Burnham on sea facts


Enjoy a day by the sea this weekend

Burnham-on-Sea has everything from water parks to horse riding, sand artists and watersports. With long-stretching sandy beaches and stunning coastal walks, Burnham has everything you want from a traditional British seaside away day.

Burnham-on-Sea originated as a fishing village, and now is home to the southern tip of the second longest beach in Europe. The town’s has a busy calendar of events which ensures there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this thriving seaside town.

The iconic Low Lighthouse is the last of three active lighthouses in Burnham-on-Sea and is a must-see for visitors and photographers. Whilst Burnham may have one of the longest expanses of sand, it has the shortest pier in Britain, perfect for those looking for quaint, old fashioned fun. To see Burnham from above, climb nearby Brean Down headland for incredible 360-degree panoramic views of the Somerset Levels whilst reimagining history at The Palmerston Fort.

Burnham on Sea 14th Sept 19
Under 2 Years: £10.00 GBP 3-15 Years: £13.50 GBP 16 – 54 Years: £17.50 GBP 55+ Years: £16.50 GBP
Pick up point 1
Please Choose Cannock Bus Station Salters Road, Walsall Wood Post Office, Aldridge McDonalds, Rushall Hatherton Road, Walsall Farm Foods, Leamore Norton Lane, Great Warley Downes News, Brownhills
Pick up Point 2:
Please choose if required: Asda, Darlaston Ashmore Pub Wednesbury Dale, Willenhall The Square, New Invention Bloxwich Clock Faulkland Street, Wolverhampton McDonalds, The Scotlands Bilston Police Station