Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit - The Station is open at 9am all year, except Christmas Day.

The Station is open at 9am all year, except Christmas Day.

The businesses with The Station are independent traders and have their own opening hours.  Over the Christmas and New Year period, these will vary considerably from business to business, so please check ahead so as not to be disappointed.

Find out more about who's here.

Our volunteer team organise occasional history and heritage tours to help you learn more about our wonderful building and its interesting past.  Check the what's on to see if there's one planned when you visit.

If you are thinking of bringing a group to The Station, we can organise a heritage tour to help you get the most out of our fabulous building.

Getting to Richmond

Richmond is just 4 miles from the A1/A66 junction at Scotch Corner. The nearest train station is at Darlington - 12 miles away - and from here there are frequent bus services to Richmond, many of which stop at The Station.

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Getting to The Station

The Station is just a few minutes' walk from Richmond Market Place on the A6136 towards Catterick Garrison. You can park in the town centre (free disk parking in and around the market place as well as pay and display car parks) and walk down the hill to the river. The Station is over the bridge.

There is pay and display car parking (between 8am and 4pm) at The Station. 50p for up to 2 hours and £1 for up to 4 hours.  Annual parking passes are available from Richmond Swimming Pool Reception. 

There's an Arriva bus service from the Market Place, which runs approximately every 20 minutes.

About Richmond

The Station is in Richmond, a beautiful market town in the Yorkshire Dales.

Richmond is best known for its impressive Norman castle, its large cobbled market place, stunning Georgian architecture, picturesque waterfalls and riverside walks.

The town is also home to Britain's most complete Georgian playhouse, The Georgian Theatre Royal, as well as the Richmondshire Museum and The Green Howards Museum.

To see more of Richmond and find out what's going on during your stay, visit Richmond Online for details of local events, festivals, accommodation and places to visit.

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