Luton PlusBus tickets can be used on buses in the Luton and Dunstable urban area.
The Museum is situated in a Victorian House within landscaped parkland. Galleries cover the history
of Luton and its people with a special feature on lace and other textiles. Regimental Gallery.
Tearoom. Admission free but there may be a charge for some events.
Open MTWThSu 1100-1700.
Bus 24/25 from Silver Street to Wardown Park (on the left), about 10 minutes journey, M-F every 30 minutes, Sat hourly. This bus journey is covered by Luton PlusBus. Operated by Arriva.
Galleries tell the stories of real people behind the collections, covering local history from
prehistoric times to the present day. Highlights include Luton's last tram and a large collection
of horse-drawn carriages. Period gardens, Winter Garden, Medicinal Garden and Sensory Garden.
Admission free but there may be a charge for some events.
Open WThFSSu 1000-1600.
Bus 321 from Luton Station Interchange to Stockwood Park (on the right), about 10 minutes journey, M-S every 20 minutes, Sun & BH hourly. This bus journey is covered by Luton PlusBus. Operated by Arriva.
An extensive English garden developed by the de Grey family and displaying over 200 years of garden history.
Follies and other architectural features. Waterside and woodland paths. Formal gardens near the mansion.
Some unfurnished but opulently decorated State Rooms in the French-style Mansion are open. Exhibition on the
history of the de Grey family and their estate. Café.
Open Apr-Oct, Daily 1000-1700. Nov-Mar, SSu (and WThF in Mar) 1000-1600. The Mansion may be closed if an event is booked, please check the website.
Bus 81 from Galaxy Centre to Silsoe Church (about 30 minutes journey) then ½ mile walk. M-S hourly. Operated by Stagecoach. Buses also operate from Bedford.
Wrest Park is 4 miles from Flitwick station.