End of The Road Festival is located at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset.
National Express will once again be running great value coach services to End of the Road from London and an extensive network across the south of England and Wales. Dedicated coaches will take you directly to the festival site, with loads of room for your luggage and camping gear. Journeys are available for Thursday or Friday arrival, all leaving the festival on Monday. Travelling with National Express is always great value, but if you travel in a group of four or more, you’ll automatically receive a 25% discount on your travel to the festival.
BIG GREEN COACH
We’ve teamed up with Big Green Coach since 2010 to help you get to End of the Road easily. You can hop on a low-cost executive coach with a load of other revellers direct from London Victoria for £35, and secure your travel straight to the festival with only £10 deposit as long as you pay the rest by 19th July! The earlier you book the cheaper the coach seats will be so don’t delay.
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.
Travel to Salisbury Train Station (the trains from London Waterloo take about 90 minutes). You can look up trains here:
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. A one-way fare should cost approximately £45 per vehicle. There are 8 seater vehicles available upon request.
Classic Cabs – 01722710111
Salisbury Taxi – 01722339999
All The Sevens Taxis – 01722 777777
BY LIFT SHARE
Details on finding and offering lift shares to the festival are available here