If your wedding is just around the corner, then the chances are that you’ll be planning a stag do with your friends and family. However, if you’re not one for drinking until the early hours of the morning, or you don’t want to head off for a holiday in the sun with your mates, consider these five ideas for a stag do weekend.

Take part in a food challenge

You’ve seen the TV shows, now why not compete in a food challenge of your very own? Whether you’re up for a burger or a steak, food challenges are a fun and competitive way to spend time with your friends – but they’re not for the faint hearted! Bring together your closest friends with empty stomachs, and compete in a food challenge in your local pub or restaurant. Many challenges include eating an entire plate of food in a set period, with prizes including free drinks and t-shirts

Hire a sports car

If your stag do budget doesn’t stretch to a BMW or a Mercedes, don’t fret. With the sports car hire service from Prestige Keys, you can live like a footballer for the day, driving around town in one powerful vehicle. We’ve got some of the very best cars for you to choose from, including the BMW M3 Saloon, the Mercedes C63 AMG Convertible and the Range Rover SVR. Which will you choose?

Bubble football

Bubble football is simple. Bring together your favourite mates, strap yourself into a giant bubble, and bounce around while competing to take home the trophy. It’s a novel afternoon out, and a great start to a stag do weekend. Available across the country, bubble football is fun, affordable, and requires no previous football skills – just a good sense of humour and a willingness to fall over!

Escape rooms

Escape rooms have exploded in popularity in recent years, and are now one of the most popular attractions in the country. You’ll be locked in a room with your best friends, and have to unlock clues to escape. You’ll be testing your wits, problem-solving skills, patience and, in some cases, your friendship! Exit Games has put together a handy list of escape rooms and experiences across the United Kingdom, so check it out before you make a booking to ensure you’re picking the right one.

Theme parks

There’s nothing quite as exhilarating as the initial drop from Blackpool’s Big One, so consider visiting a theme park with your closest friends for a day of screams and thrills. The UK is home to several award-winning parks, such as Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Legoland Windsor and Drayton Manor, so find a park that ticks all of your boxes, and have a great day out!

There you have it – five great alternatives to a stag do on the town. Wherever you end up and whatever you choose to do with your time, have fun!

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