Summer Days Out by Bus
Enjoy a great day out by bus this summer, with the X21, Beachcomber 100 and Moors Explorer ME1 starting over the weekend of 25/26 May.
Service X21 is the fastest way to travel from Hull and Beverley to Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough, so you're on the beach before you know it!
Buses run every day from 25 May, leaving Hull Interchange at 9:15am and Beverley Bus Station at 9:47am, arriving into Bridlington before half past ten, Filey at 11:05am and Scarborough at 11:30am. An extra bus runs every weekend, Bank Holiday and during school holidays running an hour later.
Buses back leave Scarborough at 4.15pm, Filey at 4.36pm and Bridlington at 5.10pm, with an extra bus every weekend, Bank Holiday and during school holidays an hour later giving you even more time to enjoy your trip to the seaside!
See the X21 times online.
Our scenic Beachcomber 100 between Bridlington and Flamborough returns from 25 May.
The open top bus calls at:
- John Bull's World of Rock
- Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park
- Bondville Model Village
- Sewerby Hall & Gardens
- Thornwick Bay Holiday Village
- North Landing
- Flamborough Lighthouse
Starting 25 May, buses will run weekends and bank holidays, plus every day in school holidays, until 1 September.
Radio Humberside called the bus route "one of the best in the UK"! See their video of some of the highlights of the route (opens in Facebook).
Day tickets are just £4.50 for adults, £2.50 for children or £3.00 for concessionary passholders, and you can get a great value family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) for just £10.
See the Bridlington open top bus timetable.
The Moors Explorer ME1 is back for 2019
Our popular bus from Hull, Hessle, Anlaby, Willerby, Cottingham and Beverley up to the North York Moors will run on certain Sundays and Bank Holidays throughout the summer.
Moors Explorer goes to some of the most beautiful areas of the wolds and moors, including:
- Hutton Le Hole
- (plus you can use our Service 128 to get to Helmsley or Thornton le Dale).
See the full Moors Explorer timetable.
This year, Moors Explorer runs on the Spring Bank Holiday Sunday/Monday 26/27 May, Sundays 21 and 28 July, and Sundays 4, 11, 18, 25 August, plus Bank Holiday Monday 26 August.
Catch it at any stop on route, including Hessle Square, Anlaby Red Lion, Willerby Square, Hull Paragon Interchange, Cottingham Green and Beverley Bus Station. There's no need to pre-book, just buy your ticket from the driver when you board.
Sorry, concessionary passholders cannot travel free on Moors Explorer, but those who can show a valid concessionary pass can get a discounted day ticket.
Save money! Show your Moors Explorer ticket and get special discounts at attractions in the Moors, including:
- Helmsley Walled Garden. Get 20% off garden entry, and children free!
- Lavenders Tea Room & Delicatessen, Thornton Le Dale. Get 5% discount in tea room and delicatessen!
- The Forge Tea Room, Hutton Le Hole. Get 10% off any purchases in the tea room!
Walking in the Moors - some tips
Friends of Moorsbus often run guided walks in the North York Moors which are accessible by bus - take a look at their website for details.
Moors Explorer walks - Arnold Underwood of the Dales Trails website has kindly put together some ideas for walks you can using the Moors Explorer. There are two linear routes for experienced walkers, and two shorter circular routes. They include The Lion Inn to Hutton le Hole, The Lion Inn to Danby, The Lion Inn to Lastingham/Lower Askew and Pickering to Howl Dale. Take a look on the Dales Trails website to see the routes. Many thanks to Arnold for putting these together.
Do you know of some great walks from Pickering, Kirkbymoorside, Hutton le Hole, Blakey, Castleton or Danby that you want to share with other Moors Explorer passengers? Send us the details and we'll post it here so others can enjoy it. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you belong to a walking society that is looking for more members, or are you looking for people to join group walks in the North York Moors that can be accessed by using the Moors Explorer? Send us the details and we'll post them here: email email@example.com
You don't just have to visit the North York Moors with Moors Explorer. You can also access the brilliant Yorkshire Wolds Way. Why not get off the bus at Wharram-le-Street and walk to the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy? Find out more on the Yorkshire Wolds Way website.
We'd love to see your photos when Moors Explorer starts, please send them through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Facebook page and we'll share them so other Moors Explorer passengers can see them!