About Warwick Railway Station
Warwick Railway Station is the main train station serving the county town of Warwick, Warwickshire. It’s the older of Warwick’s two railway stations, having been opened in 1852 by the Great Western Railway. The second, Warwick Parkway Railway Station, was opened in the year 2000 on the outskirts of the town.
Welcome to Warwick
After just one visit to Warwick, it’ll be no mystery why it was named as the county town of Warwickshire. Famous for its rustic charm epitomised by its impressive castle, Warwick is a heaven for history buffs, and those looking for an escape from the rush of city life. Its central market place is home to many independent gift shops, traditional tea rooms, antiques stores, and a bustling market every Saturday. It also has its own racecourse, which hosts an active calendar of meets throughout the year.
Discover Charlecote Park
Though Warwick Castle gets most of the limelight as a historic building, Charlecote Park is certainly worth a visit when you’re in the area. Nestled at the edge of Stratford-upon-Avon, Charlecote Park has been owned by the affluent Lucy family for over 900 years. Its grand rooms, pretty courtyard, and acres of gorgeous parkland surrounding it, make it a peaceful and interesting day out, whatever the season.
Planning a trip to Warwick Railway Station? Travelodge the Regent Leamington Spa Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Stratford-upon-Avon Hotel can be reached in 20.