The area around Christchurch is renowned for castle and medieval defence and is famous for its “Garden City of the Plains.
Sights and places of interest
Enrich your day out to Christchurch by visiting or looking out for:
- World War II pillbox and tank traps in former railway yard N of town
- Site of Town Walls in, and E of, Druitt Gardens
- Christchurch Castle
- THE CASTLE
- Redford Bridge
- Town Bridge
- THE CONSTABLE'S HOUSE
- WATERLOO BRIDGE
- Staple Cross
Planning your journey
Facilities at Christchurch station
Monday To Friday - 24 Hours
Saturday - 24 Hours
Sunday - 24 Hours
2 lockers plus an additional 120 cycle spaces
The toilets are located on Platform 2. The National key toilets are located on Platform 2; these toilets are operated by a radar key. The toilet facilities are only available during Ticket Office opening hours.
|Staff Help Available|
|Impaired Mobility Set Down||
|Ramp For Train Access||
|Step Free Access||
Step-free category B station - This station has level access from the main entrance and car park to Platform 1 (for trains towards Weymouth). There is level access from Clarendon Road to Platform 2 (for trains towards London Waterloo) via a separate entrance. The step-free route between platforms is approximately 475m via the street.
Please be aware that some platforms at this station have no or only partial tactile paving on the platform edge.
|National Key Toilets||
|Accessible Ticket Machines||
All South Western Railway ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details
|Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter||
|Nearest Stations With More Facilities|