Durham Hen Weekend Guide
Hen Weekends Durham - This charming city of Durham pushes many cities into oblivion as far as its popularity quotient as a hen weekend destination is considered. Famous for its Norman castle, cathedral and the Durham University, this city spreads out a wide canvas for you to craft an unforgettable hen weekend.
Bring in innovative themes and ideas to bring glam and glitter to your weekend. There are many interesting things to do and see in Durham; from the horse race to its vibrant market places and its quaint streets heavily punctuated with as many as 630 heritage listed buildings and monuments. The theatre buffs should make a stopover at Gala theatre and the Millennium place development to get the pulse of the latest comedy and musical shows; while the Walkergate area, sprinkled with cafes and bars is ideal to watch the life go by over a cup of steaming coffee!
There are many activities from quad biking to archery and paintball to have a day filled with fun and frolic. A game of treasure hunt or murder mystery would be a perfect group activity where you can firm up the bonds of friendship. With sunset the innumerable pubs and clubs of Durham springs to life. Watch the heavenly sight of the reflection of a thousand lights of the illuminated clubs in River Wear that multiply the mesmerizing sight manifold. Hit the dance floor and waltz all night with wine and dining options completing the picture of the most ethereal hen weekend you ever had.
If you still crave for more fun, hop into the party express for a great "Ladies Night" out, which takes you to some of the most hip and hyped locations of Durham. You will not be able to take off your glance from the muscular macho men who pamper you with the choicest meals along with a heady mix of comedy show and caricature. Sign off the night in style with a stunning performance of a male erotic dancer!
The dashing destination of Durham is sure to win hands down with oodles of charisma and terrific appeal as your most favourite hen weekend destination.