HARROGATE TRAIN TICKETS
With so much to do in and around Harrogate you can keep everyone entertained, no matter their age, and with savings of up to 1/3 off tickets for groups of three or more, why not make it a day out for you and your friends?
Thousands of Standard Advance tickets and First Advance tickets are released each week across the network, there are plenty of savings to be had. Tickets are released up to 12 weeks in advance also which means you have plenty of time to plan your big day out. Do bear in mind that fares vary according to time of booking and origin/destination and are subject to availability.
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To make sure you get the cheapest possible train tickets and the lowest fares to Harrogate, sign up for our ticket alert email notification which will let you know as soon as cheap fares are released. You can also print your tickets at home and buy catering vouchers to use on the train – all aimed at making your journey a stress free experience.
Finally, don’t forget you can also stay up to date and plan your journeys with the East Coast app Trains Live.
FIRST CLASS RAIL TRAVEL
We offer a great service to all our passengers, but if you do fancy a little extra comfort, why not treat yourself to an upgraded experience and enjoy our new, improved First Class service.
Travelling First Class means you can relax and watch the world glide by from the comfort of one of our large reclining seats, you can also stay connected with our free on-board Wi-Fi and enjoy a complimentary meal on all services of more than one hour.
Take the train direct into the centre of pretty Harrogate and avoid the tourist traffic jams. It's the more enjoyable and comfortable way to travel, and much faster than choosing to travel by coach.
With its handsome historic buildings and verdant gardens, Harrogate is one of Yorkshire's most elegant destinations and getting there couldn’t be easier or cheaper. East Coast offer a range of great value train tickets and cheap rail fares from destinations across England including direct routes from Leeds and London.
Oozing heritage and history, Harrogate is also alive with natural beauty - from the stunning Valley Gardens to the beautifully manicured and sometimes surprising RHS Harlow Carr. Housing two world-class venues, the Royal Hall (a national treasure) and the Harrogate International Centre, where many tourists arrive by coach to visit the big annual exhibitions held there. The town also hosts internationally acclaimed events from classical music, dance and comedy to popular music.
There’s plenty of shopping opportunities as well, especially the Montpellier quarter, where you’ll find plenty of antique shops, boutique and designer stores. Alternatively, simply wander around the 17th century town centre soaking up its unique atmosphere.
To find out more about Harrogate and what’s on during your visit, check out our bespoke Harrogate destination guide.