Get your freedom. Get your free bus pass

11 months ago Thu 15th Dec 2022

Get your freedom. Get your free bus pass

The possibilities for days out by bus are endless, whether it's for shopping, sightseeing, visiting family, or just getting out and about. Passholders of the English National Concessionary Travel Scheme can travel for free on our buses.

Already have your pass? Great!

There are so many places to go and enjoy, and when you can get there for free, what's stopping you? Get your freedom and check out some of our favourite places to go with your free bus pass below.

Need to get your pass? No problem

It's easy to apply for your free bus pass online and even easier to use on our buses.
When you board the bus just hold your pass on the ticket machine card reader until it beeps, then take your seat.
The times you can use your pass, are set by your local authority. 
In West Yorkshire and Lancashire, you can use your pass after 9.30am and 11pm Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends and bank holidays. 
In North Yorkshire, you can use your concessionary pass after 9am on our buses, Monday to Friday, and at any time at weekends and bank holidays. 
Who can apply for a pass is also set by your local authority. Follow the link to see if you're eligible and to apply for your bus pass if you live in West YorkshireNorth Yorkshire or Lancashire.

Where will your freedom take you? Here's some of our suggestions.

Cartwright Hall Art Gallery

Standing in Lister Park, Bradford, Cartwright Hall was built on the former site of Manningham Hall, and opened as a gallery in 1904. The hall housed a display of loaned artworks before acquiring its own collection of Victorian and Edwardian works using funds from the 1904 Bradford Industrial Exhibition. Perusing the gallery is perfect for a leisurely trip out.

Cartwright Hall

You can reach Cartwright Hall on FLYER A3 or the Shuttle, get off at Oak Lane just next to Lister Park gates.

Cliffe Castle

See sparkling Victorian rooms and furniture, paintings, and decorative art. Special galleries deal with natural history, archaeology and social history, all of which can be seen on your visit along with the internationally important display of stained glass by Morris and Co. The Castle also hosts changing exhibitions from their collections and the community. Family areas ensure that there is something for all ages so bring the grandkids along too.

Cliffe Castle

You can reach Cliffe Castle on

Get off at East Avenue just a short walk from the Castle.

East Riddlesden Hall

Visit this 17th-century manor house and historic Great Barn, that tells the tales of the ambition, success and failure of those who lived and worked here. After exploring the house take a stroll through the intimate and peaceful gardens, then indulge yourself with the homemade cakes and seasonal lunches in the tea room. 

East Riddlesden Hall

You can reach East Riddlesden Hall on

Get off at Bradford Road West Lea Avenue right next to the Hall's entrance 

Rail Story

Rail Story has come about thanks to a collaboration between the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, the Vintage Carriages Trust and the Bahamas Locomotive Society. It gives visitors greater opportunities to learn about and understand the preservation and conservation of our railway heritage.

Enjoy the Rail Story on it's own or include it as part of a your day on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, where you can get money off with a Transdev Treats voucher, find out more here.

Rail Story

You can reach Rail Story on

Get off at Ingrow Church, or Haincliffe Road South Street if your on the 67, right next to the entance. 

Been there, done that? We've got even more inspiration for places you can explore all over Yorkshire, and great discounts at plenty of them when you go by bus, just ask your driver for a Transdev Treats voucher. Explore more here 

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