the development of Luton from pre-history to the present day. Highlights
include the lace collection, the Luton Life displays tracing the history
of Luton people over the past 100 years, the Beds and Herts Regimental
gallery. Visitors can also enjoy exhibitions and events and the museum
fascinating displays of Bedfordshire rural life, crafts and trades housed
in 18th century stables. A visit to Stockwood also includes beautiful
period gardens, the Hamilton Finlay Sculpture Garden, the Mossman Collection
of horse-drawn vehicles. There is also a gift shop and tearooms.
private collection of motoring in the uk.Over 400 exhibits covering
100 years of motoring. Exhibits include cars, motor bikes, buses, fire
engines, military vehicles, gypsy caravan, plus full sized replica of
Captain Cooks ship Endeavour
Page's Park Station
us on a 70-minute journey into the vanished world of the English narrow-gauge
railway. Experience its sharp curves, steep gradients, level crossings
and roadside running. Most trains hauled by historic steam locomotives.
restored WW2 RAF Control Tower, at Twinwood Airfield, the last place
Glenn Miller set foot before his disappearence. Lots to see & do.
Recreated Victorian home, furnished with
superb examples of fine and decorative arts, including stunning Gothic
Bedroom containing works by William Burges. Adjoining gallery housing
changing exhibitions of watercolours, prints and drawings
Centre is an Open Farm with indoor and outdoor play equipment. We have
many small animals to see and feed as well as sheep, goats and llama.
We have quad bikes, ponies and fire engine rides. A great day out and
a perfect place for children parties.