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All reviews play area horse drawn lego exhibition all ages carriage collection old cars transport museum free entry flight path nice cafe local history great museum gardens are lovely few hours couple of hours worth a visit lovely place
This is my granddaughters favourite place. Each season has something to offer one. The gardens are beautifully kept. The chickens are lovely and you can feed them with the grass that is around. The playground is really good for little ones and older children. There...More
A friend suggested we visit Stockwood while we were staying overnight in Luton and we went expecting to only spend an hour or so there. In reality we were there almost 3 hours and if it had been a better day we could have stayed...More
We love Stockwood and it's a great go-to place to spend a couple of hours in decent weather without spending a fortune. Love that it's free to get in and the kids can enjoy the play area, exploring all the different sections, run around the...More
Never heard of this place before but we had a couple of hours to kill and found this on trip advisor. Interesting gardens, fascinating collection of old road carriages, informative section on pre historic and historic Luton. Cafe was fine for what we wanted. Free...More
I live less then half an hour away but had never heard of Stockwood. I feel I have made a discovery myself. Very friendly staff, lots of open space and park, beautiful gardens, museum with loads of carriages and more, a good cafe and plenty...More
We were visiting my son and as it was a rainy day we visited the Discovery Centre.
It was small but interesting I am in a wheelchair and it was mostly accessible. We had lunch in the Garden cafe, I had a slight issue with...More
Most probably, bus to Marsh Farm or Barton le Clay will probably drive down Stockingstone Hill and there are stops near lights at junction with Old Bedford Road. From there it is a 2 minute walk. Bus journey probably 15... More
Most probably, bus to Marsh Farm or Barton le Clay will probably drive down Stockingstone Hill and there are stops near lights at junction with Old Bedford Road. From there it is a 2 minute walk. Bus journey probably 15 minutes. Failing which a taxi would take 10 minutes.