see and be seen with deluxe cocktails and premium spirits served as standard. Another great venue is Roppongi where the oriental design lends an exotic feel without being trashy.
Oxford Hen Party Guide – Alternative Activities
Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum is not your traditional museum – it’s a true cabinet of curiosities. With weird and wonderful artifacts around every corner, you’ll be amazed at the beautiful, fascinating and and downright bizarre objects on display! When staying in Oxford it is impossible to ignore any of Oxford’s amazing architecture and scenery. The university itself is an amazing site, with many of the buildings open to the public. For keen art viewers the Christ Church Picture Gallery is not to be missed! The emphasis is on 14th – 18th Century art, particularly relevant to Oxford as this is when the City’s main structures were built. If you enjoy history then why not take a step back in time at one of our vintage makover and photoshoot hen party!
Oxford Hen Party Guide – Entertainment
The Creation Theatre Company is a totally unique theatre experience that seeks out places in Oxford that have never been used for theatre before and brings them to life. They bring the magic of theatre to places all around Oxford where you’d least expect it! For some seriously relaxed sightseeing, get on board a river cruise and discover a whole new side to the city.
For further information to help you plan your Oxford hen party why not try the Visit Oxford site?