Attractions we serve

  • Ashdown Forest

    Route 270 and 291 serve beautiful Ashdown Forest

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  • Bluebell Railway

    The beautiful preserved steam railway is served by many of our routes.

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  • Box Hill

    Our newest destination - on Route 21.

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  • Cissbury Ring

    On our Route 23 this iron age earthwork is located on the edge of the village of Findon

  • Earlswood Common and Lakes

    On our Routes 430 and 435

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  • Epsom Downs Racecourse

    Jump on Route 460 or 480 to the racecourse

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  • Go Ape, Crawley

    Go Ape is a tree top adventure playground high in the trees at Tilgate Park, Crawley.

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  • Groombridge Place

    Route 291 stops not far from the entrance of this attraction

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  • Lingfield Park Racecourse

    Route 281 serves the racecourse

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  • Nymans

    Beautiful Nymans Gardens is on Route 271 and 273

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  • Penshurst Place

    On Route 231 and 233

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  • Pooh Corner

    Route 291 serves the village of Hartfield where the Winnie the Pooh adventures begin

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  • Priest House

    The delightful Priest House which is now a fascinating Folk Museum.

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  • Reigate Hill

    On Route 420 & 460

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  • South Downs National Park

    The South Downs National Park is the country's newest national park.

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  • Southwater Country Park

    Southwater Country Park is an 85-acre former brickworks site with three lakes, wildlife-rich grassland and pockets of flowering woodland.

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  • Spa Valley Railway

    Steam and diesel trains on the Spa Valley Railway run through the heart of the Sussex Weald between Tunbridge Wells and Eridge via Groombridge.

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  • Standen

    This Arts and Crafts family home with Morris & Co. interiors, is set in a beautiful hillside garden.

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  • Tilgate Park

    Visit this 400 acre park for a relaxing stroll, energetic run or simply for some family fun and excitement.

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  • Tulleys Farm

    On our Route 84

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  • Treasure Chest Soft Play Centre

    Treasure Chest Soft Play Centre is a family entertainment centre for children up to the age of 11

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  • Wakehurst

    This lovely location is known as ‘Kew’s Country Garden’. Open all year, it features an Elizabethan mansion set in over 500 acres of glorious gardens and woodland.

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  • Warnham Nature Reserve

    The 17-acre Warnham Millpond, originally created as part of the Sussex iron-working industry, survives here intact and attracts all sorts of wildlife.

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  • Washbrooks Farm

    The farm is family run and there are plenty of animals for everyone to see.

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  • Worth Park

    Worth Park (formerly known as Milton Mount Gardens) in Pound Hill, covers eight hectares and includes formal gardens, recreational parkland and a lake area which is a site of nature conservation interest.

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