Severn Valley Railway - Best Price Tickets

Severn Valley Railway - Best Price Tickets

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At the Severn Valley Railway, you can enjoy a day full of railway heritage and spectacular nature. With your Freedom of the Line tickets, you can: 

  • Begin your journey at Kidderminster, Bewdley or Bridgnorth Station, and explore each of them at your own pace and order
  • Visit the Engine House Visitor Centre at Highley to explore some rail heritage
  • Travel on any train during your visit
  • Adult tickets (16+) from £25, children's tickets (4-16) from £16.50 and under 4's go free! You can even bring your dog aboard for no extra charge. 

Buy your tickets to Severn Valley Railway today for an unbeatable online price, or read on to find out more about one of the best days out for families in Worcestershire. 

How does my Severn Valley Railway ticket work?

With your SVR ticket, you have the freedom to begin your journey at any of the Kidderminster, Bewdley or Bridgnorth stations at the start of the day. 

For directions to each of the sites, please take a look at the 'location' tab. 

Once you board the train at your first station, you then show your ticket at each station and you have the freedom to hop on and off the trains as much as you wish. 

Each site has different things to do and places to see, so be sure to visit them all on your visit to the Severn Valley Railway. 

Welcome aboard the Severn Valley Railway

SVR is a living museum of steam locomotives and picturesque landscapes, located in the wonderful Severn Valley in Worcestershire and Shropshire.

Step back in time and experience the golden age of steam as you journey through rolling hills, charming villages and picturesque countryside.

The Severn Valley Railway offers a nostalgic and enchanting escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Climb aboard one of the beautifully restored steam trains, each with its unique character and charm. Feel the gentle rhythm of the wheels on the tracks and listen to the evocative chug of the locomotive as you are transported to a bygone era.

Embark on an exciting rail journey that the whole family will love

As you glide along the meandering River Severn, keep an eye out for wildlife and marvel at the timeless beauty of the Severn Valley. The railway runs for 16 miles between the historic towns of Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, passing through delightful stations like Arley, Bewdley, and Highley.

For those wanting to explore even more, the railway is surrounded by enchanting walking trails, charming tea rooms, and picturesque towns waiting to be discovered.

So, whether you're a steam enthusiast, a history buff, or simply seeking a delightful day out for the family, the Severn Valley Railway promises an unforgettable experience that will leave you with cherished memories and a longing to return. All aboard!

Freedom of the Line - Severn Valley Railway tickets

With the Freedom of the Line ticket, you can explore the rail stations of Kidderminster, Bewdley or Bridgnorth.

Available to 31 October 2024

Severn Valley Railway Special Events - Best Price Tickets

Look for special days out and events at the Severn Valley Railway for 2024, whether it's a Sunday lunch, an afternoon tea or even a gin train!

Available to 17 March 2024
DY10 1QX

How to find us


By car:

The main carparks are at Kidderminster Station DY10 1QX, Bewdley Station DY12 1DP and Bridgnorth Station WV16 5DP. The carparks are ANPR-controlled and cost £4 per day.

By train:

Kidderminster mainline station is situated right next to the SVR’s Kidderminster Town station.

West Midlands Railway operates trains from Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon through Birmingham (Moor Street and Snow Hill stations) and Smethwick Galton Bridge to Worcester via Kidderminster. Chiltern Railways operate from London Marylebone to Birmingham (Moor Street and Snow Hill stations) via High Wycombe, Banbury and Leamington Spa.

From Birmingham, an easy connection is available onto West Midlands Railway trains to Kidderminster. From Birmingham New Street station, many West Midlands Railway, London Northwestern Railway and Arriva Trains Wales trains heading for Wolverhampton call at Smethwick Galton Bridge, where you can change for services to Kidderminster.

By bus:

Kidderminster is well-served by a number of bus routes, operated by Diamond Buses.


By car:

There’s parking at Bewdley station for up to 50 vehicles – £4 charge applies. Postcode: DY12 1DP

By bus:

Diamond Buses operate a number of services to Bewdley. 


By bus:

Some journeys of the 297 operated by Arriva Midlands North between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster call at Arley village, over the river bridge from the station. The 125, operated by Diamond Buses, from Stourbridge, Kidderminster and Bewdley to Bridgnorth calls at Button Oak, which is a 30-minute walk to Arley.

By car:

Please note there is no on-site parking at Arley station.


By bus:

The Diamond Buses 125 service from Stourbridge, Kidderminster and Bewdley to Bridgnorth calls at Highley village, then there’s a 20-minute walk to Highley station.

By car:

There is no public parking at The Engine House. Postcode: WV16 6NP

Hampton Loade: 

By car:

There is no public parking. Postcode: WV16 6BN


By bus:

Arriva Midlands North service 8 from Telford, 9 from Wolverhampton and 436 from Shrewsbury all serve Bridgnorth.

By car:

The SVR has a large car park at WV16 5DP with more than 200 spaces available at £4 per day. Disabled parking at Bridgnorth station is available by following postcode WV16 4AX.

  • Visitor Centre (Highley)
  • Toilets
  • Paid parking

The Severn Valley Railway is working hard to make sure that all visitors are able to enjoy travelling on its trains and visiting its stations, regardless of their level of mobility. Wheelchair accommodation is provided on trains, accessible toilets are provided and each carriage carries its own ramp, to facilitate access for wheelchairs, mobility scooters and pushchairs. You can alight at all stations, and our train crew and station staff will give assistance if you need it.

The historic design of our dining car carriages, with narrow doors and gangways, means it is NOT possible to accommodate wheelchairs at a table in one of these carriages. 

All assistance dogs are welcome in SVR restaurants and public houses, on all trains and at the Visitor Centre at Highley. Dogs, whether they are assistance dogs or not, travel free on all our trains. They must be kept on a lead at all times, and must not occupy seats. Dogs are not permitted in first class carriages. Please bear in mind that sudden, loud noises may occur on heritage railway which may startle your dog.

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