Lowestoft

Lowestoft is situated at the most easterly point in the British Isles and the railway station is the furthest East on the entire UK rail network.

The historic port of Lowestoft is the second largest town in Suffolk, with the railway station located at the heart of town and only a few minutes away from the award-winning South Beach, as well as the start of the Suffolk Coastal Path.

Rich in industrial, maritime and wartime history, Lowestoft boasts theatres, cinemas, museums, two piers and a host of leisure facilities along with parks and marinas. Leisure attractions include Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park at Corton and Africa Alive! wildlife park at Kessingland.

At Lowestoft, trains also run via the East Suffolk Line to Ipswich and a daily service connects with the ferry to Holland at Harwich International.

Station Information

Lowestoft Station
18 Denmark Rd
Lowestoft NR32
UK

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Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Lowestoft Station

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Lowestoft South Beach

The award-winning South Beach is a short walk away from Lowestoft station

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Lowestoft Marina Theatre

The Lowestoft Marina Theatre originally began as a skating rink and was converted to a theatre in 1878

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Africa Alive!

Africa Alive! is a family-friendly attraction set in 100 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside

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Pleasurewood Hills

Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park is set within 52 acres of enclosed parkland and offers an exciting fun-packed day out

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Lowestoft Maritime Museum

Dedicated to maritime history, the Lowestoft Maritime Museum is Britain’s most easterly museum

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