About Chichester Railway Station

Chichester Railway Station is a major railway station serving the cathedral city of Chichester, West Sussex. Like most stations in the country, it was constructed in the mid-19th century during the large-scale development of Britain’s railways. It’s served mainly by Southern and Great Western Railway trains.

Welcome to Chichester

Standing at the base of the South Downs, Chichester is a beautiful and historic city, and an excellent base for exploring the well-kept beaches, pretty fishing villages, and rolling, bucolic countryside of Sussex. Visitors will love browsing the big names of Portfield Retail Park and the town centre, attractions like the Pallant House Gallery and the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, or simply taking a load off in a bar or café on its aesthetic streets, and watching the world go by.

Discover your arty side at Pallant House Gallery

Pallant House Gallery is known for housing one of the finest collections of modern British art in the UK, including famous works from artists such as Peter Blake, Lucian Freud, John Piper, and Ben Nicholson. The gallery hosts an active programme of events, special exhibitions and workshops catering to a wide range of audiences.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Chichester Railway Station? Travelodge Chichester Central Hotel is just five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Arundel Fontwell Park Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.