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Expect plenty of beer and boozy nights when it comes to a stag do in Sheffield.
Sometimes referred to as the 'real ale capital of the world', Sheffield has a fine selection of craft beers. There is even a pub right next to the train station. On top of that, there is plenty of stag do activities, live music events, beer festivals and everything else a stag could ever need or want.
If you’re looking for some top-class stag do activities, then Yorkshire is the place to be. All your favourites, like karting or paintball, are here in abundance. But not every Sheffield stag weekend is filled with non-stop action, sometimes it’s best to chill out with the lads at one of the many microbreweries for Craft Beer Tasting.
However, if you’re looking for a jam-packed day full of heart-racing activities then look no further than our Triple Activity Combo. You and the boys can choose three fantastic activities from; Dodgeball, Footgolf, Binocular Football, Old School Sports Day, Shock Football and our favourite, Bubble Football!
Sheffield has a varied nightlife scene spread throughout the city. Some of the best pubs and bars are the Antiques Quarter, Ecclesall Road and Kelham Island, but the majority of the nightlife is around the city centre.
Division Street, Carver Street and West Street are the main hub for nightlife in the city centre. There is a wide range of bars and clubs for you to check out and you can see the best of them with a Maximise Bar Crawl. We can even organise a club entry a,d a private VIP booth for you to spend the night in.
Sheffield has a huge indie music scene. In Leopold Square, you'll find are live-outdoor performances throughout the summer. Plus, there is a range of great restaurants there. A chic dinner in a posh restaurant doesn’t work for all stags so a Steak and Drink dinner may be better for you guys.
Although Sheffield doesn’t have the extensive rail services of other UK cities, you can still get around using public transport. Almost every hotel and attraction is within walking distance of a bus, train or tram station.
Daily travel card prices vary, but if you want to have all-day access, to the tram, bus and train, you’re looking at around £8.50 per person.
Sheffield is home to the world’s oldest football club, but not the one you think! Not United, not Wednesday, but Sheffield FC. First mooted in 1855 and formed on the 24th of October 1857, Sheffield FC play in the Northern Premier League Division One East, the 8th tier of English football. It’s interesting, but being so low down in the football pyramid means finding a game on TV is not going to happen!
At an average price of around £3.70 a pint, Sheffield is around £1 or so cheaper per pint than London. Doesn’t sound like much? Think of 20 guys, drinking 10 pints each and come back to us!
Sheffield has some world-class theatres, and they’re the best outside the capital. The Lyceum is a spectacular venue and well worth checking out if you're looking for a show on your Stag Do.
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