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The huge success of Geordie Shore has put Newcastle on the radar for everyone! Whether you’re after an “L” plate’s weekend or a chic and discreet event, Newcastle has places for both. We love this city and would recommend a HEN PARTY IN NEWCASTLE to everyone.
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Newcastle has more to offer than Ant and Dec, Geordie Shore and Cheryl Cole - each of these being a love or hate debate, we can be certain you will simply LOVE this northern party city. The nightlife here is fantastic – with its upmarket clubs, sophisticated bars and cool hangouts. We recommend visiting Quayside for hard to beat views by night. Evening activities include cheeky Live Music & Cabaret, Karaoke Chaos and even a good ol’ Party Bus. That being said, Newcastle has some great daytime activities too with pampering afternoons, craft workshops, dance classes and a great adventure selection. So what are you waiting for?!
SightseeingAngel of the North
Located just off the A1 in Gateshead, rising 20 metres into the sky. You may be lucky enough to see Anthony Gormley’s super work of art on your way into Newcastle. Made from 200 tons of steel The Angel of the North dominates the skyline with a wingspan of 54 metres. Completely worth a visit!Newcastle Castle
Made up of the Castle Keep and the Black Gate, Newcastle Castle is a top visitor attraction. You can pay to go inside and of course learn of its history but we think it’s pretty impressive from the outside so well worth a stroll past.Millennium Bridge
Newcastle loves a good bridge and the river Tyne is home to many! Perhaps the most amazing has to be the Millennium Bridge. Precision engineering allows the bridge to tilt - rather like a closing eyelid to allow boats to pass underneath it. Don’t worry though, you can also walk or cycle across the bridge and a full evacuation takes place before any movement starts!
Top AttractionsExit Newcastle
As its message states - one place, one hour, one exit! Locked in a series of rooms you and others fight against the clock to solve challenges and clues in order to escape. Original and exciting! A great addition to your weekend.St James’ Park
The 6th largest football stadium in the UK and home to Newcastle United football club. Its white roof can be seen from all across the city. An icon of Newcastle, it’s worth catching a game or gig at this stadium whilst your here.Theatre Royal
Nonstop shows of art, music, culture and comedy! There will always be something to see on your visit. A beautiful building in its own right, you couldn’t ask for better surroundings whilst enjoying a evening show.
The number shopping centre in the UK and the largest in Europe. Department stores, designer brands and high street names - this place has everything! A shopping heaven, a massive shopping heaven!City Centre
Newcastle city centre is home to the original Fenwick’s store - and one of the biggest with 5 floors worth of shopping paradise. intu Eldon Square boasts the best international brands and top high street names.Grainger Town
Those looking for something a little more exclusive might want to head over the Grainger Town. Becoming the place to find boutique shops and chic names!
Along the banks of the river Tyne - you simply have to spend some time here whilst visiting Newcastle. The area comes alive at night, bursting with bars, pubs and clubs - always somewhere to take your fancy alongside stunning views of the river and its impressive bridges.The Gate
This is an indoor complex of a cinema, restaurants, bars, clubs and other entertainment facilities. It’s great to have everything under one roof - and saves going outside into the cold or rain in the winter.Pink Triangle
Newcastle’s gay scene, where everyone is welcomed with a smile. DJ’s and dancefloors are in abundance here and you guaranteed an amazing night out... up until the early hours!
Being experts in all our cities we can provide you with some very useful information on how to get to Newcastle. There are many options available to our hens as we explore here, to help you decide!
The A1 itself passes through Newcastle meaning great links downwards throughout the UK. The A69 links the west and the M6 with the south and west of England.
Many train lines operate to Newcastle Central Station including Virgin, CrossCountry, Northern Rail, TransPennine and Grand Central trains. Ensuring fantastic connections to London, the Midlands and Scotland.
Stagecoach and National Express are the main coach operators and you will find this can be a cheap form of travel - although it may take a little longer.
Newcastle International Airport is served by many airlines both domestically and abroad. The airport is also only 8 miles from the city centre, and also operates a metro system, meaning transfers couldn’t be easier!
My weekend was the best of my life and was thoroughly enjoyed by all, I would highly recommend UKGirlThing to any of my friends as everything was planned to perfection at a reasonable price.
A really friendly city, full of variety! From shopping to art and culture to drinking! Make sure you start your night in Jalou, an amazing cocktail bar right next to Central Station!
Head to the famous bars of Collingwood Street, including Florita’s (Miami garden bar), or if you fancy a daytime club & a ride on a bull - Sam Jacks is your place! This is definitely a party city.
The nightlife in Newcastle is incredible! Everything is cheap and cheerful and the bars are buzzing. This is the perfect city for any party loving Hen/Stag group!
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