End of The Road Festival is located at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset.

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BY  COACH

NATIONAL EXPRESS

National Express
 
offer an affordable, fuss-free way to make it to End of The Road 2017 from various locations across the UK. Fares start at just £16.50 return. Head to their website to find out more and to book your ticket now.

National Express offer a 25% group discount for groups of 4 or more travelling together under a coach only package. To redeem, simply book four or more tickets from the Journey Planner on their page at least three days before you travel – the discount will be automatically applied to your booking.

Journeys to the festival can be booked for either Thursday 31 August or Friday 1 September, with returns departing our site on Monday 4.

See routes and prices here.

*a £1 booking fee will be added their end

BIG GREEN COACH & SHUTTLE BUSES

We’ve teamed up with Big Green Coach for the 8th consecutive year to make getting to End of the Road easier. You can hop on a low-cost executive coach with a load of other revellers direct from London Waterloo for £34, and secure your travel straight to the festival with only £10 deposit as long as you pay the rest by 3 August!

The earlier you book the cheaper the coach seats will be, so don’t delay, begin the booking process below or head here.

Arriving by train? Big Green Coach is the exclusive shuttle bus provider and will be offering a shuttle bus service to and from Salisbury Train Station. Lower fares if booked in advance. Find out more and book here.

BY CAR

WE ARE:

104 miles West of London. (2 1/2 hour drive)
52 miles South of Bristol (90 minute drive)
23 miles North of Bournemouth (35 minute drive)

Please help us keep the festival green and use public transport wherever possible.

If you’re driving and you have a spare space in your car, we will be introducing our Lift Share Scheme nearer to the festival.

DOWNLOAD & PRINT DIRECTIONS TO END OF THE ROAD FESTIVAL 2017 HERE!

BY TRAIN

Travel to Salisbury Train Station (the trains from London Waterloo take about 90 minutes). You can look up trains here: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

There is also direct shuttle bus service from Salisbury Railway Station to the festival site, details above.

There are also a number of trusted taxi companies operating in the area that can take you from the station to the festival site (prices quoted are from 2016).

Classic Cabs – 01722 710 111 (talk to Keith) (£40 one way up to 8 people)

Value Cars Taxi / Private Hire – 01722 50 50 50 (£45 one way, £60 after 10pm)

BY LIFT SHARE

Details on finding and offering lift shares to the festival are available here