Norwich Railway Station is housed in a historic Renaissance-style terminal constructed in 1886. It welcomes passengers with a redbrick facade and elegant central clocktower. Inside, the soaring ceilings are supported by intricate ironwork.
The station is the eastern terminus of the Great Eastern Main Line and is a gateway to Norfolk County and East Anglia. Trains arrive and depart from six platforms, with times displayed on overhead screens. Pay-as-you-go Wi-Fi hotspots are available throughout the station.
Norwich Railway Station offers all the services and amenities you'd expect from a major train station, including bathrooms, ATMs and cafes. There's also a mini supermarket and newsagency for last-minute essentials. Trolleys are available if you're travelling with extra luggage.
Norwich Railway Station is located in the Riverside district, a 10-minute walk from Norwich’s historic town centre. Parking is available at the station and the train journey from London takes around two hours. Norwich International Airport is a 15-minute drive away, while Heathrow Airport is 2.5-hours south-west.