With regular trains to London Waterloo, Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton, Havant railway station connects around 2.3 million travellers each year to work, home and days out in the South West and beyond.
Built in 1847, the original station had to be demolished after a serious fire. It found its current site 16 years later and has been serving the local community ever since.
This new station has changed over the years though, with a cycle centre now where a third platform used to be. This makes it a great option for bike commuters, or those looking to explore the local area.
Cyclists might like to know the region has its own cycling paths too, with a downloadable map available here that shows all the local routes, paths and even bike shops they might need.
All South West Trains 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
Customer Help Points
Help points are available on all platforms
Ramp For Train Access
Staff Help Available
Monday - Friday: 05:00 to 22:30
Saturday: 05:00 to 22:30
Sunday: 06:30 to 22:30
Step Free Access
Havant is fully accessible to wheelchair users with step free access to both platforms.
Interchange is via lift access between platforms or a long ramped bridge outside the station -
the lifts are available until 2200 everyday
This station does not offer
Accessible Booking Office Counter, Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets