Chichester among England’s best-loved free attractions

The Novium. Photograph by Kate Shemilt. C130242-1 ENGSUS00120130220104318
The Novium. Photograph by Kate Shemilt. C130242-1 ENGSUS00120130220104318

The Novium Chichester has been voted one of the most-loved free attractions in England, according to a new poll.

The popular venue appears in a top 50 locations across the country.

The poll was topped by The Lake District in Cumbria, with Brighton’s Palace Pier, the Peak District hills, Hadrian’s Wall, and Newquay’s beaches completing the top five.

It is hoped the survey of a thousand people undertaken by National Express, will help inspire people to have fun for free ahead of the half-term holidays. All the attractions are free though some welcome donations.

It is part of the UK’s largest coach operator’s ‘Get out of London’ campaign to help open the eyes of people living in the capital to all the amazing attractions they can visit across the country.

National Express Managing Director Chris Hardy said: “It can be expensive keeping kids entertained over half term do so we’ve pulled together a list showing people how they can make the most of the holidays for free. There’s no end of incredible sights to soak up in Bedfordhsire for free and we hope our poll helps inspire people to visit somewhere new this half term”.

National Express runs coaches all over the UK, including the major airports, allowing people to enjoy Britain and beyond affordably. Ticket prices start at £5.

To book tickets visit: www.nationalxpress.com.