Wardown House, Museum and Gallery
Info for Schools
Contact Details

Previously known as Wardown Park Museum, Wardown House is one of two free admission museums situated in Luton which are part of the charitable trust, Luton Culture. Wardown House is currently undergoing refurbishment funded by Heritage Lottery and will reopen in Winter 2016.

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Costs: The Museum Schools Service offer a range of enjoyable activities for all. Sessions are all linked with the National Curriculum and cover subject areas such as History, Science and Art. Prices per session start from £50 per hour with discounts given for multiple sessions booked on the same day.

We also run an Arts for Schools programme which offers bespoke projects working with local professional Artist Educators. Prices for an Artist Educator start from £250 per day. Total costs, including materials and planning time, are dependent on the scale of the project. We cost each project individually and agree total price with

References: available on request.

Other information

Both museum sites are accredited by Learning Outside the Classroom. We can offer activities from Foundation to Key Stage 4 as well as continued professional development for teachers.

Accessibility: The house is fully accessible via ramp and lift. Please note there is restricted access for wide pushchairs, wheelchairs and mobility scooters in some areas due to the nature of the Grade II listed building.

Safeguarding: Safeguarding policy.

Insurance: Public Liability insurance

Parking: Coaches use a layby on Old Bedford Road for Wardown Park Museum

Contact Name
Dawn Boother
Wardown Park Museum, Old Bedford Road, LU2 7HA
01582 546740