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Explore Gloucestershire by bus

There's plenty of things to do and see in Gloucestershire, and exploring by bus allows you to enjoy the journey to attractions too. Whether you prefer days out in the countryside, shopping in one of the Cotswold towns, or finding out more about the history of Gloucestershire at the museums, there's options to get there by bus. 



Gloucestershire bus tickets and passes


We offer a range of different tickets and passes for our bus services. For a shorter trip, our single and return tickets are great value - but we also offer several passes which include discounts on regular journeys.

If you're catching more than one bus, or making multiple trips, our dayrider and explorer tickets offer unlimited travel with Stagecoach for 24 hours. Our megarider offers the same, but for a duration of your choice. 

For our best prices, buy your ticket from the Stagecoach app (download for Apple or Android). Don’t worry – you can still pay the driver in cash if you’d prefer, or with contactless card payments. 




Popular days out by bus 

Here are some of our favourite days out by bus. 
 

Forest of Dean

A great day out at The Forest of Dean 

This ancient forest is a family favourite for days out. Enjoy a relaxing journey along the Dean Forest Railway, or a walk around the magical Puzzlewood. On rainy days, there's still plenty to do from museums to caves. 

If you're looking for a woodland escape, we run several services from Gloucester bus station to the Forest of Dean. 



Plan your journey to Forest of Dean 


GloucesterCathedral

Explore Gloucester Cathedral 

Gloucester is home to a magnificent gothic cathedral. You are sure to recognise some of the fantastic cloisters on your visit, which were used for the filming of two Harry Potter films. There are also tours of the medieval tower; climb to the top for views across Gloucestershire.
 
 
 

Brewery Quarter

Fast travel between Gloucester and Cheltenham

Cheltenham offers a great mix of traditional and modern culture. When it comes to things to do, there's a wide range of attractions, museums and parks. The Brewery Quarters offers a Imax Cinema, bowling alley, indoor adventure golf and high street restaurants and bars. 

You can travel between Gloucester and Cheltenham in just over half an hour with Stagecoach on our Service 94. Our Services 10, 97 and 98 also run between Gloucester and Cheltenham.


Information about 94 service 
 

 

Gloucester Quays

Travel to Gloucester Quays

Set in a waterside location, Gloucester Quays features an outlet shopping centre, cinema and the Waterways Museum, as well as a fantastic variety of bars and restaurants. Filled with Victorian Architecture, Gloucester Docks is the perfect place to enjoy interesting views and learn about Gloucester's history.

 

Plan your journey around Gloucestershire

 
We run buses across the majority of Gloucestershire, so if you're thinking about travelling today, tomorrow or even later, plan your journey by bus. 

Find the right bus at the right time for your journey. Simply put in where you'd like to travel to and from, and we'll show you all the information you need. 
 
You can even use the Stagecoach Bus App to track your bus on our live map, as well as buy cheaper bus tickets.