Coach Holidays to Great Yarmouth
About Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth is East Anglia’s top seaside venue. As a result, it is a tourist hotspot for fun and opportunities to make fantastic memories. The modern seafront and the village resort of Hensby are jam packed with lots of things to do. Consequently, the resort is popular among holiday makers who enjoy exciting coach holidays to Great Yarmouth. Indoors and out, there are fun attractions, fascinating museums, thrilling theme parks, beautiful countryside and glorious beaches. Despite the British weather, there is a choice of over 60 indoor and outdoor attractions to keep you entertained. From the cinema to the tropical swimming pool, adventure golf to fairground rides and theatres to nigh clubs. For the young and young at heart, you are spoilt for choice.
Things To Do In Great Yarmouth
The popular resort has sandy beaches that stretch for miles, backed by the Marine Parade and promenade which is ideal for a gentle stroll or a ride on a horse-drawn landau. Visitors enjoy a huge range of attractions including the Model Village, a magnificent Sea Life Centre and the Hippodrome Circus, one of the longest running permanent circuses in England. Historically, Great Yarmouth’s South Quay was a bustling port, described by Daniel Defoe as ‘the finest quay in Europe’ with its many Georgian buildings.
Additonally, those with an interest in history might also enjoy the Nelson Museum and the preserved Row Houses, unique to Great Yarmouth. For the historians, explore four centuries of history under one roof when you visit the Elizabethan House Museum. Or take a step back in time at the Merrivale Old Penny Arcade and try out some old-fashioned fun by purchasing a bag of Old Pennies to try your luck against the Victorian Amusement Arcade.
Finally, one of Great Yarmouth’s most popular attractions is the Merrivale Model Village Illuminations which is situated in stunning, award winning landscaped gardens. When the day has ended, the Tower Complex is the place to be if you’re looking for leisure and entertainment all under one roof; there you will find eateries, clubs, bars and live entertainment. There’s something for everyone in England’s far East!
Cromer & The Broads
Cromer was once a small fishing village, and has a lifeboat station and RNLI museum open to the public. Its narrow twisting streets and colourful gardens are full of character. A lively seafront promenade and traditional pier frame the sandy beach. From Wroxham we take a short trip on the Norfolk Broads (boat fare included in the tour cost). Take in the tranquil and beautiful scenery while enjoying the skipper’s informative commentary. Look out for the abundance of local water birds as they come into view.
Aldeburgh & Southwold
Aldeburgh is a picturesque coastal town. Interesting buildings include the moot hall, windmill and Martello Tower. Formerly a Tudor port, Aldeburgh’s shipwrights built Drake’s Golden Hind. Southwold is a charming village on the River Blyth with a pier and lighthouse. In Aldeburgh there are many interesting buildings such as the moot hall, windmill and Martello Tower. We also visit Southwold with its pier, waterclock and lighthouse.
Bressingham Steam & Gardens
One of East Anglia’s top
attractions with truly something for everyone (trains, gardens and some
fairground attractions included in tour cost). The railways include diesel and
steam services (subject to running). Fairground rides include traditional
gallopers. Gardeners will also find plenty to entertain and inspire in the
well-planted and lovingly-tended grounds. There is also the Dad’s Army museum. Truly something for everyone! (Entrances and some train/ride fares included. Train services may vary).
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