Brighton Stag Weekends

That siren song you hear is the sun and sea of Brighton calling you to bring your stag party to this city just to the south of London. Brighton’s youthful and playful atmosphere is a result of more than its share of contemporary bars and modern pubs.

Daytime Activities

Brighton features a number of outdoor activities designed to allow men to unleash their wild side.

Race powerful dune buggies against each other on a dirt track featuring bumps, banked turns and jumps.

Take in the sights at the Brighton nudist beach during the day.

Hit the greyhound race track at night.

Race go karts at one of the city’s indoor tracks.

Battle each other at one of the various paintball courses throughout Brighton.

Take a life drawing class in which party members are provided paper, charcoal and an easel to create a picture of a model. The model judges all drawings and picks the winner. Drinks are available. Another class option is to learn the art of mixing drinks.

Brighton’s Nightlife

Brighton’s 300 drinking establishments make planning a successful stag weekend easy. The city’s clubs include those featuring live music as well as pubs filled with fellow revellers. Dance the night away to the sound of thumping beats and flowing drinks by heading to one of several waterfront clubs. Platinum Lace features topless and nude dancing in the city’s famous pier. It is set over two intricately decorated floors and features private booths, champagne lounges, full waitress service and continuous stage shows. Grace of Brighton features dancing women, private dance booths, VIP lounges and stag specials. Consider ending the night with a pub crawl from the centre of the city.

Places to Eat and Drink

There are numerous locations around Brighton to fill one’s stomach and quench a thirst.

The Cube Bar can be an ideal place to begin the night’s festivities, especially with its two for one cocktails and central location. It also features a wide range of beers and spirits.

The Evening Star has a large selection of ales and ciders that are budget friendly.

Getting around Brighton

It is highly recommended to not plan on driving yourselves around the city. Fortunately, this won’t be necessary. Cycling is one option and Brighton has specially-marked bicycle lanes for safety. The public transportation system is first-rate, including buses and trains that will deliver stag goers to their destination on time. Taxis will also be available, but they are a little more expensive than those in other British cities. Walking from site to site is still the best bet as most attractions are fairly centrally located.

With its abundance of bars, clubs and daytime activities all within walking distance, Brighton is one of the top cities in the UK to go for a stag weekend.