With a wide range of shops, gorgeous parks and fantastic links, there is every reason to start planning your day trip to Luton.
Thirty miles northwest of central London lies Luton and its wide array of attractions. If you’re not bypassing the town for the airport, make the most of your day and explore everything Luton has to offer. Before your visit, we’re here to help you with some handy tips on what you can get up to and tell you how you can save on your train fare with us.
Luton days out can be jam packed. Keep everyone entertained with a trip to the theatre or tire the kids out on a long walk around some of Luton’s loveliest parks. If it’s shopping you’re after, you’ll be able to find everything from fashion to gadgets at The Mall Luton.
Getting to Luton
Getting to Luton doesn’t need to be expensive. From London, Bedford and Brighton you can make your way to the town on one of our comfortable trains. And because the last thing you need to be worrying about is the cost of your travel, we have plenty of money-saving options for you to choose from.
If you’re off to explore with the little ones, you can take up to four children for just £2 each during Off-Peak periods. Alternatively, if you are making your way to Luton with friends, when you travel Off-Peak within a party of 3-9 adults you’ll qualify for a fantastic discount via our GroupSave tickets. And the savings don’t stop there! Opt for one of our Railcards – including Disabled Persons, Family & Friends and Two Together – to save even more cash.
Things to do in Luton
If you are in the mood for some fresh air, Stockwood Park is where you need to head. After a walk around the many acres of land, why not stop by Stockwood Discovery Centre, a museum in the park’s stables? Discover local history and Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval artefacts on your visit.
Close to the park is a golf centre, with 18-hole and 9-hole courses. The clubhouse also has a balcony overlooking the green, with a café for refreshments after you’ve finished playing.
If you’d like to watch a show, Luton Library Theatre provides an excellent programme of high-quality performances. From ‘The Tempest’ by William Shakespeare to ‘The Wind in the Willows: A Folk Opera’, there is something to suit everyone.
There are plenty of things to do in Luton to keep you occupied, so why not book your tickets today?