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Wardown House, Museum and Gallery is situated in the beautiful landscaped Wardown Park, on the outskirts of Luton town centre. The museum houses a range of displays throughout the building, including the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment...more
All reviews local history interactive displays billiard room worth a visit lottery funding brought back memories lace making lottery grant dining room small tea room pleasant couple of hours tennis courts free entrance interesting visit coffee and cake tea shop beautiful park
educational for the kids, amazing little cafe with food service available too. really happy that I have been here for a small trip out with the family and young ones too who thoroughly enjoyed all of the interactive things to do in the museum. all...More
It’s nice pretty building, with surroundings, next to a park and garden full of beautiful flowers, I’ve been there a few time before the refurbishment it’s full of information for WW2 the children love it. Will go again to view soon.
I saw this was the number one attraction in Luton so popped in whilst in the area. Only a short walk from the station, it takes you a countryside area. This old manor house is now a local museum of Luton. Downstairs are all sorts...More
There is so much history in the house, I love that they made an idea of a ghost with a projector but when I asked a member of staff if the house really was haunted I found out that it was!!! It made the day...More
So this is the last day of the holidays and Wardown is one of our local museums. This is a truly hidden gem... I was surprised at was was classed as museum worthy...
There were a lot of things from my childhood... such as record...More
Me and my husband spent a lovely couple of hours wandering around this newly remodeled museum,it now has rooms that show what the house would have looked like in the late 1800's with video screens explaining what life would have been like in the house....More