Travel to End of the Road Festival
Lift-sharing is a convenient and sustainable way of travelling to End of the Road Festival. You will definitely save money by sharing travel costs, and also get the chance to meet some great people on the way. Who knows, you may end up pitching tents next to each other and partying together! If you want to know more, check out our top five reasons you should car share.
On Liftshare.com you can offer your journey as a driver, or book a lift as a passenger (in this case you might want to set up a journey alert, so you will receive an email notification every time a new journey that matches your criteria is posted).
This year’s festival takes place from 2-4 September!
End of The Road Festival is located at Larmer Tree Gardens (Tollard Royal SP5 5PY, UK). Please note that using this postcode on satnav will not get you to the festival site, so please please please follow directions and signage.
There will be yellow AA signs guiding traffic to the End of the Road Festival. It is important to follow the AA signs as soon as you see them, and nearer to the venue there are also permanent signs for Larmer Tree Gardens,which are brown with a white flower.
If you still want to use the satnav, the postcodes we recommend here will get you onto the best roads. The postcode for Larmer Tree Gardens itself will often lead to grief.
- From London, Midlands, Wales, The North, Bristol and the South West, enter the postcode SP7 0PP. This is just over 4 miles to the north of Larmer Tree at which point you can turn off the Sat Nav and follow our AA signs.
- Old fashioned directions from Bath & Bristol. From the A36, take the A350 to Shaftesbury. From Shaftesbury take the A30 towards Salisbury. After about 3 miles (at Ludwell), turn right into Dennis Lane and follow the festival signs.
- Old fashioned directions from the Southwest (Directions from Ilchester). Travel east on the A303. Turn south onto the A350 towards Shaftesbury. From Shaftesbury take the A30 towards Salisbury. After about 3 miles (at Ludwell), turn right into Dennis Lane and follow the festival signs. From the SOUTH (not recommended due to the Steam Fair taking place between Blandford & our turn off).
On the A354 leave Blandford Forum heading North East and about 9 miles out of Blandford, look for signs to LarmerTree Gardens turning left.
- Old fashioned directions from London. Take the M3 and leave at Junction 8 onto the A303. Travel on the A303 for about 47 miles, and turn south on the A350 to Shaftesbury. From Shaftesbury take the A30 towards Salisbury. After about 3 miles (at Ludwell), turn right into Dennis Lane and follow the festival signs.
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