About Gatwick Airport Railway Station
Gatwick Airport Railway Station is the train station serving London Gatwick Airport. It has seven platforms, and offers a direct rail link to London. It was originally built in the late Victorian era to serve Gatwick Racecourse, then extended during World War I to accommodate munitions trains. Today, a British Rail logo etched in the top of the roof is visible from the air.
Horsham - a gem of Sussex
Surrounded by acres of bucolic parkland and countryside, Horsham is a wonderful market town that makes an excellent base for exploring West Sussex. The town is an aesthetically pleasing fusion of winding alleys, large, pedestrianised areas, and bustling piazzas, scattered with great retail outlets like the Swan Walk shopping centre and many independent boutiques. The town has convenient transport links to London and other parts of Sussex, and an ever-changing calendar of events.
Take wing at Huxley’s Birds of Prey Centre
Huxley’s Birds of Prey Centre is one of Horsham’s most popular attractions, offering visitors an up-close experience with a wide range of birds of prey, in a beautiful rural patch of Sussex. Regular flying displays and experience days let you see these magnificent animals in action, and learn the incredible things they do to survive in the wild.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Gatwick Airport Railway Station? Travelodge Gatwick Airport Central Hotel is just outside the airport, and Travelodge Crawley Hotel is a 10-minute drive away.