Frodsham is a pretty market town in Cheshire that dates from the 13th century. It is an ancient Anglo-Saxon settlement and is featured in the Doomsday Book. Today it’s a vibrant town with more than 200 small businesses.
The station was opened in 1850 and the building itself is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated grade II listed building.
The station is served by hourly services to Manchester Airport and Manchester Piccadilly via Warrington Bank Quay and an hourly service to Liverpool Lime Street. In the other direction, services run to Chester often continuing to Llandudno.
The station is managed by Transport for Wales and is unstaffed. The station has been adopted by the North Cheshire Rail Users Group who work hard together to keep the station looking clean and tidy. Find out more
Frodsham is the starting point for the popular Sandstone Trail, one of the finest long-distance walks in North West England. The Trail stretches for 34 miles / 55 kilometres to Georgian Whitchurch in rural north Shropshire and features stunning elevated views of Cheshire. Find out more and plan your walk here
Spend a delightful day exploring the historic park and gardens of Castle Park House and Gardens. With its formal gardens, wide open lawns, wooded areas and children’s play area, it’s a great day out for the whole family. Find out more
Visit HoverForce, just a 5-minute taxi ride from Frodsham Station, for a day out with a difference. Get muddy in the buggies, learn to drive a Hovercraft or test your skills on the firing range, the adrenaline junkies in your life will love it! Plan your day here