free entry (charge for cars)

How to get toStanmer Parkcar-free

Visit Stanmer Park car-free

Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

Stanmer Park is near Falmer on the northern edge of Brighton.

On Saturdays and Sundays bus 78 operates direct from Old Steine (Stop U) and Brighton Station (Stop H) to Stanmer Village in the heart of the park (bus 78) and Upper Lodges Car Park and Ditchling Beacon (bus 79). Both routes run regularly, and the journey takes just about 30 minutes.

Otherwise, catch bus 25 from Brighton’s Old Steine (Stop F) or St Peters Church (stop A) for the 25-minute ride to Stanmer Park. Buses run frequently, 7 days per week. Ask the driver to stop at the Lower Lodges Entrance.

There are also direct buses from Hangleton and Hove, also Brighton Marina and Kemp Town to Stanmer Park.

If you are travelling from further afield, bus 28 and bus 29 offer a very frequent service from Tunbridge Wells, Crowborough, Uckfield and Lewes. Alight at Falmer Station for a 10-minute walk to the Lower Lodges entrance to Stanmer Park.

The nearest station is Falmer, with frequent trains from Brighton, also from Seaford, Newhaven, Hastings, Eastbourne and Lewes. Good connections are available from London Victoria, East Croydon and Haywards Heath, Southampton, Portsmouth, Chichester and Worthing, also from Ashford. It is a 10-minute walk to the Lower Lodges entrance to Stanmer Park.

Our journey planner will show you train and bus times and walking routes.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

You can save money on buses by buying a Brighton & Hove PlusBus ticket with your train ticket – valid on all buses in the area, including to Stanmer Park.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.

About Stanmer Park

Brighton's largest park, a unique example of an 18th Century designed landscape, with 18th Century working village and manor house. Restored Walled Garden recently re-opened as “One Garden Brighton”. Refreshments available at the “Stanmer Tea Rooms”.

The park is home to a number of environmental projects: Brighton Permaculture Trust, Stanmer Organics and Earthship Brighton.

For any queries about visiting contact Stanmer Park on 01273 292929 or city.parks@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Address: Stanmer Park, Lewes Road, Brighton BN1 9SE. Visit Website