There are two set-down points at either end of the city. Coaches can set down and pick up their passengers either in the Broadway on the north side by King Alfred's statue, which is central and convenient for visiting the cathedral or in Sussex Street which is ideal for visiting the Great Hall, the Westgate and the military museums at Peninsula Barracks. Waiting is limited to 20 minutes at both locations.
There is a coach park for longer stays at Worthy Lane (near the railway station). The parking charge is £7 per coach per day, or part thereof.
As soon as your coach drops you off by King Alfred's statue, we're sure you'll be eager to start exploring all Winchester has to offer. Why not head straight to the TIC in the Guildhall where you can also enjoy a coffee in the eighteen71 cafe?
The pavements by the bus stop can get quite busy so if you want to escape the crowds or if you just need to talk to your group before an exciting day of sightseeing we recommend that you gather in Abbey Gardens just behind the bus stop. There are also public toilets conveniently located in Abbey Gardens for those of you that have been on a long journey. You can then walk through the gardens to get to the Guildhall where you will find our team of helpful staff at the tourist information centre.