Wardown House, Museum and Gallery
Old Bedford Road
Phone: 01582 546722
Visiting the museum is free*. Although we would gratefully receive a donation to help us with the upkeep of the museum.
*We may charge for some activities and events.
Open daily, 10am - 5pm
14 February – 31 October
Open daily, 10am – 4pm
1 November – 13 February
Please note: Access to some areas of the House may be limited on performance and event days. Please check the What’s On for dates and times.
The Box Office for Wardown House's events and activities is located at Luton Central Library.
Opening hours for telephone and in person ticket sales:
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 6pm
Friday: 11am - 5pm
Saturday: 11am - 3pm
Call 01582 878100 to book.
You can, of course, buy tickets online at all times.
The Dining Room
Enjoy delicious food and refreshing beverages in the Victorian style dining room overlooking Wardown Park. The perfect setting for a relaxing afternoon with family and friends.
Treat yourself to scrumptious Afternoon Tea. Take advantage of a discounted price when you book a group of twelve or more. Prices from £16.50 per person. Call 01582 547445 or email email@example.com to book. 72 hour advance booking required.
By Bus / By Car / By Train / By Walking
Buses that serve New Bedford Road: 35, 41, 79, 81, 757, 755, 828 and 829.
Buses that serve Old Bedford Road: 24, 24H, 25 and 26.
One mile from Luton Town Centre along A6 towards Bedford. Free parking areas are available on site, one can be accessed from Old Bedford Road and the other from New Bedford Road.
Customer notice: during the winter months, we advise customers attending evening performances to park in the car park on New Bedford Road, opposite the entrance of the museum, since the lighting is better for the darker conditions.
The closest station is Luton (Town) Station (Midland Road exit)
Please note: Wardown House, Museum and Gallery is approximately one mile from Luton train station.
Wardown House, Museum and Gallery is one mile or about 20 minutes walk from Luton (Town) railway station, down Midland Road and along Old Bedford Road.