About Perth Railway Station
Perth Railway Station is the main train station serving the central city of Perth, Scotland. It was designed by the prominent Victorian architect Sir William Tite, and opened in 1848. The station was used as a location for the 2013 World War II drama, the Railway Man.
Once the capital of the kingdom of Scotland, Perth is known for its beautiful architecture, and the miles of breath-taking Scottish countryside surrounding it. With gorgeous green spaces like Kinnoull Hill, vibrant cultural centres such as Fergusson Gallery, and plenty of interesting historical sites like Balhousie Castle, a trip to Perth is an experience you certainly won’t forget in a hurry!
Explore the mind of one of Scotland’s greatest artists at The Fergusson Gallery
One of the oldest and most frequented cultural attractions in Perth and Kinross, the Fergusson Gallery takes its name from JD Fergusson, one of the most influential British artists in history. The gallery houses many of his works, alongside pieces from his personal archive, and that of his spouse, the prominent dance choreographer Margaret Morris.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Perth Railway Station? Travelodge Perth Central Hotel is just five minutes away across the South Street bridge, and Travelodge Perth Broxden Junction Hotel is a 10-minute drive to the west.