Skip Navigation

Southern

Departures
Arrivals
Last updated: 13:24

Journey Types
Travel Dates
Outbound
Outbound
Today
Dep
Return
Return
Today
Dep
Passengers

You cannot have more than 9 passengers

Railcards

You cannot have more railcards than passengers

Add a railcard

Trains to Berwick

Set among the lush greenery of the Wealden district, Berwick is a scenic village with a nice, laid-back feel.

Travelling from Brighton with Southern trains, it’s around a 20-minute direct journey to Berwick, where you can enjoy a relaxing day out in the East Sussex countryside.

Set among the lush greenery of the Wealden district, Berwick is a scenic village with a nice, laid-back feel – and it’s also a good base if you’re looking to explore the beautiful South Downs Way.

Around 20 minutes’ walk from the station, you’ll find The Cricketers’ Arms, an excellent traditional pub that’s a great place to stop off after your trip or before departure.

Buy your ticket now

Things to do in Berwick

Drusillas Zoo

With a wide selection of animals including cute meerkats and endangered monkeys, a trip to Drusillas Zoo is a great way to spend an afternoon with the kids.

There’s also a jungle-themed playground called Go Bananas and a Get Wet! Splash Pad – both perfect for when little ones want to let off a bit of excess energy.

And with rides such as the Thomas the Tank Engine Experience and the Hello Kitty Secret Garden, younger boys and girls alike will enjoy a visit to this family getaway that’s just a three-minute taxi ride from the station.

Berwick Church

If you’re after a spot of local history, head to Grade 1-listed Berwick Church, which takes around five minutes to get to by taxi from the train station.

Surrounded by some stunning scenery, the building itself is a magnificent attraction, but some of the real treasures are housed inside.

Here, you’ll find some fascinating murals painted during the Second World War by a few of the leading artists from the Bloomsbury Group, such as Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

Thousands of visitors – known as the Bloomsbury Pilgrims – head to the church each year just to view these paintings and take advantage of the guided tour that can be organised through the church’s website.

Great deals on tickets

We've got loads of offers that save you money when you book in advance.

Find the right ticket

Your at-a-glance guide to ticket types on Southern

Find out more

Buy online

No booking fees, and help finding the cheapest fare

Book your tickets now

Explore more destinations on the Southern network

Buying tickets

You can buy tickets online and collect them from the ticket machine before you travel. You can also buy them at the station from a ticket machine or staffed ticket office.