About Crawley Railway Station
Crawley Railway Station is one of two major train stations serving the large town of Crawley, West Sussex. It’s operated by Southern Rail, and has served the area since the mid-19th century. Its original Victorian signal box, though it was retired in 1978, still stands, and is a Grade II listed building.
Soak in the beauty of West Sussex
West Sussex is a largely rural county hugging the south coast of England, and home to the famous, bohemian city of Brighton. The area’s beautiful stately homes, impressive castles, and miles of rolling downs, makes it an easy place to unwind, and let all your troubles melt away. Whether you’re spending a day at the races in Plumpton, getting active in the stunning natural beauty of the South Downs National Park, or indulging in Brighton’s famous nightlife, you’re sure to remember your trip to this peaceful and pretty county.
Travel back in time at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum is a unique educational experience in the heart of the South Downs, boasting over 50 exhibitions in the form of historic buildings, telling the story of rural life in Britain spanning a 900-year period. Working Tudor breweries, lovingly-kept orchards and gardens, informative live actors, and special events throughout the year, make the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum a memorable and fascinating experience for the whole family.
Planning a trip to Crawley Railway Station? Travelodge Crawley Hotel is less than five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Gatwick Airport Central Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.