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The beast from the east!

Norwich is flying the party flag for the East of England with its extensive range of awesome stag adventures and its energetic nightlife! Check out our Norwich stag weekend options for yourselves and see what the buzz is about!

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What they said about Norwich...

Rated 4.67/5 from 6 reviews

I found Groupia to provide an excellent service. We had an epic stag weekend, saved me a lot of man-hours trying to coordinate this weekend on my own. Groupia made it very affordable for different incomes in my group to be able to make payments when they chose to.

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06/07/2019 -
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8 Best Norwich Stag Do Ideas

  1. Lightsaber School - Channel your inner Jedi as you try to master the force.
  2. Golf Simulator - Do battle on some of the world’s greatest courses. “Forreeee!”
  3. Zombie Paintball - We’ve taken a stag classic and put an epic undead twist on it.
  4. Bubble Football - Bounce to victory as you crank up the stag mayhem.
  5. High Ropes Course - Take the competition to the skies as you tackle an aerial course.
  6. Quad Biking - Kick up some dust as you carve up the tough terrain on your own quads.
  7. Go Karting - Put pedal to the metal as you leave the stags in your wake.
  8. Battle Archery Tag - A true test of stag agility.

A Guide To Your Norwich Stag Weekend

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Action Stations!

Fans of Alan Partridge (Aha!) will already know Norwich is a fast-paced thriving 'metropolis', with charming waterways, and a fine selection of petrol station pasties. But it's also stuff full of top draw stag action including High Ropes Course,  Bubble Football, Paintball, Quad Bikes, Go Karts and more...

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Best Bars in Norwich

A stroll around the Lanes of this awesome Norfolk town will lead you to all manner of watering holes. Self-service wine bar? Indie spirit havens? Craft beer pioneers? Norwich has it all. Down by Friars Quay, you’ll find a more traditional vibe with cosy pubs that boast bouncing beer gardens in summer.

The Castle Quarter is a rich resource of the best and biggest names in booze, but with the casual, stylish flavour of Norwich weaved in. The town caters for the more sophisticated stag, and you can enjoy an upmarket whiskey in luxe (and a little hipster-ish) surroundings.

So, whether you’re a group who love a pub sesh, or an opportunity to get suited and booted before the big wedding day, you’ll have a blast here.

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Where to Head...

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The Golden Triangle is the epicentre of Norwich's party scene, Prince of Wales Street has a wide variety of pubs, bars and restaurants. Exchange St and St Andrews St are also hotspots for evening stag action. To save you shelling out for cabs or wasting time on the road which could be spent at the bar all StagWeb's accommodation is situated right in the heart of the city centre ensuring you're always within staggering distance of your hotel at the end of the night. 

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Thankfully you won't find many hills to overcome in Norfolk which means walking off those hangovers is easy on the hamstrings. The Broads and canals in and around the city offer quiet paths to get away from it all and let the lads recover from the Stag Dares and Drinking Games.

ALANISMS

Norwich is the home to the UK's greatest ever radio personality, Alan Partridge. So as fitting tribute here are a few quotes from
Lord Alan of Partridge... Back of the net:

  • "Let me tell you something about the Titanic, people forget, people forget that on the Titanic's maiden voyage there were over 1000 miles of uneventful, very pleasurable cruising before it hit the iceberg!"
  • "Lynn, get rid of her. She's a drunk racist. I'll tolerate one, but not both."
  • "There's never any graffiti in the hotel. Although in the Gents a couple of weeks a go I did see someone had drawn a lady's part. Quite detailed. The guy obviously had talent."
  • "The temperature inside this apple pie is over 1000 degrees. If I squeeze it, a jet of molten bramley apple will squirt out. Could go your way; could go mine. Either way, one of us is going down!"
  • "Smell my cheese you mother!"
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On Ya Bike! Getting Around Norwich

Norwich city centre is really compact and much of it pedestrianised so there's no need to shell out for cabs for a big night out as all StagWeb's hotels are right in the heart of the city centre keeping you close to the action.
If you are looking for a cost effective way to get the lads around the Fusion ticket allows you unlimited bus travel around the city.

SPEAKING THE LINGO

"Arternune" - Good afternoon.
"Floater" - Type of dumpling .
"Bootiful!" - Jolly good.
"'errre, therrrre's a floater in moy stu." - I say, there's a dumpling in my casserole.
"Oil do it dreckly" - I'll do that right away/tomorrow/sometime-ish
"Muckwash" - Sweat
"Jiffle" - Fidget
"e's got a proper muckwash on and 'e can't stop jiffling. Oi reckon 'e knows whar'appens" - The groom seems most perturbed, do you think he knows our evil plans?!?

