Newcastle Stag Do, Party & Weekend Ideas

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Newcastle Stag Weekend

Packages available in Newcastle. Perhaps the top party city in the UK and certainly one of the top party cities in Europe, Newcastle really is something...

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lse. Come nightfall this Geordie city has so much entertainment on offer that you won't know where to start! With plenty of comedy clubs and late night venues galore you will have plenty to do on your stag party. Down by the Quayside you will find trendy river-side venues and spectacular views and if your looking a bite to eat the Chinese Village is always popular, with more Chinese restaurants than you can shake a stick at. However you would like to celebrate your stag night, Newcastle is the place to do it in.


The city has a wide variety of theatres to offer. The largest is the Theatre Royal on Grey Street which was first opened in 1837, designed by John and Benjamin Green. It has played host to a season of acts from the Royal Shakespeare Company for over 25 years, as well as touring productions of West End musicals. There are numerous museums and galleries in Newcastle one of which includes the Centre for Life with its Science Village; the Discovery Museum. The largest music venue within the city is the 11,000-seat Metro Radio Arena, which is situated in the south of the city centre near the Centre for Life.

Famous for:

Blue Reef Aquarium-Blue Reef Aquarium is situated on the coast of Tynemouth. Home to different forms of exotic sea life, the aquarium also keeps miniature monkeys from the Amazon Rain Forest. Metro Radio Arena-The largest concert and exhibition venue in the North East of England, the Metro Radio Arena has been host to some of the biggest names in show business perform on its stage. Life Science Centre-Ever questioned where we came from and how we got here? The Life Science Centre in Newcastle City Centre is a demonstartion all about human life. Uncover our origins and learn the future for the human race.

Details for travelling to Newcastle:

By car - Newcastle upon Tyne will be well signposted from both the north, south and west. The city lies at the joining of the A1 (the main East Coast route from London to Edinburgh) and the A69 which is a major east-west route to Carlisle and the M6. The A1 goes around the city to the west.

By bus - Newcastle Coach Station is located at the southern end of St James' Boulevard, near the Centre for Life and is just a short walk from the centre of town. National Express is the main intercity operator that offers regular services to several UK towns and cities. Newcastle International Airport , offers scheduled flights throughout the UK and Europe and also Dubai, is located 9.7 km equal to about 6 miles north-west of the city.

Stag ideas:

Whether you're there for a stag weekend Newcastle's alive with a vibrancy, confidence and thirst that's hard to match. Great entertainment and hospitality await you in the evenings, while in the days you'll experience a wealth of exciting stag party activity. Newcastle has much to offer such as canoeing for those who love their water sports or clay pigeon shooting will be available if you fancy a bit of target practice in the afternoon. Other options for those speed fanatics are quad biking and go-karting, both great driven sports to get the lads in the mood for fun' and not forgetting the nightclubs! Nightlife. Newcastle's-upon-tyne's wild nightlife has been attracting stag groups to this city in large numbers for many years. With a picturesque square mile packed with 300 or more bars, clubs and restaurants this city earned the accolade of the eighth best party city in the world. The newly refurbished Quayside area is alive with activity in the evenings and is a popular choice for drinking.


Newcastle played a huge role during the 19th-century Industrial Revolution, and was a dominant centre for coal mining and manufacturing. Heavy industries in Newcastle decreased in the second half of the 20th century; office, service and retail employment are now the city's staples. The city is also recognised today for its dedication to environmental issues, with a programme planned for Newcastle to become "the first Carbon Neutral town". In 2010, Newcastle was placed ninth in the retail centre expenditure division of the UK. There are numerous major shopping areas in Newcastle City Centre. The largest one of these has to be the Eldon Square Shopping Centre, one of the largest city centre shopping complexes in the UK.


The city of Newcastle upon Tyne was established at the lowest place the Tyne could be easily crossed. In 1080 the Normans crafted a wooden fort to safeguard the crossing. They also designed and built a wooden bridge. (The 'new castle' was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century). Soon a little town began to grow in the shadow of the new castle and was named after it. In the Middle Ages towns often developed by castles because the garrisons provided a market for the townspeople's goods. Newcastle Upon Tyne became successful partly because of the wars between the English and the Scots. There was lots of traffic through Newcastle and travellers would have spent money there. Newcastle upon Tyne then became a busy port. Back in the Middle Ages the main export was wool. (Wool was definitely Englands most important export). Hides, grindstones and lead would also of been exported. Newcastle also powerfully exported coal, from the 13th century. Much of it was exported to London where many industries would have used it. Imports would have included alum and luxuries such as spices and wine. Guide for Eating out in Newcastle.

Food/ Restarunant:

Peppys-Fabulous food, great service and a brilliant dining experience. A warm and homily welcome awaits you. Aneesa's Buffet Restaurant -great variety of mouth watering Indian cuisine. All of our food is freshly cooked on our premises with the buffet being revived on a regular basis to keep the food fresh and succulent. Antico Restaurant -passionate about food and offer a choice of superb meals based on the Italian classics with a vibrant, modern twist. Our food is served with only the best Italian wines. The Fat Hippo- the Fat Hippo is already the most popular burger joint in Newcastle. Inspired by Northumbrian meat, we have a wide variety of beef, chicken and veggie burgers.

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