Leighton Buzzard station is actually in Linslade but Leighton Buzzard High Street is only ½ mile away.
Ascott House is half-timbered and dates from the 16th century. It was transformed by the
Rothschilds and houses paintings, fine furniture and oriental porcelain. The extensive gardens are a mix of
formal and natural areas. Tearoom.
Open Apr-mid Sep, TWThFSSu 1200-1700, House 1400-1700 by timed ticket.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ascott | www.ascottestate.co.uk
Bus 150 from station forecourt (east side) to entrance, 7 minutes journey. M-S hourly. Operated by Arriva. Buses also operate from Aylesbury.
A narrow gauge steam railway built to transport sand, now carrying passengers about 3 miles
from Page's Park to Stonehenge Works in the Bedfordshire countryside. Events programme. Café.
Open please see website for days and train times.
Bus D1 from station forecourt (east side) to Page's Park, 6 minutes journey (19 minutes return). M-S every 30 minutes. Return from arrival stop (circular route). Operated by Arriva.