Wardown Park Museum (Luton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... fairly big car park which is free to park in so you can enjoy your visit without having to watch the clock. Another great ... more
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by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
As well as being a wonderful park, Wardown in Luton also has the Wardown Park Museum. It is located on Old Bedford Road in Luton. I recently spend a nice hour or two looking around the museum on a recent visit to the park and definitely recommend the museum for a little bit of Luton history as well as viewing some other great exhibits. The museum is housed in a beautiful old farm house which used to be a private residence and dates back to the 1800's. Outside the house there is a fairly big car park which is free to park in so you can enjoy your visit without having to watch the clock. Another great thing is that the museum is free too so you can wander around ... Read the complete review
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