About King’s Lynn Railway Station
King’s Lynn Railway Station is the main train station serving the port town of King’s Lynn, Norfolk, and the terminus of the Fen Line from Cambridge. It was constructed in the mid-19th century, not long before the town’s other station, South Lynn, which was closed in 1959.
Norfolk boasts one of Britain’s most unique coastlines, with the popular beaches of Wells-Next-the-Sea, Cromer and Hunstanton, and miles of rolling countryside inland, dotted with charming small towns and villages. The county’s delectable local produce can be tasted at many pubs and restaurants throughout the area, not to mention open-air farmers’ markets held regularly at King’s Lynn and other towns.
Get an inside look at St George’s Distillery
St George’s Distillery, the home of The English Whisky Company, is one of the more unique highlights of Norfolk, and a must for any connoisseur passing through the area. Tours take you onto the working distilling floor for a fascinating look at how whisky is produced, then through to “Warehouse 1” where the high-quality spirits are aged in casks, and finally to a tasting session where you can sample one or two delectable malts.
Planning a trip to King’s Lynn Railway Station? Travelodge King’s Lynn Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge King’s Lynn Long Sutton Hotel can be reached in half an hour.