Rye to Brighton by train
Planned a day at the seaside? If so, hop on one of the regular trains from Rye to Brighton and make your journey an easy one. Services run throughout the day, so no matter whether you’re hitting the beach, heading for the shopping centre or catching up with an old friend, we can get you there. You can check live train times from Rye to Brighton below to help plan your trip. There are simple ways to save money too, like getting your train tickets from Rye to Brighton through our website to avoid paying out for booking fees.
Tips on how to book cheaper train tickets
Get a Railcard
Railcards cost £30 for a year and can save you 1/3 on many tickets. See if you’re eligible to sign up and start enjoying cheaper trains from Rye to Brighton today.
Book together with GroupSave
Travelling together can save you money on your fare. Whether with friends or colleagues, book together in a group of 3-9 adults to enjoy cheaper Off-Peak trains with GroupSave.
Get your tickets via our website
Want to avoid paying booking fees? Buy your tickets through our website to skip them altogether.
Journey information from Rye to Brighton
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The above information is intended as a guide. It may not include timetable alterations because of engineering work, unplanned disruption etc. Please use the journey planner to plan your journey before you travel. Some tickets are subject to restrictions. Please check these before you travel.
The information above refers to direct journeys only. Other journeys may be available by changing train or by using a different London Terminal. At certain times buses may operate some of the journeys shown. Services of all operators on the route shown are included in the figures. Not all tickets may be used on all services.
On many routes, the last journey before services finish for the day departs after midnight. Where this is the case, it is this service (in the early hours of the following morning), and not the last one before midnight that is shown.