About Halifax Railway Station

Halifax Railway Station is the main train station serving the large town of Halifax, West Yorkshire. It was originally opened in 1844 by the Manchester and Leeds Railway, and underwent several development projects through the Victorian era. A Grade II listed building, formerly part of the original station, is now part of the Eureka! Children’s Museum.

Have a wander around Halifax

Once the bustling heart of Yorkshire’s wool industry, Halifax is a pretty and hospitable market town, and the home of some of the north’s best-preserved Victorian and Georgian architecture. Visitors can enjoy hospitable pubs, great retail therapy at Woolshops Shopping Centre, fascinating heritage at places like Halifax Minster and the Grade II listed town hall, and miles of bucolic Yorkshire countryside.

Explore The Piece Hall

The Piece Hall is one of the most extraordinary historical and architectural marvels in the UK; a staggering Grade I listed courtyard dating back to 1779, originally built for the trading of cloth. Now an incredible 21st-century town square, The Piece Hall is Halifax’s buzzing hub of business, leisure, and the arts, as well as the home of a beautiful and intriguing Georgian Hall.

Planning a trip to Halifax Railway Station? Travelodge Halifax Hotel is less than 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Huddersfield Hotel can be reached in half an hour.