You can’t deny that Manchester has bags of talent – as a stag weekend destination that is. Of course there are other kinds of talent; the kind you’ll realise when you encounter the variety of lap-dancing and pole dancing bars centred around party populous Deansgate. If you haven’t been out once in Manchester, you really haven’t lived!
The cosmic, contemporary city is packed to the gills with nightlife hot spots and world class clubbing venues. You’ll have no doubt heard the list of big dance industry names (those who usually serve up their talent in Ibiza) sch as Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto and Westwood (OK he’s more hip-hop, but you get the picture.) From the mighty M.E.N. Arena, to big-brand Fusion, there’s a venue for any kind of music in this stag party hub.
Before you contemplate the simplicity of another urban pub crawl, you might be interest to learn about what Manchester has to offer during the day. Think a Manchester stag weekend only begins when the sun starts to dip? Think again!
If there is a majority of thrill-seekers among your band of merry men, then your hopes for a quiet pint at the back of a lap-dancing club are going to be well and truly dashed. The famous Mancunian“Didsbury Dozen” pub crawl will also have to be put on the back burner. With quad-biking, F1 kart racing, bungee jumping and abseiling on offer all within a 5-mile radius of the city centre, you’ll be hard pushed to find an excuse for not including one of them on your Manchester stag weekend agenda.
After a hell-raising day at the dog or dirt track, a few bevvies with the lads in
preparation for your Manchester stag weekend of debauchery is going to be well and truly in order. Thinking about tucker? Don’t bother. HMS 69′s newest party boat experience combines all of the essentials. Beer, barbecue and usually babes are catered for aboard the River Princess, which departs every night from The Lowry Hotel. Commencing on a round trip, you’ll take in a number of sights as the beats and beer take hold. So even if you don’t actually see the paintings, you can still tell the lads who didn’t make it that you took in a bit of culture – in the form of the Lowry Art Gallery’s exterior!