Serving the North Yorkshire town of Harrogate, the station was opened in 1862. Designed by the famous architect Thomas Prosser, it was the first brick built building in the town. Undergoing several upgrades throughout the years, today’s building bears little resemblance to the original and is much more utilitarian in its outlook.
The station opens into the heart of Harrogate, with the attractions, history and culture on its doorstep, including the Turkish Baths and Health Spa which have been serving tourists since the 1800s, and continue to do so.
Catching the train at Harrogate, it takes approximately half an hour to get to Leeds Bradford Airport.
The walk takes a couple of minutes from Harrogate station, via James Street to the town centre.
There are 117 car parking spaces at Harrogate Station.
Harrogate Station has 32 secure bike parking spaces.
If you want to find out more about things to do in Harrogate, check out our handy guide on all the top attractions so that you can make the most of your day.