Your Adventure Awaits this Easter

1 month ago Sat 9th Apr 2022

Buster's New Forest Explorer at Burley

With the warm welcome of Buster's Beach Bus and Buster's New Forest Explorer, it is your chance to explore the Dorset coast and the New Forest by bus these Easter holidays - view the article about other places to visit during Easter here.

Make a day or two of going out by bus and exploring the area and buy Buster's Adventure Ticket giving you access to Buster's New Forest Explorer, Buster's Beach Bus and the whole of the Yellow Buses network with group tickets from £20.

To plan your journey by bus, use our Journey Planner.

Attractions from Buster's Beach Bus

Buster's Beach Bus allows you to travel from Alum Chine to Hoburne Holiday Park visiting Bournemouth Pier, Boscombe Pier, Hengistbury Head, Christchurch and Mudeford. Here are some attractions to visit while out on Buster's Beach Bus with most a small walk from the bus stop:

Attraction Info Alight the bus at
Alum Chine Play Park An amazing play space inspired by ‘Treasure Island’ and features a number of adventurous play elements inspired by the famous novel whose author, Robert Louis Stevenson Alum Chine
Alum Chine Tropical Gardens

A chine is a steep dry river valley and Alum Chine is the largest of four Chines within Bournemouth and is the perfect walk for the whole family

Alum Chine
Boscombe Pier Visit the pier of Boscombe with stunning views and scenery, crazy golf on the pier and the cafes and restaurants Boscombe Pier
Bournemouth Oceanarium Marvel at fascinating creatures from above and below the waves! Open daily from 10am to 5pm Bournemouth Pier
Bournemouth Beach Head for the golden sands and splendid sea views whatever the weather, to either the right or the left of Bournemouth Pier Bournemouth Pier
Bournemouth Gardens With stunning and rich scenery, Bournemouth Gardens has it all Bournemouth Square
Bobby's Bournemouth This is the future of bricks and mortar retail with Bobby's Beauty Hall, DRGNFLY Sushi & Champagne, Ice Cream Parlour, South Coast Makers Shop, Art Gallery and The Venue Beauty Salon Bournemouth Square
Christchurch Monday Market This bustling classic street market has been in the heart of this Saxon Market Town in the Dorset tourist area for more than a hundred years and is still the largest regular weekly street market in the South of England Christchurch High Street
Christchurch Priory Visit the first Saxon building to the glorious Priory Church on the site of Christchurch Priory for over 1300 years Christchurch High Street
Christchurch Quay Boats, swans, ducks and fantastic day outs for the whole family at the quay Christchurch High Street
Front Bike Hire Hire a bike to ride across the coastline, Sandbanks to Hengistbury Head or further inland Bournemouth Pier
Hengistbury Head Take the land train for gentle and easy access to Mudeford Sand spit, then enjoy the view with a cup of tea and a slice of cake, or something more substantial in one of the cafes Hengistbury Head Cafe
Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum  Visit the Russell-Cotes house, East Cliff hall and one of the last Victorian houses built in England Russell Cotes Museum
Rockreef Activity Centre RockReef is an all-year, all-weather attraction based on adventure sports and includes 28 Clip ’n Climb fun, themed, indoor climbing walls providing varying degrees of exciting challenges suitable for all abilities and all ages from 4-94!  
Red House Museum & Gardens A former Georgian workhouse, the Red House is now a museum exploring the story of Christchurch from before the Ice Age to modern times. Open daily from 10am to 4pm Christchurch High Street
Smugglers Cove Come and embark on a journey and be taken back in time to live the life of a smuggler. Open daily from 10am to 6pm Bournemouth Pier
Southbourne Beach Take a stroll across Southbourne beach with a cafe, crazy golf and stunning views Overcliff (Fishermans Walk)
Westbourne Visit the urban village of Westbourne for an eclectic mix of independent shops and cafes

Westbourne Arcade

Attractions from Buster's New Forest Explorer

Buster's New Forest Explorer allows you to travel from Christchurch to Ringwood visiting Highcliffe, Bransgore, New Forest and Burley. Here are some attractions to visit while out on Buster's Beach Bus with most a small walk from the bus stop:

Attraction Info Alight the bus at
Christchurch Monday Market This bustling classic street market has been in the heart of this Saxon Market Town in the Dorset tourist area for more than a hundred years and is still the largest regular weekly street market in the South of England Christchurch High Street
Christchurch Priory Visit the first Saxon building to the glorious Priory Church on the site of Christchurch Priory for over 1300 years Christchurch High Street
Christchurch Quay Boats, swans, ducks and fantastic day outs for the whole family at the quay Christchurch High Street
Highcliffe Castle Highcliffe Castle, situated on the cliffs at Highcliffe, Dorset, was built between 1831 and 1835 by Charles Stuart, 1st Baron Stuart de Rothesay in a Gothic Revival style near the site of High Cliff House, a Georgian mansion designed for the 3rd Earl of Bute with the gardens laid out by Capability Brown Castle Golf Course
New Forest Cycling Come and enjoy a healthy, active day out on one of our New Forest cycle routes, with rides for all ages and abilities and hire a bike from New Forest Cycling Burley Coach House
Visit Burley Burley depicts everything you would expect from a traditional, New Forest village. Nestling in the lee of a hill surrounded by an area of truly outstanding natural beauty. A dramatic contrast of colourful heathlands, mighty oaks, beeches and lofty pines with lots to offer including cafes and team rooms, independent shops, sweet shops and more in a small village Burley Coach House
Ringwood Brewery Tour Situated in the historic market town of Ringwood on the western edge of the New Forest the Ringwood Brewery was founded in 1978 and has tours available too book today Ringwood, Meeting House Lane
Red House Museum & gardens A former Georgian workhouse, the Red House is now a museum exploring the story of Christchurch from before the Ice Age to modern times. Open daily from 10am to 4pm Christchurch High Street

We look forward to welcoming you onboard soon.