Amazing days out from Weston and Wells
If you’re on holiday or just spending a couple of days in Weston-super-Mare or Wells, check out our Days Out by Bus map for some great ideas of things to do. Whether you’re looking to keep yourselves, or the kids happy, there is something for everyone!
Want to save some money? Look out for the paper version in leaflet racks and accommodation around Weston and Wells and you’ll find some money saving vouchers inside.
Our West of England Day ticket allows unlimited travel on Somerset's Coaster service and any service in the West of England zone. This includes places such as Bristol on our Service X1, Cheddar or the Strawberry Line on our Service 126.
The cheapest way to pay for your bus ticket is through mTickets on the free First Bus App. Just search for First Bus in Google Play or the App Store.
Only want travel on Service 1? We've created some special fares to enjoy all our Service 1 has to offer:
Where to buy
You can buy your tickets from the following places:
On mTickets on the First Bus App, allowing your bus ticket to be purchased and used on your smartphone: This will always be the cheapest way to buy your bus ticket.
From the driver of any First Bus: We've introduced contactless payment on all our buses, meaning you can pay for your bus tickets on board up to the value of £45 with a contactless card, Apple Pay or Google Pay.
Welcome to our Journey Planner where we can help you plan your journey from A to B!
Plan a quiet journey with Space Checker We'd like to introduce you to Space Checker, the brand new tool from First Bus to help you plan ahead and travel with confidence.
Finding Bristol, Bath and the West buses is easy with First Bus.
View timetables and search for a specific route number.
Tech the Bus - Smarter Travel
With our expanded range of tech and apps, you'll be miles ahead of the crowd.
How to catch the bus
If you have never caught the bus before we understand that it can seem a confusing or daunting task.
Find out which bus serves your local hospital
Extra Help to Travel
View some cards that you can print out and show your driver as a way of discreetly asking for a little extra help if you’d rather not ask them out loud.