Travel

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

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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)

Click here to download directions for End of The Road  2016

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.

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 will be a direct shuttle bus service from Salisbury Railway Station to the festival site, details will be announced shortly.

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 2015).

Affinity Travel – 07833471429 (talk to Ben) £33

Onyx Taxi – 01980652227 (talk to Derek) £35 up to 22:00, after that they charge more.
Onyx keep a cab on site over the whole weekend and offer a double-up service, meaning if they’re picking one person up  and another calls for the same journey, they ask if they’d like to share the taxi, enabling them to split the cost.

Classic Cabs – 01722 710 111 (talk to Keith) £35
Additional charges apply before 7am and after 10 pm

BY COACH & SHUTTLE BUS

NATIONAL EXPRESS

Coach tickets are on sale now!

National Express are offering an affordable, fuss free way to make it to End of The Road 2016 from various locations across the UK. 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 this page at least three days before you travel – the discount will be automatically applied to your booking.

See routes and prices here.

*a £1 booking fee will be added their end

Journey’s to the festival can be booked for either Thursday 1 or Friday 2 September, with returns departing our site on Monday 5.

BY SHUTTLE BUSES

Big Green Coach will return for 2016 to operate frequent coach services between Salisbury train station and the festival site operating on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday.

For more information and to book, visit their site here.

BY LIFT SHARE

If none of the above work for you, check out our lift share widget below to see who is travelling down from your local area.