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Brighton Bus Information

Reliable Brighton buses let you explore the creative city of Brighton, seaside towns along the Sussex coast and the picturesque South Downs national park. Known for its arts, culture and friendly hospitality, Brighton is a must-visit destination with exciting live entertainment, whether that be music gigs, art installations or theatre performances. Brighton is also a great destination for those who like to be by the sea. The Palace Pier sits right on the beach and is a hive of entertainment, from old-fashioned amusements to thrilling rides and live events.

Whether you’re staying local or travelling further afield, Stagecoach has plenty of affordable Brighton bus tickets to help you explore this idyllic seaside destination. Travel on our time-efficient Brighton bus routes and board our modern buses fitted with charging ports and leather seating. Wherever you're going, we're here to make your visit as smooth as possible. Keep reading for information on Brighton bus times and our picks of things to do in Brighton.  

Brighton Bus Tickets and Passes 

Alongside regular single-use or daily Brighten bus tickets, you can purchase a number of specialised Brighton and wider network bus tickets with Stagecoach that will work for an extended period of time.

Our weekly Brighton or network bus ticket, for example, is perfect for daily commuters or anyone enjoying an extended visit to Brighton. A monthly Brighton bus pass, meanwhile, allows you to travel as much as you like, and uses hassle-free monthly payments. You can purchase your weekly or monthly Brighton or Worthing MegaRider tickets ahead of your journey too, either through the Stagecoach app or online here.  

At Stagecoach, we also offer annual Brighton or further network bus tickets that allow unlimited travel for 12 months. These are ideal for those who like to plan ahead and travel around Sussex frequently. You can purchase your annual Brighton bus tickets online, or through the Stagecoach Bus App

We even have a range of Brighton student bus passes available, which can be used by students or staff. Our StudentRider bus tickets are available for a single term or multiple terms - just show your student ID with your bus pass when you board. Pick up a StudentRider ticket today with Stagecoach through the app or online


Popular Brighton Bus Routes

WorthingFrequent connections between Brighton and Worthing

You can travel between Brighton and Worthing in just over an hour with Stagecoach. Take advantage of direct Brighton bus routes to Worthing Pavilion Theatre, Worthing Observation Wheel and other incredible sights. Hop on the 700 bus route, which runs up to every 10 minutes between Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Littlehampton.




Countryside links between Brighton and Horsham

Why not take the journey from Brighton to the charming market town of Horsham? Use our live Brighton bus tracker to see when your next bus is scheduled. Hop on board and explore the area. The hourly service 17 takes you through Henfield on route to Horsham itself.

Things to do in Brighton

Brighton welcomes millions of visitors every single year. If you're planning a trip to the city, you won't be short of things to do in Brighton. The city has a thriving restaurant and bar scene, with numerous waterfront venues overflowing with friendly patrons. There are numerous things to do in Brighton for families, including the vibrant Palace Pier and Sea Life Brighton aquarium. Adults will also appreciate the lively nightlife here, while adrenalin junkies have a variety of water sports to add a little thrill to their days. 

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Palace Pier
Sea Life Brighton
Palace Pier

A trip to Palace Pier is always essential, no matter how many times you visit Brighton. First opened in 1899, the traditional pier is home to good old-fashioned family amusements, rides, live events, eateries and traditional deck chairs ideal for watching the world go by. Palace Pier is only a 5-minute walk away from the 700 bus stop on Old Steine.

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Sea Life Brighton

Whilst in Brighton why not visit the world's oldest aquarium! There are lots of creatures to discover inside, from sharks and turtles to jelly fish and tropical fish. The aquarium hosts a beautifully restored Victorian arcade, hands-on experiences and several zones to explore.

Sea Life Brighton is only a 5-minute walk away from the 700 bus stop on Old Stein.

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