Gjøvik Station (Norwegian: Gjøvik stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Gjøvik in Oppland Norway. The station is the terminus of the Gjøvik Line. It is located 123.83 km from Oslo Central Station and at 129.2 meters above sea level. Gjøvik is served by regional trains by Vy Gjøvikbanen, a subsidiary of Vy.
The station was opened 28 November 1902. The station building was designed by the railroad architect Paul Armin Due. It was built in a tiled brick. It was expanded in 1937 and 1952. The building was extended heritage protection by Riksantikvaren in 2002. The station building currently houses the tourist information center for Gjøvik.