Hen Party Activities in Newcastle

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Newcastle Hen Parties

Experience that friendly Geordie hospitality in a cosmopolitan city that is full to the brim with history, culture, restaurants, shops, bars and clubs for a belta of a weekend you’ll remember forever!

Newcastle’s nightlife is the stuff of legend; wild, crazy but surprisingly budget friendly whilst giving the bride-to-be the send-off she deserves! The Diamond Strip, of Geordie Shore fame, is packed with trendy and lavish cocktail bars, while the Bigg Market area is the place to party hard! You’ll be spoilt for choice with hen party ideas in Newcastle day or night.

Shopaholic hens will be in their element as they explore top-end designer shops, indie boutiques and high street brands. Two of our favourite shopping sports are Northumberland Street, like a Northern version of Oxford Street in London, and the massive intu Metrocentre with more than 370 stores.

Once you’ve admired the iconic landmarks, including The Angel of the North and Gateshead Millennium Bridge and taken some riverside selfies at Quayside, we’ve got loads of activities to make your day on the toon fabulous!

Hen Parties Activities in Newcastle

With dance classes as diverse as Pole Dancing and Dirty Dancing, Lip Sync Battle and Burlesque, there’s something to suit everyone’s tastes. Catch your breathe after with a leisurely Afternoon Tea where you can tuck into a selection of tempting treats and drinks and enjoy a catch up with your besties.

You might already know that this city is a wee bit naughty so why not indulge in a little hen party Life Drawing in Newcastle? In this quirky, cheeky workshop you’ll be tasked with drawing a fully nude male model who’s stood before your very eyes with guidance from a pro art teacher.

Newcastle is sports mad, so why not get sporty with retro Schools Sports Day or the hilarious Bubble Mayhen? Harry Potter fans can even make their dreams come true with a game of Quidditch? You might think that Go Karting is a stag do staple but why let the men have all the fun? Put your pedal to the metal and show off your driving skills across speedy straights and tight corners.

Endless Adventure North East offers some white-knuckle activities for any groups of daredevils from Gorge Walking to White Water Rafting, Rock Climbing to Cliff Jumping, only for the bravest hens!

We’ve got something to suit every kind of hen group. Rather be pampered than scale rocks? Why not try a Makeover and Photoshoot? You’ll each receive a personalised makeover from a professional make-up artist who’ll get you looking a million dollars before you strike a pose for the professional photographer. They’ll direct you and capture you best side with a range of lovely group and solo photos.

Reviews for Newcastle hen activities

Bubble Football

Absolutely amazing activity for a morning after a night out. Hilarious experience!

Matthew Hedar
School Sports Day

Very good freindly and lots of fun. Could have done with streching 1st tho. Ha ha

Felicity Martin
Indoor Go Karting – Open Timed Race

Brilliant day out

Dean Brough
Dirty Dancing

Great afternoon really nice teacher . Much fun had by all, staff at hotel nice helpful b u t really slow bar service

Delia Doyle

Did you know?

  • Newcastle is frequently voted in the top five best places to live and work in the UK.
  • The gorgeous Geordie accent is frequently voted the friendliest accent in the UK. Why aye man!
  • Everyone’s favourite bakery, Greggs first opened their doors in this city in 1951.
  • Lucozade was invented here by chemists, originally named Glucozade and solving hangovers and man flu since 1927!
  • Windscreen wipers were also invented in Newcastle. Apparently, a Newcastle United fan had the idea when he got caught in a storm when driving home from a match in 1908.
  • Geordies love their bingo! There are more bingo halls per head here than anywhere else in the UK. Fancy a game during your hen do in Newcastle?
  • Newcastle Brown Ale is America’s most imported British ale. Grab a taste when you’re in town.
  • A-list actor Liam Neeson trained to be a teacher in Newcastle. Just imagine telling him you hadn’t done your homework!
  • A food Geordies are passionate about is stottie cake, a stodgy bread often served with ham and pease pudding. It’s even been made into a four-tier wedding cake!
  • More food related trivia; the Cadbury Wispa was launched in 1981 as a trial in North East England. Lucky Geordies were amongst the first people in the UK to get their hands on one.
  • The first street in the world to be lit by electric lightbulbs was Mosley Street in Newcastle in 1879.
  • Grey Street has been named the best street in the UK. With gorgeous architecture as well as top bars and restaurants, it’s a must visit on your Newcastle hen do.
  • Quayside is one of the most popular areas, jam packed with bars, restaurants, hotels and landmarks including the Millennium Bridge, the world’s first ever tilting bridge.
  • If you have some spare time, Hadrian’s Wall is around a 40 minutes’ drive away and well worth a visit. The largest Roman artefact in the world, it runs a total of 73 miles.
  • Newcastle-born playwright Lee Hall wrote Billy Elliott, the film turned musical about a boy who longs to be a ballet dancer. Why not try one of our dance classes to see if you can move as well as Billy?

Newcastle in numbers

  • The Angel of the North is 66ft tall and 177ft wide, giving visitors a warm welcome to Newcastle as they pass her on the A1. In 2006, the government declared it an official English icon.
  • Seven bridges cross the River Tyne including the Millennium Bridge (the UK’s first rotating crossing) and the iconic Tyne Bridge.
  • Around five million passengers travel through Newcastle International Airport every year and it’s the 10th biggest regional airport in the UK.
  • Newcastle Central Station is one of just six Grade I listed train stations in the UK. Opened in 1850, it was the world’s first covered railway station.
  • One of the country’s best authors, Catherine Cookson was born in South Tyneside. She wrote 103 books with sales topping 100 million.
  • The Tyne Bridge cost £1.2m to build in 1928. With inflation, that’d be around £70m today.
  • Town Moor is 100 acres of lush green parkland, bigger than Hampstead Heath and Hyde Park and even bigger than NYC’s Central park.
  • The River Tyne flows over 62 miles of land into the North Sea just below Newcastle. It makes a perfect backdrop for selfies during your hen weekend in Newcastle.
  • The North of the country might have a reputation for being rainy but Newcastle is actually the second driest city in England.
  • Newcastle University is ranked in the top 150 universities in the world. With a big student population, you just know that the city’s nightlife is going to be awesome!

