National Express Coach Station

Located just off the sea-front near the Palace Pier behind the Albion Hotel. Not only is it well placed, and convenient for all the town's major attractions, Brighton Coach Station is also well connected, with speedy and regular links to attractions such as the nearby Beachy Head, Brighton University, Sussex University, Gatwick Airport, and the local towns of Bognor Regis, Worthing and Newhaven.

Opening Times: N/A

Telephone: 08717 818178


Contact name: The Manager


Costs vary depending on the destination, please contact National Express for further information.

Getting in and around

Level access:

Yes - There is a flat entrance into the main ticket office which is very narrow inside. Turning a large wheelchair or mobility scooter would be tricky.


Accessible Toilets: Yes - There is an accessible toilet on entry level which is around a sharp corner.

Rooms Available: N/A

Heading Loop: No

Getting There

Parking Details:

No - There are a few disabled bays in nearby streets and a car park at Churchill Square.

Drop Kerbs:


Poole Valley Brighton

My Experience

The Ticket Office counter is very high but the staff are very helpful. Brighton Coach Station sits on Pool Valley, right in the centre of Brighton, and forms part of a busy and efficient transport hub, with a ticket sales office and an information booth, offering numerous flyers and brochures to help you find your way around the local area, and make the most of your holiday. And it's easy to get from Brighton Coach Station to wherever you want to be. With only two hours' journey separating Brighton from London, and fast, well maintained roads all the way, it's no wonder that the town is often jokingly referred to as "London on Sea" - because of the thousands of weary Londoners that make their way through Brighton Coach Station every week, in search of the rest, relaxation and rejuvenation that only a good old-fashioned seaside break can offer.

Call ahead

The Manager
08717 818178