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Find out how best to get to Beverley for your visit, be it by train, bus, car, ferry, plane or taxi. Read our handy guide below.

For venue information and addresses visit our Venues / access page.

By train

Beverley Train Station (Northern Trains): HU17 0AS

Just two stops north of Hull on the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds Coast Line, Beverley is just 3 hours from London, 2 hours from Manchester, 1.5 hours from Doncaster and 1.5 from Leeds by train. 


If you are travelling from the North, you might want to get off the train at York and get the X46/7 bus through the breathtaking Yorkshire Wolds direct to Beverley. The bus can be caught from just outside the front of York railway station.


By bus

Beverley Bus Station: HU17 8BQ

Beverley is well-served by the East Yorkshire bus company with regular services to Hull, York and the Yorkshire Coast.

  • Hull - Beverley services: 121, 246, X46/7, 122

  • York - Beverley services: X46/7

  • Beverley - Hornsea: 246

  • Beverley - Bridlington: 121   

By car

Beverley is about 10 miles / half an hour north of Hull and about an hour south west of York.

There are 13 pay-for car parks in Beverley monitored by East Riding of Yorkshire Council. You can find the best option for you on their website.

The Flemingate Centre also has a 500-space car park that is very close to Beverley Minster. See their website for more information. 

By ferry

P&O Ferries runs up to 7 overnight ferries per week from Rotterdam (The Netherlands) to Hull. Check their website for times and tickets.

By air

There are four airports within 2 hours of Beverley:

Local taxis

Westholme Cars (inside Beverley Train Station): +44 (0) 1482 888999




Discover what Beverley has to offer year-round, and find the best accommodation for you.


Discover each of our venues and find out about their facilities.

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Image credits: Banner image by summonedbyfells 'Visit Beverley' by Luke Thornton; 'Venues / access' by Kerrin TatmanBanner

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