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Newcastle doesn't need an introduction: as the party capital of the North East, a Newcastle stag weekend certainly won't disappoint! 

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Taking the outrageous nightlife and mixing tonnes of daytime, stag favourites like paintballing, quad biking, 5-a-side football, and clay pigeon shooting. You won't be stuck for stag do ideas in Newcastle! From Jägerbomb fuelled bar crawls to VIP nightclub entry into some of the city’s finest dance and drink institutions.

An incredible stag weekend in this Geordie city is one you’ll never forget, and one that we’re experts at planning. We’ve been doing it for over 10 years! So grab your bags, grab the lads, and get ready to party through a stag weekend to end all stag weekends!

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  • An unbelievable and unrivalled nightlife experience
  • A chance to taste the famous, Newcastle Brown Ale - called Broon, Newcy or 'Dog' by the locals
  • VIP nightclub entry, summer BBQ cruises, beer tasting, and binocular football

Car Getting around

Newcastle city centre is relatively compact and is therefore easy to navigate on foot: many areas are pedestrianised. Buses and taxis are fairly cheap. If you don’t fancy walking.  There’s also the city Metro which operates two lines, the green line and yellow the line. It is arguably the cheapest way of getting around the city. Services run approximately every 6-10 minutes between 6:00 and 23:00 and single tickets range from £1.40 to £3.60 depending on the distance travelled. Return fares and day passes are also available. Tickets must be bought before travel!

Tips Tips and ideas

Footie fans in the stag group may want to plan the trip so that you can catch a match. The Newcastle stadium is at St James Park and is the fourth largest stadium in the UK. If you need tickets, then you’ll be chuffed to know that we offer a match day ticket service in Newcastle. Also, if you’re into the arts you could always plan the stag weekend to coincide with the Evolution Festival. Which is a music festival held at Gateshead Quaysides every Spring Bank Holiday. This festival offers an eclectic mix of music where they play dance, indie, and rock.

If you’ve got a reasonable amount of leisure time scheduled into your stag, then you can always head to the Wet-n-Wild Water Park near North Shields just outside of Newcastle. It’s the U.K.’s biggest water park, so you can bring out the kid in you all. The water park is indoors you guys don’t have to worry about bad weather ruining your day, or night if you decide to go on a Friday to attend their water disco!

Nightlife Nightlife

Newcastle is pretty famous for its love of social drinking and friendly locals, the city has the cheapest booze, ample venues to drink in and a great clubbing scene. We recommend you visit Bigg Market, the Quayside and the Central Station. This area is the "Diamond Strip" of upmarket bars. Madame Koo is a bar you’re going to want to visit with its Asian fusion style décor and it’s definitely one of the places to be seen in Newcastle. We also send a lot of our stags to Sam Jacks Bar, it’s fun, bustling and it’s a great place to grab a drink before hitting the clubs later on. It also welcomes fancy dress, so if you’re following the traditional laws of a stag do and you’re sporting some pretty crude costume wear, you will still be allowed entry. Later on in the night, we suggest taking the stag to ‘For Your Eyes Only’ as a special treat. Inside the ladies will do their best to make you feel welcome and provide you with some sexy entertainment. Private booths are available if anyone fancies having a dance to themselves, failing that, there’s a well-stocked bar for you to treat yourself to instead!

Sophie’s top tip for organising a killer stag do

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Sophie’s top tip for organising a killer stag do

Get the stag a great fancy dress outfit. It's always funny for the pictures and if you've ever wanted to get your own back on your mate for something, now's the time!

Best Stag drinking game

21 definitely. For the uninitiated, it’s basically a game where you take it in turns to say numbers-you can say up to four numbers each and add in words instead of numbers to confuse people (EG instead of saying four you could say elephant) and whoever lands on number 21 has to down their drink. The more beers you have the harder it gets!

Favourite Stag do destination: Newcastle

In Newcastle, I’d suggest saving your cash for activities and the nightlife. It’s much cheaper up North so you do get a lot for your money, but a night out on the town is so good I guarantee you’ll be out for the long haul. Accommodation wise, you’ll just need somewhere you can leave your stuff and hang your hungover head in shame come the morning-oh and it’s worth checking if they do a good fry up as you’ll definitely need it! We have loads of options in the city for stags on a budget, so you know you’ll have a decent place to rest your sore heads in the morning.

Activity wise, there’s so much to do in Newcastle that a weekend is almost not enough! Personally having tried a number stag of activities, I’d still recommend a classic bubble or binocular football experience. It doesn’t matter how big the age range is in your group or however many different personalities you’ve got, you’ll be hard pushed to find someone who won’t enjoy the activity!

What else?

Talking of football, Newcastle also offers human table football - it’s great if you have a large group as it’s also hilarious to watch when your team aren’t on the pitch. The game basically has giant inflatables and is a really unique activity exclusive to Newcastle. If your mates are really in to football we also have football tickets, so you can get close to the action - and trust me, no one celebrates after a game quite like the Geordies!

If you want something different, Newcastle also has a great rock climbing session. They throw in lunch and transport too so it’s a completely hassle free way to spend your time up North.

In the evening, there isn’t much point doing anything other than partying when you’re in the city, as I’d go as far as to say it has one of the best nightlife experiences of any stag destination. The bar crawl is really worth doing - some of the popular bars are in different locations so it’s worth getting someone who knows the city to show you where to grab a pint.

We also have entrance to some of the bars seen on Geordie Shore which are well worth a visit if you want to be at the centre of the city’s vibrant nightlife. I’d also say a boat party is a worthwhile way to start pre drinking. There are themed nights so it can be a really fun way to start off your night with other like-minded revellers. If you’re staying in the UK, you really can’t beat it - it’s arguably the party capital of Britain!

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