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Welcome to our Things To Do section, where you can find out about the amazing attractions on our network.

Brighton Fringe

3rd May - 2nd June

Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival; it is open-access meaning that anyone can pay the fee, find a venue and put on an event!

Services run up to hourly to this seaside resort
This lovely location is known as ‘Kew’s Country Garden’.
South Downs National Park
The South Downs National Park is the country's newest national park.
Reigate Hill
On Route 420 & 460
This seaside town is on our Route 23
Southwater Country Park
Southwater Country Park is an 85-acre former brickworks site with three lakes, wildlife-rich grassland and pockets of flowering woodland.
Worth Park, Crawley
Worth Park covers eight hectares and includes formal gardens, recreational parkland and a lake area.
Cissbury Ring
Cissbury Ring, just to the east of the village of Findon, is one of the jewels in the crown of the South Downs National Park.
Spa Valley Railway
Steam and diesel trains on the Spa Valley Railway run through the heart of the Sussex Weald
Washbrooks Farm
The farm is family run and there are plenty of animals for everyone to see.
Penshurst Place
On Route 231 and 233
Warnham Nature Reserve
This 92-acre Reserve is located in Warnham Road in Horsham
Tulleys Farm
On our Route 84
Tilgate Park
Visit this 400 acre park for a relaxing stroll, energetic run or simply for some family fun and excitement.
Ashdown Forest
Ashdown Forest is a beautiful slice of wilderness and rural living that lies between Brighton and Tunbridge Wells.
This Arts and Crafts family home with Morris & Co. interiors, is set in a beautiful hillside garden.
Pooh Corner
Route 291 serves the village of Hartfield where the Winnie the Pooh adventures begin
Beautiful Nymans Gardens is on Route 271 and 273
Groombridge Place
Route 291 stops not far from the entrance of this attraction
A new town full of beautiful green parks and modern shopping
This bustling town has a good selection of shops
This smart and fashionable town is well worth a visit, with much to discover.
East Grinstead
The pleasant, busy Sussex market town of East Grinstead features some truly magnificent historic timber-framed buildings
Earlswood Common
Designated as a Site of Nature Conservation Importance, this 247-acre Local Nature Reserve is a pleasant place to stop and unwind.
Tunbridge Wells
Travel on our Route 291 bus route to Tunbridge Wells
Browse in Redhill’s ‘Belfry’ shopping centre, or explore the largely pedestrianised town centre with its big name stores.
Historic Dorking on Route 93, 21 and 22
The market town of Reigate has a good selection of shops, pubs, and places to eat.
Bluebell Railway
Enjoy the atmosphere of this well established railway line, with its superbly preserved steam engines and beautiful coaching stock.