Trains from London to Norwich

Greater Anglia offers regular and direct trains from London to Norwich.

Norwich’s central railway station means that visitors are within walking distance of the city centre, cultural and historic quarters. Norwich station also connects passengers with many services across the East of England and beyond. Greater Anglia now offer trains that take just 90 minutes to get from London Liverpool Street to Norwich. Trains leave roughly every 30 minutes* and on average, taking just under 2 hours to get to Norwich. Tickets start from £10, you won't find a cheaper fare anywhere else, but in the unlikely event you do find a cheaper deal, we will refund the difference with our online price promise.

What time does the first train leave from London to Norwich?

The first train departs London Liverpool Street station for Norwich at 06:00 Monday to Friday, 05:34 on Saturday and 08:30 on Sunday

What time does the last train leave from London to Norwich?

The last train departs London Liverpool Street station for Norwich at 23:30 every day.

Where does the London to Norwich train stop?

The London to Norwich train stops at Stratford, Shenfield, Chelmsford, Witham, Colchester, Manningtree, Ipswich, Needham Market, Stowmarket, Diss and Norwich. The stops will differ depending on the service as there are ‘faster services’ that skip certain stops.

Is there Wi-Fi on the London to Norwich train?

Yes, there is free Wi-Fi on your Mainline intercity service, but Wi-Fi on all services will start rolling out from June 2019. So, you can catch up with your boxsets, update your social media or do last minute preparation for a meeting.

How long does it take to get from London to Norwich?

The average journey time between London and Norwich is 115 minutes, depending on the number of stops. The fastest Journey between London Liverpool Street and Norwich is only 90 minutes.