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Newcastle needs no introduction: this is the party capital of the North East. Simply put, you can't go wrong with a Newcastle stag do!

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Newcastle stag do guide

Newcastle blends an outrageously good nightlife scene with plentiful daytime stag favourites such as paintballing, quad biking, five-a-side football, and clay pigeon shooting. And the evenings promise Jägerbomb-fuelled bar crawls, working your way towards VIP nightclub entry at some of the city’s finest dancing and drinking institutions. One thing is for sure: you won't be stuck for stag do ideas in Newcastle!

Without a doubt, a weekend in Newcastle is one you’ll never forget, and we’ve got nearly twenty years’ experience in planning them, so we know exactly what we’re doing. Round up the lads, pack a bag, and get ready to party your way through the stag weekend to end all stag weekends!

Great if you are looking for

  • A buzzing, fun-packed nightlife scene full of atmosphere
  • A chance to taste the famous Newcastle Brown Ale - called Broon, Newcy or 'Dog' by the locals
  • Loads of great outdoorsy stag activities for something out-of-the-ordinary
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Getting around

Most stag groups choose to travel to Newcastle either by train or by car, although Newcastle Airport is just 20 minutes away from the city centre by rail. The magnificent Central Station, opened by Queen Victoria, is a 10-minute stroll from the hubbub of the centre, which itself is compact and very walkable, with lots of pedestrianised areas. 

It’s easy to park here, with eight central multi-storey car parks and many Newcastle stag hotels offering secure on-site parking (though sometimes for a supplementary fee). 24 hour-parking can be found for as little as £20 at the NCP on John Dobson Street, so if you have a bunch of guys coming from one part of the country, it makes a lot of sense to car share and split the petrol and parking costs. 

As for getting around in Newcastle, it’s an absolute breeze. Besides the excellent bus network, you’ve got taxi ranks situated close to all the main locations that you're likely to end up in. Think Quayside, Bigg Market, Central Station and Dean Street.

And then of course you’ve got the Nexus - the Tyne & Wear Metro - which is arguably the cheapest way of getting around the city. Connecting Newcastle with Gateshead, Sunderland, the coast and the airport, the Nexus has several stops in the city centre including Central Station, Haymarket and Monument - which is ideal for the beautiful Georgian architechture and buzzing atmosphere of Grey Street. Just look for the big yellow and black 'M' logo! An all-day Metro ticket will set you back under a fiver, but bear in mind that most trains stop running by around midnight.

Tips and ideas

It’s no surprise that Newcastle is one of the UK’s most popular stag do destinations. This city is absolutely brimming with fantastic stag activities for you and the group to enjoy. If you’re an energetic bunch who would love a weekend full of adrenaline-fuelled classics like Bubble Football, Quad Biking or Clay Pigeon Shooting, then just ask our team and they can arrange this for your Newcastle stag. 

Something that makes stag weekends here stand out from most others around the country is the number of action-packed outdoorsy activities that are available to you. Your group might fancy a half day of Gorge Walking in Northumberland, or some Whitewater Tubing and Cliff Jumping out in the countryside. These options will leave you with plenty of stories to tell on the wedding day and a host of memorable pics for your social media feeds.

Booking for a group made up of football fans? Then you may want to plan the trip so that you can catch a game. You and the lads could catch the Metro over to the famous St. James' Park, one of the largest stadiums in the UK with a capactiy of over 52,000. But bear in mind that tickets sell out very quickly so you'll have to be super-orgnanised!

If live music is more your thing, you could try to arrange your Newcastle stag to coincide with a big festival like Hit the North, or This is Tomorrow. Newcastle is one of those cities where there’s something going on at all times, so it’s always worth doing a bit of research before you go, to see if anything interesting falls on your weekend. Of course, like everywhere in the UK, accommmodation over event weekends gets booked up fast and the city will be even more busy than usual, so planning your full itinerary ahead of time is always wise. 


