Many of Essex’s most interesting sights are located near to Coggeshall, making it a great place to base yourself while you are in town. The East Anglian Railway Museum and the Layer Marney Tower are amongst the many popular places to discover here. If time permits, be sure to also visit the Braintree Public Gardens and Colchester Zoo.
Do try to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make the area such a great vacation choice. Visit some of the noteworthy exhibit spaces and museums including the Colchester Natural History Museum in Colchester, Hollytrees Museum and the Tymperleys Clock Museum.
To surround yourself with nature, visit the nearby green spaces. These are good spots to relax. If you’re looking for a green oasis head to the Colchester Castle Park in Colchester. See if you can spot some of the area’s special birdlife with a trip to a lake in the area such as Abberton Reservoir in Colchester.
Essex offers those who are visiting a fascinating variety of sights. When you are planning your itinerary, allow plenty of time to visit as many of them as you can. Essex is filled with reminders of the past; every local history tour should begin with a visit to Hedingham Castle in Braintree and the Colchester Castle Museum in Colchester.
There’s no excuse not to work on your game. Visit the Benton Hall Golf and Country Club in Witham, the Colchester Golf Club in Colchester and the Towerlands Park Golf Course in Braintree to enjoy great greens and challenging bunkers.
Spend a few hours with fellow soccer lovers at Melbourne Stadium, Chelmsford, cheering on local heroes, the Chelmsford City FC. Be sure to wear maroon and white, the colors of the Chelmsford City FC.
For a real taste of Coggeshall, think about staying at one of the area’s many accommodation options. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the amenities at the Best Western Marks Tey Hotel, Colchester, the Holiday Inn Express Braintree, and the Crowne Plaza Resort Colchester Five Lakes, Maldon.