Home of British brewing, birthplace of Marmite and capital of the National Forest, Burton upon Trent has a lot going for it. For the visitor, the town offers insights into all the things it made its name by, and naturally you won't be short of places to find a pint or two!
Visit Burton on Trent by catching an Arriva bus on routes 1, 2/2A, 3, 4, 4/8/9/9A, 7/7A/7E/X7, 8, 9/9A, 112/X60, 813, X38, X40.
The National Brewery Centre is a world class museum and visitor centre that celebrates Burton upon Trent's proud brewing heritage. Whether you're an ale aficionado or a family looking for a great day out The National Brewery Centre has lots to offer.
Wonderful woodland walks, Forest experiences, historic houses, exciting visitor centres, sparkling lakes and fantastic festivals - The National Forest awaits.
The Washlands provide a variety of habitats for a range of wildlife. Look out for herons, dragonflies and damselflies, and follow the sculpture trail which includes a Viking Long Boat, a loaf of bread and heron seat.
A great idea for a day out, entry to this destination is free!
Get the most out of your multi-journey saver tickets by visiting the following towns in the area: