Explore the Cotswolds Car-Free
The Cotswolds Discoverer One Day Pass is the perfect and hassle-free way to travel around and explore some of the most scenic parts of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty by bus and by train.
With this flexible one-day pass offering unlimited* travel, you can visit a wide range of attractions, towns and villages including gardens, historic buildings, picture-postcard villages and have plenty of opportunities to explore one of the finest landscapes in England.
As well as enjoying a great day out you can also save money on your travel costs. Plus, by leaving the car behind you will also be helping to look after our precious environment.
*not valid on rail services before 08.50, Mondays to Fridays.
Where to buy the Cotswolds Discoverer
At any mainline train station throughout the UK. Can be bought up to 3 months in advance of travel. (credit cards accepted)
Adult 1-day £10.50
Railcard* 1-day £6.90
Child 1-day £5.25
* available with a valid 16-25, Senior, Two Together, HM Forces or Disabled Persons Railcard
How to use the Cotswolds Discoverer
The pass may be used on the following rail routes only:
GWR trains between Oxford and Moreton-in-Marsh,
GWR trains between Swindon and Ashchurch for Tewkesbury
GWR trains between Gloucester and Yate.
Arriva & Cross Country trains between Gloucester and Ashchurch for Tewkesbury.
*Rail travel not valid before 08.50 Mondays to Fridays
For further details of rail services, visit www.gwr.com
The Discoverer provides unlimited travel on the following bus services
1: Moreton in Marsh – Batsford Arboretum – Bourton on the Hill – Blockley – Broadway –
Chipping Campden – Mickleton – Stratford upon Avon
2: Moreton in Marsh – Batsford Arboretum – Bourton on the Hill – Blockley – Chipping Campden
– Mickleton – Stratford upon Avon
3: Stratford – Ilmington – Shipston on Stour – Lower Brailes
801: Cheltenham – Bourton on the Water – Stow on the Wold – Moreton in Marsh Station
852: Gloucester – Cirencester
854: Winson – Chedworth – North Cerney – Cirencester
855: Kemble – Cirencester – Moreton in Marsh
X8: Chipping Norton-Kingham station
X9: Chipping Norton-Charlbury-Witney
853: Oxford – Witney – Burford – Northleach – Cheltenham
Stagecoach in Oxfordshire
233: Woodstock – Witney – Burford (Weekdays)
D/E Hatherley – Cheltenham Spa – Cheltenham – Racecourse – Bishops Cleeve
41 Cheltenham – Tewkesbury – Ashchurch
42 Cheltenham – Tewkesbury – Ashchurch
51 Cheltenham – Cirencester – Swindon
51A Cirencester – Swindon
52 Stroud – Cirencester – Swindon
55 Swindon – Calne – Chippenham
60 Gloucester – Cam & Dursley – Dursley – Wotton-under-Edge – Thornbury
61 Bussage – Stroud – Stonehouse – Cam – Dursley
63 Gloucester – Stroud – Nailsworth
65 Stroud – Uley – Dursley – Cam & Dursley
66/66S Gloucester – Stonehouse – Stroud – Painswick – Cheltenham
69/620 Stroud – Tetbury – Westonbirt – Yate – Bath
The ticket is valid only for travel on journeys with a start point and an end point within the Area
of Validity as listed in the above local bus services.
Please note that there are limited bus services on Sundays and Public Holidays. Services may be reduced or cancelled and timetables are also subject to change at short notice. Please always check details of times of journeys with individual operators before making your final travel arrangements.
Need more information to help plan your visit?
The following destination website for the Cotswolds provide great ideas for places to stay, eat and visit, plus details of special offers, events and lots more: www.cotswolds.com