Looking for stag do ideas that combine cheap booze with lively venues and a fantastic clubbing scene? Newcastle is the jewel in the UK's nightlife crown. The city is famed for its love of social drinking and friendly locals. As far as areas to check out, we recommend you visit Bigg Market, the Quayside and the Central Station for your stag do entertainment.

Howlers, formerly Madame Koo, is a must-visit stag do bar in Newcastle. Open ‘til 3am, it has everything from crowd karaoke sessions to giant pizzas and supersize cocktails. But the highlight is...a massive ball pit. Yes that’s right, a huge colourful ball pit for adults. We’re as bemused as you, but it sounds pretty fun, right? Other exciting nightspots in the Diamond Strip quarter - the backdrop to reality TV show Geordie Shore - include the stylishly high-end Cha Cha Buchi, formerly the famous Floritas. 

Our pick of the best stag do venues around Bigg Market in Newcastle must include the Bierkeller, whose simple but effective tagline is: 'We want to bring Bavaria to the people!' This cavernous, underground pub certainly delivers a touch of Germany to Newcastle, with huge steins full of foaming lager being loudly clunked together as the night unfolds. Filthy’s meanwhile, is not a strip joint as you might think from the name, but instead Newcastle’s premier live music venue for up-and-coming local talent, with DJs playing indie and rock classics on weekends. As for Newcastle’s legendary Quayside, there are no end of stag-do-friendly bars around here, with some of the liveliest venues in the city opening their arms, and their doors, to welcome you inside. 

If you and the lads are planning on treating the unsuspecting stag to a lapdance, then we suggest heading to For Your Eyes Only, Newcastle’s most popular strip club and the largest of its kind in Northern England. Inside the venue, which has recently been through a stunning £2m refurbishment, the lovely ladies will 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 a few beers instead.


Is Newcastle good for stag weekends?

We’ve been helping bewildered best men to organise stag weekends since 2004, so we like to think we know what we’re doing. And we think that Newcastle is the ultimate stag do destination in Northern England, for the atmosphere alone. We're confident that your group will love it here!

What activities are there to book for Newcastle stag dos?

What we love about organising stag dos in Newcastle is that not only have you got a full slate of your classic stag activities - like Bubble Football, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Quad Biking etc - but you also have some really thrilling, action-packed activities that your group may love, which you can’t do everywhere else. Think Whitewater Tubing and Gorge Walking to name but a couple. 

What's the nightlife like in Newcastle for stag weekends?

In one word: INCREDIBLE. You’ve got dozens of stag-friendly bars and pubs around areas such as the Quayside, Bigg Market and Central Station, with drink promotions and an all-round party atmosphere. Newcastle is a city that loves to get on it in the evenings - if you’ve seen Geordie Shore, you know roughly what to expect!

Are stag do hotels expensive in Newcastle?

No more so than anywhere else in the UK. And anyway, we’re used to helping stag groups find suitable accommodation whatever their budget, from the cheap and cheerful to the more luxurious. Plus, if you like the idea of a fry-up waiting for you in the mornings to cure the hangover, just say and we’ll do our best to arrange it.

Is it easy to get around Newcastle on a stag do?

Super-easy. You’ve got the Metro, which runs ‘til midnight-ish, lots of central taxi ranks, and the whole city centre is very walkable anyway. Base your night around key stag locales like Quayside, Bigg Market and Central Station, and you won’t go wrong. 

What about stag do packages in Newcastle?

We’ve got you covered. Organising a stag weekend can be a headache, especially if you’re not familiar with the city. That’s why we have a selection of great Newcastle stag packages ready and waiting for you to choose from, featuring classic activities and amazing nightlife. Make it easy on yourself by relying on our expertly put-together stag deals.

Meet Sophie

Our Newcastle Destination Expert

Sophie’s top tip for organising a killer stag do

Sophie’s top tip for organising a killer weekend:

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!

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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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