Home of Alan Partidge.

A guide to your Norwich stag do

Birthplace of the mighty Alan Partridge, Norwich is a real hive of stag weekend activities and entertainment that might just come to surprise you all!


There's always something going on and the leisure industry here is really taking off, with clubs, bars and restaurants to suit everyone, as well as a wide variety of outdoor and nightlife activities when you book through us. Lively Great Yarmouth is just down the road too, so if you fancy a dip in the sea or some exhilarating watersports, this stunning coastal resort is absolutely perfect! And if none of that convinces you, then know this: Norwich has the highest concentration of pubs per square mile out of anywhere in the UK. Heavyweight stag do destinations like Newcastle and London should be quaking in their boots when faced with the sheer volume and variety of options available for your Norwich stag do when you fancy a pint - and they don't let the quantity overshadow the quality either, with a strong reputation for some great real ale too.

When to visit Norwich?

Just like the rest of the UK, the weather in Norwich isn't necessarily to be relied on but in summer, some really great sunshine days can be enjoyed by the sea or in the Norfolk broads, making it ideal for outdoor activities with the boys. We've got plenty of indoor options on hand too however, so this city is perfect all year round, as there's always something to suit. In May, pay a visit to the Norfolk and Norwich Festival on your Norwich stag do, which has been running for over 200 years and includes music and dance, performances, theatre, comedy and concerts. In late June to early July, there's the Wymondham Music Festival and around the same time is Worstead Festival, the largest village fete in the country! In September, the city runs Bidwells Norwich Food Festival which celebrates all of Norfolk's very finest food produce and then in October the Norwich Beer Festival has to be worth a look, with a huge selection of beers and top quality entertainment. In December, Norwichristmas is an ingeniously named festive period in the city which is sure to kick off the Christmas spirit with a bang, including markets, food and entertainment. Whenever you visit, there's something going on!

Where to be in Norwich

During the day, the Norwich Chapelfield mall on Chapelfield Road houses some great shops and is close by to everything you'll need over the course of the weekend. It used to be a Cadbury's chocolate factory and has a distinctive 'cigar wrapped in wire' statue sticking out tall beyond the city skyline - well, each to their own... Both cathedrals in Norwich are well worth a look and the area around the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist has plenty of bars, restaurants and green spaces surrounding it. Although Prince of Wales Street is the main drag when the sun goes down, travel a little further towards the centre and enjoy great food and sights around Exchange Street and St Andrews street. Norwich is a gourmand's paradise, so if you're a bit of a foodie or are just feeling particularly peckish, make sure to check out the famous Coleman's mustard shop and see who can handle the hottest blend or head to local cult favourite The Waffle House on St. Giles Street for a real Belgian sugar rush on your Norwich stag do!

Your Norwich stag

"I was a bit bored so I dismantled my Corby Trouser Press."

Norwich has so much to offer your group, not only is it located in the beautiful East Anglian countryside and Norfolk Broads which are perfect for outdoor activities, it also boasts a well-equipped city centre that has everything you and the boys will need for any successful Norwich stag do. We have epic Norwich packages to choose from to find the combination that's right for you. Norwich isn't the first choice for most groups making it perfect with a massive range of awesome activities to get stuck into.

Alan Partidge - King of Norwich

Perhaps one of Norwich's most famous residents, radio DJ and sometime chat show host, Alan Gordon Partridge is a comedy classic and has recently re-entered the public eye with his new radio station hostage film, Alpha Papa.

Here are ten things you might not know about our favourite cult comedy character...

  1. He began his career as a sports reporter on The Day Today
  2. After his production company Pear Tree Productions folded, he developed a dangerous addiction to Toblerone bars and had to be pulled back from the brink by his ever-faithful PA, Lynn. 
  3. The Spy who Loved Me is his favourite film.
  4. His son is named Fernando.
  5. He invented a cocktail named the 'Ladyboy', which features lager, gin and Baileys.
  6. He once advertised a new drink named 'Sprunt' by sitting in a Jacuzzi in hotpants.
  7. Partridge first appeared in the radio 4 show On the Hour in 1991.
  8. His ex-girlfriend Sonja was 14 years his junior - 'cashback!'
  9. His first book Bouncing Back didn't sell well and had to be pulped.
  10. He has an extensive collection of What Car magazine.

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