The Tourist Information Point for Brading is located at Brading Train Station and stocks a range of leaflets and guides containing useful information to help you during your stay on the Isle of Wight.
Located in Brading Village at the end of Station Road and midway between Ryde and Sandown Stations on the Isle of Wight line, you will be able to find leaflets and guides for many of the great things to do on the Isle of Wight and places to stay, and the staff at this information point will be more than happy to help with enquiries and offer advice where possible.
Brading station forms the gateway to the wonderful historic town of Brading. It remains an operational railway station on the Island Line Railway with direct connections to the Wightlink ferry at Ryde Pier Head and stops at Ryde, Smallbrook, Sandown, Lake and Shanklin. The railway station buildings, now fully restored and known as the Brading Station Visitor Centre and includes a Vintage Tea Room, station masters office, railway memorabilia shop and small rail museum. The non-operational signal box has also been fully restored as it would have been during the steam era. The visitor centre and signal box are open from May till the end of October.
Groups and coach trips can pre book a visit by phoning 01983 401222 or emailing Townclerk@brading.gov.uk