17 October 2018

More Days Out In Cornwall

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From 22nd - 25th October Plymouth Citybus are running special bus services direct to top destinations in Cornwall. Whether you want to take the kids to Newquay Zoo or Camel Creek Adventure Park, or have a leisurely day our at the Eden Project or Boscastle, we've got your transport sorted. We'll drop you right to the door of some of Cornwall's best attractions so you don't have to worry about the car, parking or train connections!

  • Monday 22 October: Service 900 Plymouth - Newquay (via Liskeard, Newquay Zoo)

From nature trails to milking the cows, kids of all ages can enjoy a day at all-weather attraction DairyLand Farm World, our first stop on this route. Next up, Newquay Zoo offers a day packed with animal adventures from around the world.  If you'd rather relax by the sea our final destination on Monday is Newquay bus station, just a 4-minute walk from the nearest beach.

  • Tuesday 23 October: Service 901 Plymouth - St Austell (via Eden Project, Charlestown)

On Tuesday we head to the market town of St Austell via the Eden Project and Charlestown. This route stops first at the Eden Project, which guarantees a fascinating day of exploration through its famous biomes. Get up to £4 off admission per person at the Eden Project by showing your bus ticket as part of their green travel discount. We also stop at historic Georgian port, Charlestown, before reaching St Austell, where you can enjoy a day of shopping in a beautiful setting. futuristic architecture

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  • Wednesday 24 October: Service 902 Plymouth - Boscastle (via Trethorne Leisure Park, Port Isaac)

Wednesday offers something for everyone. Experience the new for 2018 jumping pillows along with animal encounters and soft play at Trethorne Leisure Park. The traditional fishing village of Port Isaac is a must-visit for fans of the TV series Doc Martin. For those looking for a cultural day out, we will also stop at Tintagel and Boscastle, home to the Museum of Witchcraft.

  • Thursday 25 October: Service 903 Plymouth - Camel Creek Adventure Park (via Liskeard, Bodmin)

Thursday offers a service direct to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Voted Family Attraction of the Year, there's plenty of all-weather fun to be had for the whole family including a 5D simulator experience, thrilling rides and indoor soft play areas. Show your bus ticket on arrival to get 10% off admission at Camel Creek Adventure Park. Thursdays will also see a stop at Bodmin Lidl for Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Cornwall's premier heritage railway.



  1. Slightly off topic, but CityBus 17 still in service today, 20th October 2018, it was at Hyde Park pub at 0826 on route 40 or 41

  2. Wonder if 565 a be used again

  3. Too expensive for the service dont get very long at places and have to leave like Newquay really early


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