Long Eaton is a market town with a good variety of shops, cafes and restaurants and holds regular Wednesday, Friday and Saturday markets on the pedestrianised High Street. The town centre retains much fine Victorian and early twentieth century architecture, including many former lace factory buildings.
Long Eaton is located by the River Trent and Trent Lock, where several rivers and canals meet, is a popular place to relax and spot boats and there are several pubs and cafes.
- Ticket Office and Ticket Machines
- Step Free Access, Lifts Available
- Parking in District Council car park
- Toilets in the car park
Long Eaton Station
Did you know?
Long Eaton has a fine history of lace making and produced much of the former Nottingham Lace. The textile tradition has continued in the former lace factories with the town today being known as the‘UK Centre of Upholstery’, for its reputation of producing high quality furniture.