Top activities for Newcastle Stag Parties
Newcastle is the epitome of stag party locations, renown for stunning bridges, ample activity sites and an unrivalled nightlife scene. Leave it to the Geordies to throw a proper toppa party.
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Newcastle stag do ideas
Newcastle is synonymous with stag parties in this day and age. The city is jam-packed with world-class bars & clubs and stylish city centre accommodation. If you can shake the hangover there's also ample activities to choose from to boost your testosterone levels. Take out your mates in a bubble football or throw some dirt on a quad bike. There's plenty to choose from in Newcastle and our stag coordinators are on hand to guide you through the planning process.
Stuck for choice? Our experts have been on plenty of stag weekends in Newcastle but it comes down to what you and the stag want to get up to on the big weekend. Browse the above activities or give an expert a call on 01273 858206 and we can talk you through the weekend.
Famous for their football and big nights out, Newcastle is every stag's dream destination. However, Newcastle has become much more in recent years and is now a fine cosmopolitan city of art and culture. Worry not, there are still heaps of activity sites around and the Diamond strip will provide you with plenty of options to party at.
We recommend taking it easy on the Friday evening. Chances are, people will be arriving at different times so let everyone know beforehand where and when you're going to meet and then go to a couple of pubs or even visit a casino. Let the lads get to know each other and go through the weekend's itinerary. It might be tricky to keep it calm in Newcastle but you don't want to wake up with a Geordie hangover on the big stag day.
Saturday is where it really warms up. Start your Newcastle stag weekend with a massive breakfast, if you're looking for somewhere in town (toon) we recommend Longhorns (check out the pit beans) for a tasty fry up. Next up, choose an activity that you'll all enjoy. If the stag's athletic then check out it's a knockout, if he's competitive why not have a round of foot-golf? If you're all football fans it might be worth heading down to St. James' Park in the afternoon to catch a match.
Now for the big night out. Believe it or not but most bars and clubs aren't too fond of having 12-30 drunken lads rocking up unannounced, so make sure you pre-book. Most places have websites that you can use or we have a VIP service that will get you on the guest list at a number of different bars and clubs. If you're sports-fans check out Players Bar for a decent atmosphere and reasonably priced pints.
Sunday morning will be a write off. If you're smart you will all have packed on Saturday before the night out so you just have to slip out of bed and waddle down to the nearest cafe for some brunch.
Our favourite stag do activities in Newcastle:
Using original props from our favourite TV show, It's a knockout will have you competing against yourselves and other stags in a mix of wild and wacky games.
Tear up some dirt on the quads or try to hit the targets in one of our shooting activities.
3) Shock Ball
A shocking twist on the classic game will have you and the stags rolling on the floor with laughter. Whilst the game is going on, someone will be in charge of an electric-shock trigger that will have you all jolting around the pitch.
What not to miss whilst on your Newcastle Stag Party:
1) Check out the castle
In 1080, William the Conqueror's son built a fort to show off the power of the North in a very Westerosi-vibe, the result was the Catle Keep which is the oldest building in Newcastle.
2) Hit the diamond strip
If you are heading to Newcastle for an epic stag weekend then you are clearly after a big night out and nights don't get much bigger than on the Diamond Strip. Along the street are some of the UK's biggest bars and clubs, just remember to put your names on the guest-list!
3) Visit the Angel of the North
The Angel of the North is Europe's largest timber structure and has been welcoming people to the North East since 1998. If you're going to get a group shot anywhere, this will be the place to do it.
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