From nature trails to local theatre, this picturesque commuter town offers much more than you might think.
Heading to Hertford North? One of two stations in the county town of Hertford, this transport hub is just a short 10-minute walk from the centre. The historic town itself lies at the junction of no fewer than four rivers - while locals rumour that the tunnels below are the burial place of the Holy Grail…
Whether you’re going with the gang or travelling alone, find out more about getting to Hertford North and what to do once you’re there below.
Getting to Hertford North
We’re here to make your Hertford North days out a breeze. There’s no traffic to worry about and no parking spaces to hunt down when you take the train, and we can get you there hassle-free from several locations along our network. We offer plenty of great ways to save on getting to Hertford North, too. Planning a reunion with your mates? Got a work outing to get to? Book your tickets together as a group of 3-9 adults and save on Off-Peak travel with GroupSave. If it’s more of a family affair, you’ve also got the option to bring up to four children aged 5-15 along for the ride for only £2 each.
Are you eligible for a Railcard too? There’s a good chance you will be, with one out there for the 16-25s, the 26-30s and the over 60s, plus types available for the disabled and those who travel regularly with a friend or partner. Each one could save you a little extra pocket money for all the great things to do in Hertford North!
Things to do in Hertford North
Where to start? Among its handsome centre of Georgian townhouses is a wealth of history waiting to be discovered. The Hertford Heritage Trail features no less than 41 stops exploring the town’s curiosities, while the Hertford Museum has plenty to get your teeth stuck into – not least the largest collection of toothbrushes in the country.
Other ideas for Hertford North days out include a saunter around the idyllic gardens of Hertford Castle, or a six-mile romp on a riverside trail passing various locks, watermills and historic pumphouses. The Hertford Theatre meanwhile puts on shows from local theatre groups as well as touring musicians, comedians and even independent cinema.
And for any budding astronomers out there, the Bayfordbury Observatory is known to host open evenings for the general public to learn more about the universe and the work that goes on there. Whatever your reason for travelling, why not get the process started and book your tickets through our website?