Leamington Spa railway station opened in 1852 and was rebuilt during the 1930s in the art-deco style. Today it’s an important rail hub connecting travellers to London, Birmingham, Manchester and beyond. Trains travelling into the town arrive in Old Warwick Street, right in the heart of the Warwickshire town, mere metres from the town’s main attractions of the Royal Pump Rooms, home to the Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, and the beautiful and award-winning Jephson Gardens. Supernatural fans will be pleased to learn that Leamington Spa's station is apparently one of the most haunted buildings in Britain with commuters regularly claiming to see spooky sights. Still, the joyous Georgian and Edwardian architecture, acting as the perfect backdrop to the central shopping centres and specialist boutiques, won’t horrify visitors.
Leamington station has four platforms. Entrance to the station is via Old Warwick Street. Visitors step right into the small ticket office with a cash machine, automated ticket machines and a ticket desk. All four platforms are beyond the automatic ticket barriers and have step-free access via lifts at either end of the subway. All toilets can be found on platform 1, and there is an extra disabled toilet on platform 4.
Leamington Spa train station is open every day that services are running to and from the station. The station usually opens just before the first train of the day leaves and then closes after the last train departs. Ticket office opening hours may vary.
Trains arrive into and depart from Leamington Spa train station almost every day, although there may be less services during the weekends and bank holidays. Check our live train times for up-to-date information on trains running to and from Leamington Spa train station.
Yes there are toilets available to use at Leamington Spa train station.
Yes, dogs are allowed at Leamington Spa train station, but should be kept on a lead or comfortable in a pet carrier at all times.