From country walks to cute cafés, head to Rainham to relax.
Rainham days out provide fun for the whole family and a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of London life. With its local community feel, there are many spots to eat and drink, as well as places to pick up some unique gifts as a souvenir of your trip.
Getting to Rainham is straightforward when you book through our site, so read on to find out more about all its attractions, as well as how to save money on your train fare.
Getting to Rainham
When you plan a trip out for the day, it shouldn’t start with any worry about your travel plans – which is why we are committed to providing a smooth service. When it comes to saving money on your train tickets, allow us to help. After cutting costs on your fare with us, you will have more cash to spend on all the exciting things to do in Rainham.
If you’re travelling to Rainham with a group of friends, why not take advantage of our GroupSave tickets – applicable to parties of 3-9 adults when travelling Off-Peak? Or, if you’re headed for a fun day out with the children, you’ll love our kids for £2 offer, which allows you to take up to four children aged 5 to 15 with you for just £2 each. And that’s not all. Railcards save you even more money. Lots of people are eligible and they can save you 1/3 on your rail journeys.
Getting to Rainham doesn’t need to be difficult – so book your tickets with us now.
Things to do in Rainham
Make sure to take in the views of the St Margaret’s Church - dominating the skyline, you won’t be able to miss it!
Riverside Country Park provides beautiful views of the river and is perfect place for a walk. The Medway estuary is a site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and nature enthusiasts will be in their element spotting roosting birds and other wildlife.
When you’re ready for a break, take advantage of family-friendly pubs or cute little modern cafes, where you can enjoy food and drink from the around the world before making your way back home again.