Trains to Twickenham

Home to English Rugby Union and Twickenham Stadium, you’ll often see an influx of rugby fans travelling to the town on match days.

Sat by the river Thames with plenty of surrounding green spaces, when there isn’t a match on Twickenham offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of London life, while still being a part of the city. Rugby enthusiasts can still enjoy the stadium when visiting the World Rugby Museum while those who are after a slower-paced visit can wander the town and experience the scenic and tranquil atmosphere.

Popular Routes to Twickenham

The station is situated between Twickenham Stadium and the town’s side of the Thames and is about a 10-15 minute walk to either. There is step-free access, toilets with baby changing facilities as well as shops should you need to grab any essentials.

The most popular routes to and from Twickenham operate from the following stations:  



Average Travel Time*



3 h 7 min



3 h 46 min



1 h 37 min



2 h 58 min



2 h 7 min

* Please note journey times are based on average and may vary depending on the rail provider and time of travel.

Cheap Tickets to Twickenham

Railcards offer value for money if you travel by train, saving you at least 1/3 on most rail fares. With a bit of planning, buying tickets in advance can save you a pretty pound, and if the travel bug has you travelling a lot then a Railcard might be worth your while!

The Railcards available include:



  • 16-25 Railcard
  • Two Together Railcard
  • Family & Friends Railcard
  • Senior Railcard
  • Disabled Persons Railcard
  • Network Railcard
  • 26-30 Railcard

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You may also want to check out our Regional Railcards to see if there are discounts for travelling to and from where you are. 


Under 5 - Travel free, accompanied by a fare-paying passenger.

5-15 - Are eligible for a 50% discount on most tickets, though proof of age will need to be carried where appropriate.

16-17 - Like a Railcard but with bigger discounts for anyone aged 16 or 17. 

When in Twickenham

Rugby lovers will enjoy visiting the World Rugby Museum located within the infamous stadium itself.  Visitors can learn about the sport’s history and heritage through a collection of memorabilia collected from around the world.

Not much of a rugby fan? Strawberry Hill House is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture by its original owner Horace Walpole. Having been a point of interest then, it still remains an attraction to the present day. Visitors can wander through the home which has been restored through documented letters and drawings, commissioned by Walpole himself, that recorded the changes of the home. 

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Last updated:   12 June 2020