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Non Alcoholic Hen Do Ideas

Planning a hen party, but don’t want alcohol as the main attraction? Whether you are a teetotaller, on a cleanse, or just don’t fancy booze, you are not alone. New data shows a quarter of women aged 25-34 don’t drink alcohol – with that figure almost doubling in younger Brits. Matt Mavir, Managing Director of hen and stag do supplier Last Night of Freedom agrees. “We’ve seen a huge boom in bookings for more holistic activities like yoga and dance classes. Groups seem far more interested in being active rather than spending all night on a bar crawl.”

Looking for alcohol free hen do ideas? Check out our seven best below:

  1. Explore the Outdoors
  2. Wellness Retreat
  3. Hit a Beach Town
  4. Get on the Water
  5. Take a Class
  6. Go for High Tea
  7. Murder Mystery Dinner

Explore the Outdoors

Whether you're seeking a challenging hike, a leisurely stroll through nature's wonders, or a delightful exploration of charming villages, pack your bags and head straight to the Lake District. For an insider’s take, make sure to check out Wanderlust's ultimate guide.

Wellness Retreat

Break free from the chaos of everyday life and treat the bride-to-be to a blissful wellness day. Sink into calming yoga poses, let the vibrations of a sound bath wash over you, and find inner peace through meditation. Release tension with a relaxing massage, give your skin a radiant glow with a rejuvenating facial, and treat your body to the luxurious exfoliation of a revitalizing body scrub. Stressed out hens, rejoice!

Hit a Beach Town

Located on the north coast of Kent, Whitstable is a charming and laid-back seaside town known for its tranquil atmosphere and beautiful pebble beaches. Enjoy leisurely walks along the beach, explore the town's independent boutiques and art galleries, or indulge in delicious seafood at the local restaurants. Check out TimeOut’s perfect day.

Get on the Water

Have an adventurous bride squad? Look no further than the enchanting waters of Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, and the legendary River Spey. Paddle your way through pristine landscapes, surrounded by breathtaking scenery that will leave you in awe. Whether you're a seasoned kayaker or a first-timer, these locations cater to all skill levels, ensuring an enjoyable experience for everyone.

Take a Class

Unleash your tribe’s creativity and embrace in the joy of exploring new experiences. Our top hen do activities are below:
- Create your own lipstick or lip gloss colour for the big day at Brighton’s Chelsie Lane Custom Cosmetics.
- Learn the art of flower arranging at Frog in Manchester or In Bloom & Co in Leamington.
- For something out of the ordinary, learn how to swing through the air at London’s Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze School.
- Unleash your inner pop star! Last Night of Freedom offers a range of dance classes inspired by iconic artists like Beyoncé, Britney Spears, and the Spice Girls. From fierce routines to catchy tunes, these classes are held in various locations across the UK.

Go for High Tea

Get dressed to the nines and indulge in an array of delicious savory and sweet treats, all while sipping away on your favourite tea. If you’re in London, Sketch and the Savoy are absolute musts.

Murder Mystery Dinner

Whether you're looking to dine at a bucket-list restaurant, host an intimate gathering at your own flat, or even venture to a countryside manor, this non-alcoholic hen do idea will transport you to a world of mystery and movie-like thrills. Check out The Murder Mystery Company in Edinburgh and Murder 57 throughout the UK.

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