Travel by Train FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Norwich railway station?

Norwich railway station is located in the Riverside district on Thorpe Road.

The station is approximately a 10-minute walk from Norwich Castle and the city centre.

Can I get a taxi from Norwich railway station?

Yes. There is a taxi rank at Norwich railway station.

Can I catch a bus from Norwich railway station?

Yes. You can catch buses to Norwich city centre just outside the railway station at bus stops on Thorpe Road.

Where can I travel to Norwich from on the train?

Norwich is a well-connected city via the railway station and can be reached from several other cities and towns.

You can catch direct trains to Norwich from:

London-Norwich (1h 53min)
Cambridge-Norwich (1h 20min)
Nottingham-Norwich (1h 20min)
Peterborough-Norwich (1h 30min)
Ipswich-Norwich (44min)

How much do trains to Norwich cost?

London-Norwich from £10 (single)
Cambridge-Norwich from £20.90 (off-peak day return)
Nottingham-Norwich from £19 (single)
Peterborough-Norwich from £9 (single)
Ipswich-Norwich from £20.40 (off-peak day return)

What day trips can I do from Norwich on the train?

The Broads and the coast are easily accessible from Norwich. You can catch the following trains for a great day out:

Hoveton & Wroxham (The Broads National Park) 
13 minutes, off-peak return £6.60

Great Yarmouth (Coast)
32 minutes, off-peak day return £9.90

Cromer (Coast)
42 minutes, off-peak day return £9.20

Sheringham (Coast)
55 minutes, off-peak day return £9.90