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About Haywards Heath Railway Station

Haywards Heath Railway Station is the main train station serving the town of Haywards Heath, West Sussex. It was opened in 1841 as a stop between Brighton and London. A large-scale renovation project was completed in 2017, adding a multi-storey car park, footbridge and Waitrose supermarket. The station is managed by Southern.

Brighton - Britain's bohemian paradise

Sprawling along a large stretch of the coast of Sussex, Brighton is a quirky, bohemian city, and a popular destination for day trips. Its elegant, historic architecture and famous Royal Pavilion are offset by a laid-back seaside, along with an active creative culture which you're sure to have a brush with during your visit. Whether you're strolling along the pier, shopping in The Lanes, or diving into its excellent nightlife, your first visit to Brighton is something you'll never forget!

Get a view like no other at British Airways i360

The British Airways i360 is a new and unique attraction towering above Brighton Beach - a modern glass viewing pod offering incredible 360-degree views of the city itself, and the idyllic landscape of Sussex stretching all the way to Beachy Head. On board, you'll be able to have a drink at the Nyetimber Sky Bar, serving a wonderful array of drinks from vineyards and breweries dotted throughout Sussex.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Haywards Heath Railway Station? Travelodge Hickstead Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Brighton Hotel can be reached in half an hour.