Why Hen Parties Choose Newcastle

As with the rest of the northern population, Newcastle know how to drink and they definitely know how to have a good night. With trendy bars on the Quayside and parties going down in the cosmopolitan Jesmond, the Geordies will keep your Newcastle hen do going no matter how long you plan on staying for. So pull on your glad rags and hold on – this is going to be a massive ride!


Everything Your Hen Party Needs to Know About Newcastle

Sights and Sounds

Visiting the Angel of the North is a must-see when in Newcastle. This towering landmark, located on the A1 just to the south of Newcastle, should be your first stop with your fellow hens!

Would you like to see some history? Well it’s true – Newcastle actually has a castle! 1000 years old and in such close proximity to the centre of town, if you have time, take a moment to grab your selfie stick.

If you’re looking for something leisurely, how about a walk down to the river? Check out the Millennium Bridge. It’s one of seven bridges that cross the River Tyne, linking Newcastle to Gateshead. Unique in construction and design, this bridge can be admired for the way it moves; taking pedestrians over a 200 metre long walkway that rises and falls with the water level.

The Quayside area is a great place to view the Millennium Bridge. It offers an upscale, classy vibe, and has become a hub of arts and culture for the North East. Quayside by night, is home to all kinds of vibrant, modern bars and enticing eateries, perfect for sipping cocktails and admiring the view.

Newcastle’s Bigg Market is ‘THE’ best place for hen parties if you are after a cheap and cheerful night out. With its quirky shops, historic inns and old world pubs, they have plenty to offer hen party groups looking for a low-cost but lively evening.

“Gannin doon the toon” is made very easy, thanks to the Metro Underground.

Hen Do Ideas – Daytime Activities

We have some fantastic hen do daytime activities in and around this fun filled city!

Make your Newcastle hen party memorable by doing one or two of these activities! Treat yourselves to a hen party Afternoon Tease with our hunky butlers or indulge in a Cocktail Masterclass workshops and 2-course meal.

For groups looking for something more active, we offer our popular Dance Classes with 50 themes to choose from! For the artsy hens, our Life Drawing workshops consisting of a hunky nude model are a lot of fun and allow you to take home your own masterpiece and admire at leisure!

It’s not hard to see why Newcastle is one of the best Hen Do destinations, making it a prime city to visit before the bride’s big day.

Hen Party Ideas – Last Night of Freedom

Newcastle is a top UK destination for hen dos with its wild nightlife scene (as seen in Geordie Shore), fantastic activities and top-class attractions. Prepare to have a lively night on the town as you’ll be spoiled for choice with the bars and clubs this iconic party city has to offer.

Let us organise a fantastic night out for your Hen party in Newcastle. We’ll take care of all the details so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the night. You’ll definitely be ticking the box of a a great night out by spending the evening at the famous Dreamboys show, which has more sauce than a plate of chips.

Newcastle has a great nightlife and so many bars and clubs to keep you entertained into the early hours. We’ll get you on the VIP guest list so there’s no waiting around in queues.

Staying in?

In addition to a variety of exciting activities that you can do when you’re out and about, we can arrange some fun home-based mobile activities for an at-home hen party. What better girly night in than to have a hunky, male Buff Butler play party games with and serve drinks and snacks. You could also try our fantastic mobile cocktail making and mobile life drawing workshops. Let the party come to you!

Fascinating Fact

Greggs, our favourite bakery, is based in Newcastle upon Tyne. It is currently the United Kingdom’s largest bakery chain with over 1,600 outlets across the UK. Greggs was founded by John Gregg and Maurice Kitch in 1951 and officially opened for business on 26 April 1952. Did someone say sausage roll?

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