Enjoy grandstand views of the National Park from the open-top New Forest Tour each summer.
Choose from three scenic routes around magical landscapes, picture-postcard villages and popular attractions such as Exbury Gardens and the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.
Hop on and off the New Forest Tour where you like and switch routes – all on the same ticket (available online or from driver). You can even bring your bikes (up to four carried free). Also, well-behaved dogs are welcome.
Green Route: serving Hythe & Hythe Ferry, Lymington, New Forest Adventure Golf, Beaulieu, Exbury Gardens, Lyndhurst and Brockenhurst
Red Route: serving Burley, Ringwood Brewery, Ringwood, Fordingbridge, Sandy Balls, Ashurst, New Forest Wildlife Park and Lyndhurst
Blue Route: serving Brockenhurst, Burley, Holmsley Campsite, Hoburne Bashley, New Milton, Barton-on-Sea, Shorefield Country Park, Milford-on-Sea and Lymington.
Please note that the New Forest Tour is a seasonal service and runs from July to September.
Each route has a special commentary about the landscape, history and culture of the national park.
You also receive a Brand New Forest card with your ticket which gives you valuable discounts at many local pubs, restaurants and attractions.
Friendly Concierge service based at Brockenhurst Train Station to help plan your day.
Take a look at www.thenewforesttour.info for full route details and book your ticket.
The New Forest Tour – helping you and helping our environment
The New Forest Tour is a key part of our aim to encourage more people to leave their cars at home. Nearly 40,000 people explore the New Forest National Park on the New Forest Tour bus instead of by car each summer, saving several thousand private car miles.
The Tour stops at local cycle hire centres within the Forest. With each Tour able to carry up to four bikes, it gives access to the area’s quiet country lanes and 100 miles of waymarked cycle tracks.
The Tour is operated by morebus in partnership with the New Forest National Park Authority and is sponsored by local businesses.