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With a huge nightlife scene and loads of hen do activities, Newcastle is an ideal location for a hen party. The nightlife is insane and the activities are beyond extensive.
On top of that, there are some fantastic shopping opportunities. Most notably at the intu Metrocentre, which has hundreds of shops, a cinema and even a bowling alley!
The city has a big drinking culture so the parties are to-die-for. This laid back, carefree attitude has resulted in Newcastle becoming a haven for hens from all over the UK.
There are loads of fantastic activities, including hen party favourites like Cocktail Making and Nude Life Drawing. Or you could embrace the local spirit and check out the Geordie Games. A hilarious, unique game guaranteed of making this hen do like nee other!
Newcastle’s big drinking culture and electric atmosphere have formed together to create a nightlife scene not to miss. Plus the alcohol is price ‘northern’ style, meaning it’s a lot cheaper than the capital!
There are two areas you won’t want to miss, The Bigg Market and The Quayside, both of which are guaranteed to entertain the girls and keep you partying all night.
The Bigg Market has Newcastle’s oldest pub, plenty of clubs and is ideal for an evening Bar Crawl. The Quayside is equally as great on a night out, featuring many pubs and clubs and even a Michelin star winning restaurant. Another ideal area for a hen do is The Gate, although The Bigg Market and The Quayside are more catered to hen parties.
Newcastle is a city full of pubs & clubs but if you fancy something different you’re in good hands. The Riverboat Club Cruise is an ideal way to spend a night with the girls. There is a DJ onboard, a great club atmosphere and the cruise lasts 3 hours! You could always go on the cruise and hit up the club after.
Drinking is cheaper in Newcastle than it is down south. In Newcastle you’re probably saving at least £1-£2 on cocktails and around £1 on pints, depending on what bar you go into. It doesn’t sound like much but if you add it all up you’re saving a lot between the girls.
Due to the city centre being relatively compact, you'll get away with walking around for the majority of your hen weekend.
Otherwise, you'll find plenty of taxis, buses and the metro. If you go for the metro, they operate a yellow and green line from 6 am to 11 pm. You can get single-pass tickets from £1.40 to about £3.60 depending on your length of travel, otherwise, you can grab a day pass if you think you'll be hoping-on and hoping-off a few times.
For the creative hen who loves art, there are some fantastic exhibitions at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. Located right on the River Tyne, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art is open from 10 am till 6 pm and is even open on the May and August bank holidays.
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