7 Places to Visit in Newcastle on Your Hen Party

So, what are the best places to visit in Newcastle on your hen party

Newcastle is known for its party scene around the world! The toon’s bars, clubs and nightlife are some of the best in Europe! However Newcastle is also a popular tourist destination with thousands of travellers visiting the city over the course of the year. 

You will not be short of ideas when you visit Newcastle on your Hen Party, and the best thing about it – Newcastle is a really compact city with most visitor attractions within walking distance! 

If you and your bride tribe want to travel a little further outside the city then why not jump on the Metro train which will take you as far as the North East coast, which is definitely recommended. 

Let’s take a look at the top 7 places to visit in Newcastle on your Hen Party!

  • Ghetto Golf 
  • Lane 7
  • The Stack
  • Northumberland Street
  • Hancock Museum
  • River Escapes
  • Ouseburn

Places to visit in Newcastle on your hen party

Ghetto Golf Newcastle

Think cocktails, street food, live DJ’s and, erm… golf! 18 holes of serious fun with your bride tribe! Ghetto Golf, located in Hoult’s Yard has taken Newcastle by storm and is proving extremely popular with the locals, students and of course hen & stags. 

The venues is 18+ only so no screaming kids to worry about, plentiful drinks and amazing food. Can’t really complain for only £10 a pop! Advanced bookings are advised! 

Find out more information on the Ghetto Golf website here

Ghetto Golf Newcastle

Lane 7

One of my favourite places to kick back and chill with friends! Lane 7 is a stone’s throw away from Newcastle’s Central Station and very popular with hen parties visiting the city! Eat, drink and bowl until your heart is content! Forget everything you thought you knew about bowling alleys –  Lane 7 will blow your mind. 

As well as the food, jaw dropping drinks and bowling – why not throw some ping pong in for good measure? A sing song on the karaoke? Or let’s go all out – beer pong anyone?

With so much to do at Lane 7 Newcastle you could literally spend the entire evening there! 

For more information, packages and prices check out the Lane 7 website

Lane 7 Newcastle

The Stack Newcastle

What do you look for on the perfect Hen Party? Somewhere to shop? Check! Maybe somewhere to eat? Check! What about some amazing events? Check! 

Stack Newcastle has been developed using shipping containers & home to some of Newcastle’s most unique & independent businesses. Not forgetting the bars and amazing places to eat! 

A hugely popular destination for social events located at the bottom of Northumberland Street, Stack Newcastle is definitely one of the best places to visit in Newcastle on your Hen Party! For business and event listings check out The Stack website here

The Stack Newcastle

Northumberland Street

Northumberland Street is Newcastle’s main shopping destination with all of your favourite shops in one place! You can start at the bottom and work your way up to Eldon Square where there are… you guessed it – more shops! 

Northumberland Street is a Hen Parties dream! Not only are there shops galore, Northumberland Street is also home to some of the best coffee shops and if your still thinking about last nights cocktails there is a real hidden gem just off the main street called The Purple Bear! Think burgers, wings and some of the best cocktails around! 

Just off Northumberland Street you can visit Greys Monument which is surrounded by bars and restaurants including the very popular Banyan, The Botanist and some really cool independents! Be sure to check them out.

Northumberland Street Newcastle

The Great North Museum

For those of you into the Arts & Culture The Great North Museum, or the Hancock Museum the locals like to call it is one of the most interesting places in Newcastle to visit on your hen party!

Take a walk around and visit the Ancient Egypt gallery where you can view famous mummies and other ancient Egyptian artefacts from the British Museum. Pop into Hadrian’s Wall gallery where you can see an inscription stone which proves the wall was built on the orders of Emperor Hadrian! Or, if the Roman Empire is more your thing you can view a hoard of roman treasures. Roman artefacts and sacred symbols will give you a real flavour for life in the Roman Empire.

You can find opening times, events and information on the Great North Museum website

The Great North Museum Newcastle

River Escapes

There really is no better way to spend your Sunday! Sailing up and down the River Tyne, along the stunning Quayside and under the famous Millenium Bridge and famous Tyne Bridge

River Escapes have two vessels that set sail from Newcastle Quayside on a regular basis and it’s a great way to see the River Tyne and the Quayside in all its glory. After all that fresh air, you might need a tipple and a rest – The Pitcher and Piano is a stone’s throw away!

You can find out more about River Escapes here

River Escapes Newcastle

Ouseburn Valley

A short walk from Newcastle’s Quayside is the cultural and creative quarter of Newcastle, Ouseburn Valley! 

A bustling alternative music scene, independent bars, cafes, restaurants and a really vibrant atmosphere Ouseburn is a great place to visit in Newcastle for your Hen Party!

Some great places to eat include The Ernest, which does one of the best breakfasts in the city! The Ship Inn is popular, especially in the Summer with it’s outside terrace! Also we would highly recommend Thali Tray, if you like Indians that is! Indian street food and craft beer – what more can you ask for?

If you like attending live gigs be sure to check out The Cluny which plays host to some of the UK’s best live singers, bands and entertainers every night of the week! They also have a large bar area which is extremely busy on Fridays and Saturdays – a great venue and very friendly staff!

Ouseburn Valley


As you can see there is so many places to visit in Newcastle on your Hen Party! Whether you decide to stay in the city centre, down on the Quayside, walk up to the Haymarket or even jump on the metro to the leafy suburbs of Jesmond you will always find something fun and exciting for  you and your bride tribe!! If you are going to be sampling the delights of Newcastle’s restaurants, or attending a gig make sure you book in advance as the weekends are very busy in the city!