The 39th Burton Beer Festival will once again be held at the Burton Town Hall (King Edward Place, DE14 2EB).
The town hall is a great location, having several large rooms, a stage, and of course, the (now infamous) Wurlitzer Organ!
Transport to the festival
Getting to Burton Town Hall is straight forward whether by Train, Bus or Driving:
By Train: Regular services run to Burton-On-Trent station (BUT) from Birmingham New Street and Nottingham. Train times can be found on the National Rail Website. From the station, it’s less than 5 minutes walk. Turn left from the station’s main exit and head down Borough Road. You’ll see the Town Hall 200 yards on the right before the Church.
By Bus: Most bus routes within Burton are run by Midland Classic. Other bus companies operating routes to Burton are Arriva Midlands and Trent Barton. The X38 service is jointly run by Arriva and Trent Barton and the Villager service is run by Trent Barton. For details of coach travel into and out of Burton, call National Express on 08717 818181 or visit their website here.
Driving: Please use your favourite mapping tool to find the venue. A link to Google Maps Directions is below. If you’re planning on drinking, please don’t drive!
Click here for a PDF map of car parking in the area.
There are several options if you wanted to stay over (please note that these recommendations do not constitute an endorsement by the Burton Beer Festival):
- Holiday Inn Express offer discount rates for Festival goers so mention this when booking.
- The Old Band Room B&B in Coton in the Elms. A taxi can be organised to the Beer Festival for £8.00 each way or a bus service avilable near by.
- Travelodge are very close to the station. Check the rates on their website. Save by booking ahead.
- The Three Queens Hotel & Lodge is ideally situated for access to Burton town and the National Brewery Centre.
- There are several B&Bs in the area. Check TripAdvisor for details.