Coach Holidays to Brighton
Search for coach holidays to Brighton in 2015 and book the best value coach tours and trips to Brighton and the surrounding area. Brighton coach holidays are available throughout with great deals available on summer 2015 coach trips and excellent value Summer breaks and holidays. Our coach trips to Brighton are available from local departure points across the UK with a variety of leading coach opertators. Coach holidays are available to East Sussex and the South Downs taking in Brighton and areas of beauty and interest nearby. Brighton is one of the most animated, bold and creative cities in the whole of Europe. This unique, fun and historic city is one of the most popular destinations in the UK. Nestled between the South Downs & the sea on the south coast, Brighton offers a mix of Regency heritage and seaside delight. A fantastic mixture of iconic attractions, famed nightlife, award winning restaurants and attractions, arts, culture & year round festivals & events, means there is always something to entertain..
We have a wide range of coach trips to Brighton from cheap last minute coach trips to touring options that take in multiple destinations across England.
Coach Holidays to Brighton 2015
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Brighton Coach Tour Highlights
If you are interested in a coach holiday to Brighton the following attractions rank as the best places to sea in Brighton and the surrounding East Sussex countryside.
Brighton Coach Holiday Highlights
The most popular attractions in and around Brighton are;
- The Lanes
- Ashdown Llama Park
- Booth Museum of Natural History
- Queens Park
- Hove Park
- Brighton Marina
- Brighton Pier
Read on for more information about these and further attractions you can visit on a coach trip to Brighton
Until the late 1700s when its status was propelled into being one of the most fashionable cities in the South of England, Brighton was a small fishing town. However in the mid 1700s it was claimed that the salt water of Brighton had medicinal purposes and so people began to flock to this sleepy little town. It's thought that the arrival of the Prince Regent (who later became George IV) was what sparked Brighton into becoming one of the most fashionable towns on the south coast.
In the 1800's the town strengthened further, with the opening of the London to Brighton railway line and the building of the Palace Pier, and the Victorian era saw the building of some of Brighton's most famous landmarks today. These landmarks, the beach and surrounding attractions have made Brighton a popular coach holiday destination over the years.
Places of interest / attractions in Brighton
Coach holidays to Brighton provide the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest.
The LanesSet in the historic quarter the lanes are a maze of delightful alleyways. Packed with quaint shops and trendy restaurants and cafes, the Brighton Lanes are a wonderful place to explore. Buskers often liven up the streets adding to the pleasant atmosphere.
Royal PavilionTransformed by John Nash, into one of the most stunning and exotic buildings in the British Isles. This spectacular palace of the Prince Regent houses a wealth of luxuries, furniture and works of art.
Preston ManorHome to the Stanford family for over 200 years. This delightful manor still maintains its original Edwardian atmosphere. Take a tour around the house and get a real taste of live from this period. Why not take a look at the well-preserved servants quarters, and see another side of this great building.
Sea Life CentreThe Brighton sea life centre offers a fun family day out, whilst learning about the various inhabitants of the sea. With over 150 species and 57 displays, there is something to capture everybody's imagination.
Brighton PierA traditional Victorian pier with plenty to entertain. Why not stop at the amusements and funfair or maybe grab a bite to eat.
Brighton MarinaOne of Europe's largest marina's, Brighton Marina is home to a great range of entertainment; you will be spoilt for choice with the amount it has to offer.
Booth Museum of Natural HistoryWith over half a million specimens, natural history, literature and data extending back over three centuries Booth museum of natural history is an enjoyable day for all ages.
Brighton Fishing MuseumBrighton's past fishing industry is brilliantly presented at the fishing museum located right on the seafront.
Brighton Museum & Art GalleryThese innovative galleries are home to a variety of work, including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and world art.
Brighton Toy and Model MuseumBecome a child again as you explore the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, packed full of childhood treasures, it is a wonderful place for all ages.
City Sightseeing Tour of BrightonRunning daily from 2 May until 20 September. This wonderful open-top tour offers an informed and relaxed tour of Brighton.
Volks railwayRunning every 15 minutes for one and a quarter miles along the top of the beach from the Aquarium Station to the Marina, Volks railway is Britain's oldest electric railway dating back to 1883.
Queens ParkThis easily accessibly park has something for everyone. With a lake with ducks to feed, playground, sandpit, wildlife garden and scented gardens, Queens park as a relaxing get away off the beaten track.
Places of interest / attractions near Brighton
Coach holidays to Brighton provides the opportunity to visit a number of attractions and places of interest in the surrounding area.
Kipling Gardens - RottingdeanThese stunning Gardens once formed part of The Elms where Rudyard Kipling lived from 1897-1902. The gardens include a "wild garden" for picnics & croquet can be seen during the summer, and scented gardens.
Hove Park - HoveHome to the Goldstone, weighing about 20 tons, this magnificent rock is believed to have been used by the Druids for worship. Another of the park's wonderful attractions is the miniature steam railway, which runs during the summer weekends.
Hove Lagoon - HoveOpened in 1930, the layout of Hove Lagoon remains very much the same today, and is generally used as a venue for model yachting or boats.
Ashdown Llama Park - Ashdown ForestExplore the Ashdown forest and learn about llamas and alpacas with the entire family. The Llama Park is home to large herds of llamas, alpacas and even some reindeer.
Hove Museum & Art Gallery - HovePriding itself as a centre of learning and enjoyment for people of all ages. The Hove Museum and Art Gallery has plenty to offer everyone.
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Special Events in Brighton in 2015
If you are considering a coach tour or coach trip to Brighton in 2015 the following are a selection of well attended events taking place in Brighton throughout the year. So if you are interested in attending these events search for your coach holiday to Brighton around these dates.
|Sand Sculpture Festival||27th April - 27th Sep 2015|
|Brighton Festival||May 2015|
Whenever you choose a coach holiday or coach tour to Brighton you are sure
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