Things to do and places to go in and around Burnham-On-Sea
There’s lots of things to do and places to go in Burnham, whatever the weather…
Superb sandy beaches – Burnham has one of the longest stretches of glorious golden sand in Europe – seven miles in total! See our complete beach guide here.
Apex Park – A wildlife haven in Burnham that’s fully open to the public. Includes places to fish, a children’s play area, skate park and walks – read more here.
Swimming – Enjoy a cooling, relaxing swim at Burnham Pool, which is open daily to all. Telephone 01278 785909 for details.
Golf – Among several courses in the area is The Burnham and Berrow Golf Club. This championship course is highly recommended. There’s also a second course at Brean Leisure Centre and an all-weather golf driving range on the A38 between the M5 motorway and Highbridge.
Eating out – There are scores of great places to eat in Burnham-On-Sea to suit every taste. Choose from English, French, Italian, Chinese or Indian. A complete guide to restaurants, cafes and take-aways is available here.
Amusement arcades – Have fun playing bingo and the tuppeny falls on Burnham Pier or play the great range of slot machines and latest arcade games at Sunspot Amusements.
Fishing – Anglers can reel in some great catches in Burnham. Opportunities are available for fishing from the beach, rivers and at Apex Lake. Also Wall Eden Farm East Huntspill, Highbridge, Somerset. TA9 3PU. Also onsite Accommodation. …More Details
Shopping – Burnham-On-Sea has a thriving, busy town centre with a high street offering everything from clothes and souvenirs to fresh fish and dry cleaning! There’s a good mix of traditional stores and chainstores. Have a look at our shopping guide.
Crafts – Why not have a go at painting your own pottery. Parties also catered for. Ideal gift from Burnham-on-Sea, or to remember a special occasion. See Purrr-fect Pottery located in Highbridge.
Indoor/Outdoor Activities – Wall Eden Farm East Huntspill, Highbridge, Somerset. TA9 3PU. Archery, Air rifle Target Shooting, Pottery Painting and Potters Wheel. Also Fishing (outside). Also onsite Accommodation.
Boating and sailing – Go for a day’s fishing or just sailing around Bridgwater Bay. You will need a launch permit to use the jetty – these can be obtained from the Tourist Information Centre (Telephone 01278 787852).