Local Celebs

Loads of celebrities were born and bred in Newcastle including presenters Ant and Dec, singers Cheryl and Sting, actors Charlie Hunnam and Rowan Atkinson and comedian Ross Noble. There’s also a good chance that you’ll bump into some of the Geordie Shore cast though you’ll have a sore head in the morning if you party as hard as they do on your hen do in Newcastle!

Newcastle offers so much more than just Greggs sausage rolls and stottie cake…although they’re both pretty tasty! Line your stomachs and enjoy some quality time with your fellow hens during a delicious meal at a range of restaurants offering the best of international cuisine.

Las Iguanas in Newcastle is a top choice for groups, always giving hens a warm and friendly service in a laid-back atmosphere. They huge set menu features sizzling dishes from and influenced by Latin American, Spain, India and Africa and range of spicy to mild and creamy flavours.

You’ll each choose two courses, either a starter and a main course or a main and dessert plus a drink. Will you go for Prosecco, a cocktail, beer or a soft drink?

You can even tuck into a two-course meal at famous nightclub Tiger Tiger. Their kitchen serves up comfort food classics and light bites from Meatballs to Garlic Bread, Burgers to Salads and Apple Pie to Cheesecake. You’ll also get a glass of bubbly each to toast the bride-to-be ahead of the wedding. Best of all, you’ll also get access to the nightclub once you’ve finished eating, a perfect party package for your hen do in Newcastle.

Our night time activities are as diverse as this exciting city is. A hen night in Newcastle is something you'll never forget! Whether you want to get mortal like the Geordie Shore girls or just sip on a few sophisticated cocktails, there’s something here for you! In fact, the city is home to almost 200 bars and pubs, so you’re spoilt for choice, ladies!

Ogling hot guys in next to nothing is a hen party staple and we’ve upped the ante with Adonis Cabaret in Newcastle who combine sexy stripping, outrageous drag queens, stand-up comedy, food, drink and prizes for the ultimate package (ahem!). You’ll be swooning one moment and in hysterics the next as the toned and gorgeously tanned boys perform for your entertainment. You’ll even get a meet and greet with the guys so make sure you dress to impress!

It’s easy to see why hen party Cocktail Making in Newcastle is so popular; it gets the drinks and laughs flowing and is available at a range of great bars. Learn how to mix and muddle some delicious cocktails, drinking everything you make and playing some fun games to really break the ice. You can even add a two-course meal after to line those stomachs before a night of partying or just to finish off your fun activity on a high.

Celebrate your Newcastle hen night at one of the city’s exciting nightclubs, such as Tiger Tiger which boats seven spectacularly themed rooms. Digital in Times Square (no, no that one!) is also hugely popular, having won a tonne of awards including being named the UK’s No.1 Large Club and the 11th Best Club in the World.

There’s always something going on to help you celebrate a hen do in Newcastle at any time of year. Celebrate Chinese New Year in February with vibrant parades and fun activities including traditional crafts, music and dance in China Town along Stowell Street. The Foodies Festival hits the town in June with demonstrations from top chefs and Great British Bake Off stars, food and drink stalls with local producers, music stage and even a chilli eating competition. Fancy your chances?

July celebrates all things Americana with SummerTyne Americana Festival where artists and bands play on the south bank of the River Tyne. Fans of stand-up comedy will be pleased to hear that July also plays host to Jesterval, the North East’s premier comedy festival, packed with two-weeks of comedic performances from big named acts and local talent.

The Northern Pride Festival also takes place in July and celebrates the LGBTQ community. Said to be the UK’s biggest and best free pride festival, past headliners include Vengaboys, Alexandra Burke and Belinda Carlisle plus performances from local drag acts, a fairground and food and drink vendors.

September sees the return of Heritage Open Days, an annual event that’s free of charge and encourages you to explore local architecture, history and culture in Tyne and Wear. History buffs and culture vultures will be in their element as they discover anything from walks to workshops, castles to police cells.

If gin’s more your thing, you can also visit Gateshead Gin Festival in September with a mahoosive selection of gins available to try as well as tasty food, live music and DJs. Once November hits, Newcastle turns very festive with a range of awesome Christmas festivals and even a pop-up ice skating rink to put you in the mood.

It’s pretty easy to make your way around the city centre by foot which is handy and a great way to seek out some hidden gems during your Newcastle hen weekend. However, those hills can get a bit steep near the River Tyne. If you think that sounds a bit much like hard work or don’t fancy your chances against a hill when you’ve had a few drinks, you can always jump on the Metro.

This underground rail system gets you around the city and to its outskirts quickly and easily. As you’re up north, you won’t have to pay a fortune for a taxi (well, compared to down south) which is a bonus especially when you’ve danced in those high heels all night.

Fancy a Hen Party in Newcastle?

If all that tickles your fancy, check out our activity listings for an unforgettable hen do in Newcastle. There’s something to suit all groups and budgets whether you want something super chilled or wet and wild, sophisticated cocktails or a dance ‘til you drop nightclub for your last weekend of freedom.

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