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High Rocks Station

Please note that High Rocks is operating a large number of private functions at weekends and therefore on some days our trains will not stop there. Please check with High Rocks themselves to see if they are open, we cannot take any responsibility for any disapointment caused if you visit us and High Rocks is closed, they are a seperate business to our railway. 

No trains will stop at High Rocks on days it is closed either part or all of the day. 

Alight at High Rocks for the eponymous ancient sandstone outcrops and country walks, if you want to see one of our trains from high up above the High Rocks is the place to go! Set in the gardens of the High Rocks Inn, it's an ideal place to sit and watch the trains go by, opened in 1998 as the original halt closer to Tunbridge Wells West closed in the 1950s our current station is popular with Wedding parties and tourists alike, there aren't many stations with an Inn next door!

High Rocks Opening Hours
The High Rocks themselves are usually open to the public from 10:15 Wednesday to Sunday (inc Bank Holiday Mondays) throughout the year, please note that they are closed on Mondays (which aren't a Bank Holiday) & Tuesdays. However, please always make sure you check with them directly to see whether they are open or not, a large number of private functions take place here at weekends and they are not always open for turn up on the day visitors.

High Rocks Entry Tickets
Entry Tickets to the High Rocks are sold in the lower Public Bar in the High Rocks Inn. The rocks cannot be accessed by under 18s unless accompanied by an adult.

There is a ramp from High Rocks Lane to the platform, or enter via High Rocks Inn. The Inn has a large free car park that passengers may use, please note if you are boarding at this station you will normally find the access gate shut, as soon as the train arrives the Guard will open the gate and let you board our train!

The gate is then shut again before the train departs, this isn't to stop you travelling just to make sure all the happy users of High Rocks can't stray onto our platform during a busy Wedding for example.

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