Whether it’s a day out with the kids or visiting a wide range of museums, Hull offers something for visitors of all ages. Visit for business or pleasure with attractions like the Humber Bridge, The Deep, and connections to other cities in the North East and Lincolnshire. With Stagecoach, you can get there for less. Read on to discover some of the best value ticket prices when you travel by bus.
Make your way around Hull and the Humber with unlimited journeys.
Passing through or just seeing the sights for a day? Make use of our DayRider and Park&Ride tickets to get the best value. You can buy these on the bus with contactless or download the Stagecoach mobile app for even simpler travel.
If you’re staying a little longer, you can get unlimited journeys for up to a week with our MegaRider tickets. Order yourself a smartcard online and simply tap in on the bus to benefit from these mega discounts. You can also upgrade to a Humber 7 Day MegaRider.
Our four-week MegaRider tickets extend these discounts and also cover regions like Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Lincoln. Simply choose your route and pick a Hull, Humber or Connect 28 Day MegaRider ticket. There’s no need to fumble for change – you can upload these to your smart card.
For longer travel, you can try out Hull MegaRider Xtra or Connect Xtra tickets, which are available as a rolling direct debit, and cover Hull and its surrounding villages.
Concessions are available for those of State Pension age or with a disability. Simply ask your local council for a concessionary pass and you could qualify for free travel. Alternatively, you can still get great discounts on tickets like our Hull niterider, dayrider and East Midlands Day Out passes.
Indulge in a little retail therapy or grab a bite to eat at one of the eateries with the Hull Interchange to Kingswood route, number 5. Buses leave Hull Interchange up to every 10 minutes throughout the day, and runs as a circular, serving Kingswood Retail Park in both directions
Get dropped off near your door with the residential route from Hull Interchange to the Boothferry Estate, number 1. The 1 runs up to every 10 minutes throughout ththe day. If you’re heading further out, you can try the 350 from Hull Interchange to Scunthorpe Bus Station, which runs half hourly during the day.
Catch the number 2 from North Bransholme to Hull Interchange, which runs regularly throughout the day. Other routes out of Bransholme include the number 12, starting from North Point Shopping Centre. We run a number of services from major areas in Hull.
Take the worries out of travelling with Stagecoach – our services in Hull operate frequently, 7 days a week so don’t worry about booking way in advance. Take a look at our timetables to see when your bus is running. Plan your journey either by looking at our journey planner or by downloading the Stagecoach app.
Hull’s central bus station is known as Hull Paragon Interchange, and has connections to coaches and rail. You’ll find the station on Ferensway, HU1 3QX. The station is within easy reach of Hull’s shopping centres and main tourist attractions, like The Deep and Hull Marina. You’ll find a ticket office, car park, toilets and WiFi, as well as step free access and a taxi rank for onward travel. Here you can buy advance tickets or top up your smart card.
We advise getting to the bus station around 10 to 15 minutes before your bus leaves. To view live timetables, download the Stagecoach mobile app.
The Deep is one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world. It's located in Hull, East Yorkshire and is home to 5,000 animals including magnificent sharks and rays. The dramatic building overlooks the Humber estuary.
The Deep operates as an education and conservation charity and in recent years has become an international player in marine conservation.