Brilliant Brighton Stag Weekends
Alehouses, continental style bars, and a huge variety of clubs make Brighton the ideal destination for a stag weekend. Explore the beach, one of Brighton's many attractions or get your adrenaline pumping with a stag activity.
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From the world famous Royal palace to one of the most popular piers in the country, there are hundreds of activities in Brighton that will keep your stag group interested and entertained whatever the weather, and whatever the season. Brighton is a city that is open year round. So if you require a little culture and a lot of fun for your stag weekend then Brighton has plenty to go around.
Pubs, Pubs and More Pubs
Brighton isn’t short on pubs. In fact, there are over 400 pubs in Brighton – you could go on a ten bar pub crawl every night for two weeks and you’d still not have visited them all! If it’s a lesson in fine ales and craft beers you’re after, a visit to Craft Beer Co or The North Laine is essential or you can arrange a tasting session to get you in the mood. For a more traditional pub environment, you can head down to the Fiddler’s Elbow or The Great Eastern. Though the price of a pint can be pretty steep, the cost of a stag weekend in Brighton is made up for with the energetic and vibrant atmosphere.
Brighton is full to the brim with live event opportunities. If you’re a fan of the arts you might consider hosting the stag do during Brighton Fringe. It’s held over four weeks and is England’s largest arts festivals that brings wonderful and weird creativity from all over the world to one beautiful location. Outside of the Fringe Festival, Brighton is home to a huge variety of exciting premier entertainment venues. If you want to laugh your socks off, book yourselves into a comedy night – just don’t get too close to the front if you don’t want to be part of the act! For an authentic live music experience and an electrifying atmosphere, you’ll want to head to renowned seaside venue Concorde 2 or Sticky Mike's.
Brighton Brunches & Fine Food
You’ll find no shortage of mouth watering, tongue tingling food for your hungry stag group in Brighton – there are more restaurants per head in Brighton than anywhere else in the UK outside of London. If you’ve had a heavy night in the pubs, bars and clubs, you’ll be wanting a hearty brunch to put you right. The Breakfast Club has all of the bacon, sausages and pancakes to see you back to your regular self. Some of the best places to eat lunch/dinner are the traditional pubs located on every street – gourmet burgers galore! Or arrange a bottomless brunch for a hearty meal and some beers to get you in the party spirit early on.
It’s highly likely that your stag group is going to contain some football fanatics. You’ll be pleased to know Brighton is full of sports bars for your daily fix – catch up on the scores over a couple of pints, a game of pool and a round of darts. If you’re after something a little more atmospheric, book your tickets to a local Brighton & Hove Albion football match at the AMEX Stadium!
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A mixture of games from our favourite TV show will bring out your competitive side! Slip, slide, duck and dive in our mini-games and compete among yourselves and other stag groups.
What not to miss whilst on your Brighton Stag Party:
1) What's up beaches
You can't visit Brighton without seeing the sea, whether you are basking in the sun, eating at one of the seaside cafe's or partying in one of the beach bars.
2) Royal Pavilion
The pavilion is located at the bottom of the high street, just a few minutes from the pier. Built in 1787 as a seaside resort for George, the Prince of Wales.
3) British Airways i360
One of Brighton's newest attractions, the i360 opened in 2016 and is Europe's tallest observation tower! Soak up 360-degree views across the South East.
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