Wigan Town Centre Pubs & Bars
Here’s a quick list of all pubs and bars within about half mile or so of Wigan Town Centre.
Award winning CAMRA pub. In 2000, following a full refurbishment, Ian & Donna opened the doors of the “The Anvil”, since when the large selection of resident and guest beers has attracted many a discerning drinker.
There is a large beer garden to the rear and a heated covered smoking area.
Dorning Street, Wigan,WN1 1ND
Wigan’s Newest Trendy Bar
9 Upper Dicconson Street, Wigan, WN1 2AD
A wide variety of draught beers and real ales. Hot and cold food served daily from 12pm – 7pm, also a children’s menu (served till 2.30pm) We show all major sporting events, 8 large flat screen tv’s and 1 massive projector screen.
27-29 Wallgate, Wigan, WN1 1LD
Bird I’th Hand
This is a proper pub; the kind that’s disappearing off the map all too quickly. That’s why Contact One Ltd have decided to renovate it back to a class act again including the pub, and three flats. Help us put a new lease of life into an old Wigan favourite.
100-102 Gidlow Lane, Wigan, WN6 7DY
The Bowling Green Hotel
Guest ales change frequently at this popular pub. Bands play music at the weekend. There are two well appointed lounges. The large beer garden at the rear can get busy in the summer and this is a favourite pub of the local football fans on matchdays.
106 Wigan Ln, Wigan, WN1 2LF
The Brocket Arms
The JD Wetherspoons pub is a 15 minute walk from the main train stations and a 10 minute walk from the bus station. Enjoy a carvery dinner with us every Sunday
38 Mesnes Rd, Wigan, WN1 2DD
The Boulevard is located right in the heart of the town center bars scene – but yet so different from all of it – The Boulevard is a unique below ground venue with an accommodating and friendly ambiance.
17A Wallgate, Wigan WN1 1LD
The New Charles Dickens
Quality cask ales and fine wines help us to provide a unique experience for the more mature, discerning drinker.
Upper Dicconson St, Wigan, WN1 2AD
Doc’s philosophy – A small free house with a welcoming atmosphere, serving cask ales, quality lagers, ciders, wines and foreign bottled beers. Promotes conversation, debating and offers a unique twist on pub grub with its selection of snackettes.
85 Mesnes St, Wigan, WN1 1QJ
Dog & Partridge
26 Wallgate, Wigan WN1 1JU
Harry’s Bar is one of Wigan’s finest and oldest pubs. Home of The World Pie Eating Championships this boozer is a must visit! Harry’s is open every day and serves a fine pint. There is also a great selection of real ales on offer.
40 Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire WN1 1JU
Hartleys was once a coaching house and is claimed to be one of the oldest pubs in Wigan. Regular beers and food served daily.
59 Standishgate, Wigan WN1 1UP
A brand new bar in Wigan serving coffee, cakes and small plates of food, as well as a great selection of wines and cocktails.
Arch 3 Queen St, Wigan WN3 4HX
New to town, Fatbird is a coffee shop by day, with a light lunch menu and bar by night. With drafts beers, a premium gin selection and great cocktail menu available – there’s something for everyone.
21 Wallgate, Wigan, WN1 1LD
Fifteens of Swinley
A true traditional pub with live music, pool, darts, sky sports & good banter. Selling some amazing local brewed cask ales and the odd national favourites, fine wines and some chilled continental lagers and ciders.
15 Upper Dicconson St, Wigan WN1 2AD
Fox & Goose
One of the longest established pubs in Wigan catering for old & new
37-39 Wigan Ln, Wigan WN1 1XR
Sophisticated & newly refurbished!
6 Arcade Street, Wigan, WN1 1DE
The John Bull Chophouse
The world famous 500yr old John Bull Chophouse… legendary jukebox. 6 cask ales .5 ciders. 3 crafty beers. Voted Wigan CAMRA pub of the year. Now with The Hop House – Cask and Craft beer bar upstairs
Coopers Row,Wigan, WN1 1PQ
Little Fifteen is situated in the heart of Wigan nightlife, a stylish unusual decor with lots for the eye to take in, furniture from around the world, paintings of all varieties to admire and special features throughout such as the love booth and ladies double loos.
17-19 Wallgate, Wigan WN1 1LD
We are located near to Wigan town centre and we provide our customers with a great atmosphere and a number of quality cask beers and lagers, so you’re going to have plenty to choose from.
67 Wigan La, Wigan WN1 2LF
The Moon Under Water
A JD Wetherspoons pub in the heart of Wigan. Serving food daily.
5-7A Market Place, Wigan WN1 1PE
The Old Pear Tree
This welcoming pub is reputed to be the oldest purpose built pub in Wigan. Refurbished a couple of years ago, it now features a couple of TV screens featuring sport it has become a favourite pub for home and away supporters of both the local football and rugby teams.
44 Frog Ln, Wigan WN1 1HG
The Old Courts
The Old Courts is a multi use building which hosts a diverse range of weekly events ranging from gigs, poetry nights and theatre performances to silent movie nights, art exhibitions, music lessons, vintage fairs and aerobics. There’s a gig one at least once a week with full bar.
Crawford St, Wigan WN1 1NA
The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak caters for all ages with a nice selection of cask ales from local Brewers and some national favourites, some great beers and a huge selection of spirits including 24 gins. The food is simple and fresh. Amazing Italian coffee served all day. Good Music is played in the background of all the lovely chatter of customers, and all major sports show daily.
111-113 Standishgate, Wigan WN1 1XL
The best PUB in Wigan, real ale takeaway beer in a carton, cocktails and live music every weekend
57 Kenyon Rd, Wigan WN1 2DU
Tap N Barrel
Wigan’s latest micro bar addition, operated by Martland Mill Brewery Tap. They offer a wide range of interesting local and regional beers, including rotating all of their own range.
16 Jaxon’s Court Wigan WN1 1LR
The Wiend Bar
A brand new sports and cocktail Bar opened in Wigan in Autumn 2015 … Sports, music, amazing drinks and the an awesome relaxed atmosphere.
4-12 The Wiend, , Wigan, WN1 1PF
Welcome to Wigan Central, Wigan’s only dedicated Real Ale & Cider Bar located in the historic Arch No. 1, Queen Street. We have brought the railway arch, which dates from the mid 19th century, back to life and given Wigan Central a unique environment and atmosphere to enjoy an eclectic variety of real ales and ciders from brewers from all corners of Britain and beyond.
Arch, 1-2 Queen St, Wigan WN3 4DY