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Bus from Exeter to Bridgwater

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Duration 1 hour (fastest time)

Departures Up to 20 services per day

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Exeter to Bridgwater bus details

Our route FALC bus stops at 5 stops between Exeter and Bridgwater. The bus sets off from Honiton Road Park & Ride site and drops you off at lay-by between Huntworth Roundabout A38 and M5 Junction 24


South West Falcon services to Plymouth and Bristol serve both Honiton Road & Sowton Park & Ride Sites.


Bridgwater is a small town 60 km south of Bristol and 21 km from the mouth of the River Parrett.

Places of interest to visit:
The Blake Museum is housed in the restored 17th Century home of the Blake family.

The Somerset Brick and Tile Museum tells the story of brick and tile manufacturing which was once a major industry in Bridgwater.

The Bridgwater and Taunton Canal opened in 1827 to link the two towns. It no longer serves a commercial purpose but now provides opportunities for boating and for pleasant walks along its banks.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to travel from Exeter to Bridgwater by bus?

The fastest bus from Exeter to Bridgwater takes 1 hour

When is the first bus from Exeter to Bridgwater?

The earliest bus from Exeter to Bridgwater leaves at 00:13

When is the last bus from Exeter to Bridgwater?

The latest bus from Exeter to Bridgwater leaves at 22:13

How many daily bus trips are there from Exeter to Bridgwater?

megabus runs up to 20 trips per day from Exeter to Bridgwater