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Getting here

Walking: 30 minutes from Southampton Central railway station.

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More information about Southampton

Training in Southampton

Southampton is a port city in the county of Hampshire. It is located south coast of England, south-west of London and west of Portsmouth. The city forms part of the South Hampshire built-up area, which also covers Portsmouth and the towns of Havant, Waterlooville, Eastleigh, Fareham, and Gosport.If you’d like to attend training at our Southampton training centre, you can find us at Enterprise House, Ocean Village Marina, Southampton SO14 3XB, United Kingdom.We’re just a 30 minute walk from Southampton Central railway station, close to Injoy centre Southampton

Southampton Central railway station

Travel to and from Southampton


Southampton has good transport links with the rest of the country. The M27 motorway runs just to the north of the city. The M3 motorway links the city to London and the M271 motorway links the M27 with the Western Docks and city centre.


Southampton is served by a rail network used both by freight services and passenger services as part of the national rail system.The main station in the city is Southampton Central. Local train services operate in the city with stations at Swaythling, St Denys, Millbrook, Redbridge, Bitterne, Sholing and Woolston.



Southampton Airport

Southampton Airport is a regional airport located in the town of Eastleigh. It offers flights to UK and near European destinations, and is connected to the city by rail service from Southampton Airport Parkway railway station.

Cruise shipping

Many of the world’s largest cruise ships can regularly be seen in Southampton water.At certain times of the year, the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria may all visit Southampton at the same time, in an event commonly called ‘Arrival of the Three Queens’.

Port of Southampton



University of Southampton

There are two bus networks within Southampton which are privately funded, the first being commissioned by the University of Southampton to provide transport from the university to the town, and another which runs between central station to Red Funnel’s port.

Things to do in Southampton


The city is home to the longest surviving stretch of medieval walls in England, as well as a number of museums including the Tudor House Museum, Southampton Maritime Museum, and the Medieval Merchant’s House.

Southampton Maritime Museum



Mayflower Theatre

The largest theatre in the city is Mayflower Theatre which receives regular visits from Welsh National Opera and English National Ballet. It is also the largest theatre in Southern England outside of London


There are many art galleries in the city. The best known is the Southampton City Art Gallery at the Civic Centre and the nationally important Designated Collection.

Southampton City Art Gallery



The Guildhall

Southampton has two large live music venues, the Mayflower Theatre and the Guildhall, which have seen concerts from a wide range of popular artistsThe city also has several smaller music venues, including the Brook, Engine Rooms, The 1865, The Joiners and Turner Sims.


Southampton is home to Southampton Football Club. The club plays at St Mary’s Stadium, having from their former stadium, “The Dell”.

St Mary’s Stadium


Rose Bowl

Hampshire County Cricket Club play at the Rose Bowl in West End. They previously played at the County Cricket Ground and the Antelope Ground. There is also a Southampton Evening Cricket League.

Southampton trivia

Southampton’s city walls include God’s House Tower – the first purpose-built artillery fortification in England.Over the years it has been used as the Town Gaol andas storage for the Southampton Harbour Board.After D-Day, Southampton docks handled military cargo to help keep the Allied forces supplied making it a key target of Luftwaffe bombing raids until late 1944.

God’s House Tower


West Quay Shopping Centre

In 2016 the south section of West Quay, or West Quay South, originally known as West Quay Watermark, was opened to the public. Its public plaza has been used for several annual events, such as an ice-skating rink during the winter season.