Bedfordshire Historic and Architectural Properties and Gardens

Castles, Abbeys, Churches, Houses, Estates and Gardens, Industrial Heritage attractions and museums (English Heritage / National Trust / others) many with brief details of disabled access.
Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the Bedfordshire Attractions and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.

We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed

 

Ampthill Park - a favourite hunting area of Henry VIII, former deer park, landscaped by Capability Brown - we have no disabled access info for this site
www.ampthill.org.uk

 

Bromham Mill & Gallery - working mill dating from the 17th century, working mill machinery and milling exhibition, cafe, contemporary art gallery andcraft outlet - we have no disabled access info for this site
www.bedford.gov.uk/leisure_and_culture

 

Higgins Art Gallery & Museum - local history, themed exhibitions - Bedford cultural quarter - we have no disabled access info for this site
www.thehigginsbedford.org.uk

 

John Bunyan Museum - re the life and times of John Bunyan, the author of The Pilgrim’s Progress - Bedford
www.bunyanmeeting.co.uk/museum

 

Whipsnade Tree Cathedral - This incredible Tree Cathedral, made from trees, shrubs and plants, was created after the First World War in the spirit of 'faith, hope and reconciliation' - we have no disabled access info for this site
www.nationaltrust.org.uk

 

Wrest Park - This is a wonderful 90-acre historic landscape and French-style mansion which will take its rightful place amongst the country's great garden attractions - Silsoe, Luton - Mobility Scooter loan Accessible Toilets, Baby changing facilities - please see website
www.english-heritage.org.uk

 

 

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