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Sunderland minibus hire

Welcome to Sunderland! OMBH is delighted to provide you with minibus hire Sunderland services, where you can discover a choice of cars to fit your requirements, especially our mini bus hire Sunderland.

Sunderland is a port city in the English county of Tyne and Wear. It is the administrative centre of Sunderland and is located in the ancient county of Durham. The town is located 10 miles from Newcastle-upon-Tyne at the mouth of the River Wear, which flows into the North Sea.

Sunderland Attractions

Visit Sunderland's centuries-old history and heritage to uncover the unexpected using Sunderland minibus hire services. Discover how Sunderland's industrial hinterland has been transformed into a patchwork of wildlife-rich green spaces. Book coach hire Sunderland and see all the attractions on your bucket list!

Explore the charming market towns and villages surrounding Sunderland, each with a distinct personality. Please get in touch with us in advance if you intend to travel to any airport so that we can provide you with low-cost bus hire Sunderland services. We will greet you at the airport and take you on a city tour.

We Provide

We provide a choice of transportation options. You may lease everything from a budget van hire Sunderland to a fancy minibus. We have an 8 seater minibus as well as 24 seater minibus. We provide some of the best vehicles that are precisely built.

We have a large fleet of coaches and minibuses to make things easier. We can assist you in finding flights, whether you're travelling for work or pleasure.


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Things To DO in Sunderland

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Sunderland is a city with various facets. Since its beginnings as the monastic centre of Monkweamouth in the 7th century, the city has undergone multiple transformations, from industrial hubs to modern, multicultural metropolises with African, Chinese, and Pakistani communities.

Explore museums and galleries, catch a show at Sunderland Empire, or make sandcastles on Roker and Seaburn beaches. Sunderland is also near Newcastle and Durham so you may combine your vacation with a tour of the North East.

  • Roker And Seaburn Beaches

Although Sunderland may not be considered a traditional beach resort, its twin beaches have miles of golden sand and have received Blue Flag awards.

It has been a favorite picnic area for Sunderland's Mackems for hundreds of years. Make a sandcastle or wander down Roker Pier to the lighthouse.

To get to the pier, you'll need to go during low tide, so verify before you go.

  • Sunderland Empire

Even if you aren't going to watch a performance, the North East's most prominent theatre is worth a look. There's an hour-and-a-half tour dedicated to the history of this historic Edwardian institution, which includes access to dressing rooms and the stage itself. This 100-year-old Sunderland landmark is breathtaking both inside and out.

Jersey Boys and stand-up by Jason Manford and Russell Brand are on the 2018 lineup.

  • Washington Wetland Center

Nobody can say that Sunderland lacks an exotic side.

Washington Wetland Centre spans 45 hectares and is home to tropical birds, fantastic invertebrates, and beautiful woods on the River Wear. The place is a pleasant layover for migrating birds (including entire flocks of herons) making their journey across the North Sea, which means that no matter what time of year you visit, you're sure to see something unusual.

Even if the weather isn't cooperating, there are lots of covered and indoor locations to explore and a changing schedule of art shows.

  • Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens

If you've never seen a 135-year-old lion before, you've never seen Wallace, who has lived in the area since the nineteenth century. The museum has an unusual collection of exhibits that all work together to tell the city's tales. There's a lot to see here, from the first Nissan car to roll off the Sunderland assembly line in 1986 to some far older Anglo-Saxon artifacts.

The Art Gallery features one-time Sunderland native L.S. Lowry. At the same time, the contemporary Winter Gardens are an ironic tropical paradise beneath a glass dome - with 2,000 types of plants that may be viewed along a tree-top promenade.

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