Finding Bibury - How to get to Bibury by road, train and bus

A view of the Post Office in Bibury

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Travelling to Bibury

How to get to Bibury

If you are visiting Bibury then here is some travel information you may find useful

 

How to get to Bibury by Car

M4 Motorway

Travelling West along the M4, exit at junction 15 and travel towards Cirencester (A419), then take the B4425 to Bibury.

Travelling East along the M4, exit at junction 17 then travel towards Malmesbury and Cirencester (A429). Once in Cirencester take the B4425 to Bibury.

M5 Motorway

From the North take exit 11A and travel towards Cirencester. Once in Cirencester take the B4425 to Bibury.

From the South take exit 11A and travel towards Cirencester. Once in Cirencester take the B4425 to Bibury.

Parking: Where to park in Bibury

 

How to get to Bibury by train

The nearest railway station to Bibury is Kemble, a few miles from Cirencester and around 14 miles from Bibury.

Once at Kemble train station you can get a taxi to Bibury which will cost around £25.

 

Hoe to get to Bibury by Bus

Given the large number of possible starting points, it's difficult to give exhaustive information on how to get to Bibury by bus.

If you are arriving in the area by train (Kemble train station) then you may be visiting Cirencester before travelling on the Bibury. There's a regular bus service from Cirencester.

If you are travelling by bus to Cirencester from London then you will probably be dropped off on London Road in Cirencester. You can then walk to the Market Place and catch a bus to Bibury from there.