Places to Visit
There are loads of great reasons to use our expansive bus network. Take a look at our top suggestions below and if you see somewhere you like then use our Service finder to plan your journey.
Using 2 or more of our services? Get unlimited travel across Chambers and Hedingham networks. Adult Day £8.50 (£7.30 16-19, £6.30 Child, Family £12.50*) and Weekly £35 (£30 16-19, £27 Child)...Bargain! Buy on bus with cash or with the East Anglia Buses app - Anywhere day tickets are cheaper on our app!
The seafront gardens are a carpet of glorious colour throughout the season and provide a backdrop for miles of golden sandy beaches and the town's fun packed pier.Visit Essex's website
Hop aboard our open top bus this summer in Clacton! Route 134 runs along the seafront to Holland on Sea every 30 mins Mon-Sat. Clacton Family Day ticket only £5.80.
Colchester is Britain’s oldest recorded Town. Visit Colchester Castle Museum (reopens 30-Apr-14) for a superb insight into Britain’s first Roman City or take a stroll in Castle Park and admire the beautiful flowers.Visit Colchester's website
Colne Valley Railway
Sample the atmosphere and take a ride on an award winning period country railway. The pretty line is almost a mile long, with station buildings, signal boxes and bridges all lovingly restored and rebuilt.Visit CVR's website
Nestled in the Colne Vally Earls Colne is a picturesque village with something for everyone. Take a stroll around the village and admire the 14th century Church, historic houses and many restaurants & pubs!Visit Earls Colne Parish Council's website
Walton on the Naze
Walton is a traditional seaside town on the east coast, unique in that it is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Its three miles of gently shelving sandy beaches facing south-east stretch from Frinton to the Naze.Visit Walton on the Naze website
There’s a distinct sense of adventure about a trip to Mersea Island. Enjoy the shops, guesthouses and restaurants, or relax on the beach, watching the activity at the boat-repair yards, taking in the dramatic, wide skies and estuary view.Visit Essex website