About Bracknell Railway Station
Bracknell Railway Station is the main train station serving the town of Bracknell, Berkshire. It first began operating in 1856, opened by the Staines and Wokingham Railway, and was acquired by the South Western Railway in 1878, who still own and operate it to this day. The station saw some minor refurbishment work during the late noughties.
Welcome to Berkshire
A relatively small county, Berkshire is one of the prettiest areas in the south east of England. Here, you’ll find an abundance of oak-flecked deer parks and rolling downs, punctuated by picturesque, rustic towns. A trip to Reading will bring you closer to one of the sportiest local cultures in the UK, and exciting family attractions like Windsor Castle, Legoland Windsor, the UK Wolf Conservation Trust, and many more, means you’re always just a stone’s throw away from something fun and memorable.
Go wild at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust
The UK Wolf Conservation Trust is a unique wildlife centre a short drive west of Reading. Home to groups of Arctic and European wolves, and dedicated to protecting and educating these incredible animals, visiting the UK Wolf Conservation Trust makes an incredible day out for the whole family. Daytime walks around the enclosures and evening “Howl Nights” are available for booking.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Bracknell Railway Station? Travelodge Bracknell Central Hotel is less than five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Bracknell Hotel can be reached in 10.