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Grimsby Cleethorpes

Grimsby Buses

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Seaside walks and green pastures await in Grimsby, a Lincolnshire town that’s steeped in history. Whether you’re exploring the Humber or passing through for work, you’ll find plenty to do, plus connections to major cities such as Hull and Lincoln. Whatever you’re doing, you can get there with Stagecoach. Discover the best bus routes and tickets for your journey.

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Grimsby bus pass tickets

Cruise around during the school holidays or extend your visit with our range of bus passes.

For day trippers, the best value ticket you’ll find is the Grimsby DayRider, available for both adults and children. You can buy using contactless on the bus, or for adult tickets, you can download the Stagecoach mobile app. More discounts are available with our Grimsby HolidayRider tickets, available for children and young people in Grimsby and Cleethorpes, during the school holidays.

Longer stays come cheaper with Stagecoach’s selection of weekly MegaRider tickets. You can buy these on the Stagecoach app or sign up for a smartcard online – simply hop on board, tap and go! Our weekly tickets cover Grimsby, the Humber or further afield in the East Midlands. Choose your route and start saving.


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If you’re a resident or planning to stay for a long while, you may benefit from our multi-week tickets. Travel for up to four weeks in Grimsby, the Humber or in the East Midlands. Alternatively, extend your discounts with a rolling direct debit. Choose how long you want to travel for and simply top up your smartcard with our longer-than-a-month tickets. These also cover Stagecoach East Midlands buses in Cleethorpes, available on smartcard.

You may qualify for free travel if you’re of State Pension age or have a disability. Ask your local council for a concessionary bus pass and we’ll do the rest. Alternatively, if you don’t qualify, you can still benefit from discounts such as East Midlands Day Out, Grimsby DayRider and Grimsby DayRider Plus tickets.

Popular Grimsby routes



Visit your local area

Make your way from Louth bus station to tourist stop-off points like the Lincolnshire Wolds on service 51. The route stops at Scartho, Princess Diana of Wales Hospital and more before terminating at Grimsby Riverhead Exchange. Catch it hourly throughout the day from Louth.


Download our service 51 timetable


Travel between Grimsby & Cleethorpes

Make the most of your DayRider or MegaRider ticket and head to Cleethorpes on a number of bus routes across the town. Buses leave from Riverhead Exchange and serve stops in Cleethorpes, along the seafront. The services run throughout the day.  


Find out more about our services across Grimsby 



Travel to Grimsby town centre

For a quick dash through Grimsby's marketplaces, hop on the number 6 bus from Immingham and service 5 from Wybers Wood to Grimsby town centre. The services run half hourly throughout the day, terminating in Victoria Street.


Download our service 5 ad 6 timetable

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Grimsby availability

Don’t stress about advanced booking with Stagecoach. Our Grimsby services operate regularly, 7 days a week. Find out how much you could save and plot your journey with Stagecoach today - just download the Stagecoach app or search for your destination online.


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Grimsby bus station

Grimsby Riverhead Exchange is located on Freshney Place, DN31 1AA. The station is within easy reach of Grimsby railway station and offers facilities including toilets, LED screens with live departure times, and nearby refreshment kiosks. It’s best to arrive at the Exchange around 10 to 15 minutes before your bus leaves. If you’re not sure when yours is due to go, download the Stagecoach mobile app.

Travel in Grimsby

Grimsby train station serves many large cities including Manchester and Sheffield, making it crowded during peak times. Fares may also be more expensive. For a cheaper way to get around Grimsby, see the sights, and stop off right outside your door, it’s better to get the bus.

Make use of our unlimited travel deals on daily, monthly and multi-week tickets. Plus, you can buy your tickets in advance with a smartcard or on the mobile app – no fumbling around for change or bits of paper! Keep ahead of timetables with the app or bus station updates, and get there easier.

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Fishing Heritage Centre

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre 

Learn all about Grimsby's fascinating maritime history at the Fishing Heritage Centre

When the early railways connected Great Grimsby to London’s famous fish markets in 1848, the town began an astonishing development into the World’s Premier Fishing Port.

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is a multi-award winning attraction which will transport you back in time to the 1950’s heyday of this famous port. Carefully crafted sets and original preserved trawler interiors capture the atmosphere and essence of a remarkable way of life in one of the most dangerous occupations in living memory.

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

The Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is one of Britain’s oldest seaside miniature railways, and has been delighting customers for over 70 years.

Not only does the two mile return journey offer a relaxing way to enjoy beautiful views along the picturesque Humberside Coast, but their line also doubles as a transport link connecting Cleethorpes Promenade with their main station Lakeside (near Cleethorpes Premier Inn). 

Sit back with a refreshing pint at their award-winning pub The Signal Box Inn, visit Sidings Snack Shack and grab a memento from one of the gift shops.