Under the new national lockdown “you must not leave your home unless you have a reasonable excuse (for example, for work or education purposes)”. See full information.
If you need to travel, face coverings must be worn on public transport and in indoor spaces at stations unless you are exempt. If you can, please buy your ticket online on the GWR app or website. Please also remember to wash your hands and use social distancing. Read more on GWR’s Coronavirus advice page.
£3.70 per day (before 10am Mon-Fri)
£2.30 per day (all other times)
Pay by coins, card or mobile phone
Open 24 hours
Electric car charging
For parking queries, please contact APCOA who run the car park. The old Park & Ride at Lelant Saltings is now closed.
Buy your train ticket
If you can, please buy your ticket online on the GWR app or website. Download it to your mobile device or smart ticket where possible.
If you aren't able to do this, you can buy tickets at the station ticket office or ticket machine before you board.
£4 adult | £2 child (5-15) | Under 5s free
£8 group (4 adults) | £10 Family (2 adults, up to 3 kids)
Fares shown are Off-Peak Day Returns (travel the branch line for the whole day).
Take the train to St Ives
Trains set off on the scenic 10-minute journey twice an hour during the day. The train runs 7 days a week, all year round.
Please remember to wear a face covering (mandatory on public transport and in indoor spaces at stations) unless you are exempt, and to wash your hands and practice social distancing. Get more advice on GWR's Coronavirus safety page.
There is a lovely walk on the South West Coast Path between the village of Lelant and St Ives station. As Lelant station has an infrequent service, we recommend you plan your trip carefully and take the train from St Ives to Lelant and then walk back.