Trains to Hereford

Nestled in the rural pastures near the banks of the River Wye, the cathedral city of Hereford makes for the perfect weekend escape. A city that is rich in culture, Hereford was first founded by the Saxons in 700 AD. One of Hereford’s top attractions is its magnificent Cathedral, which dates back to the twelfth-century. Hereford Cathedral is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in the UK and houses the famous Mappa Mundi, the largest medieval map in existence. Visitors can also enjoy a number of fascinating museums, including Hereford Museum & Art Gallery and Waterworks Museum. Herefordshire has long been famous for its cidermaking, so a visit to Hereford’s Museum of Cider is a must!

Book ahead to find the cheapest fares to Hereford with our Advance tickets. Travel from Birmingham New Street to Hereford from just £17.50 when you book an Off-Peak Day Return.