Groningen, locally called Hoofdstation, is the main railway station in Groningen in the Netherlands. It is located on the Harlingen–Nieuweschans railway between Zuidhorn and Groningen Europapark, on the Meppel–Groningen railway as terminus after Groningen Europapark, and on the Groningen–Delfzijl railway as terminus before Groningen Noord.
The first station building was completed in 1865 and demolished in 1894. The second and current station building was designed by Izaak Gosschalk, completed in 1896, and most recently restored in 2000. Train services started in 1866 and are currently provided by Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Arriva. There are 41 bus services at the station provided by Qbuzz.
Address 1 Stationsplein, Groningen 9726AE, Netherlands
Coordinates 53°12'39.357" N 6°33'50.701" E