Places To Visit in Bedfordshire

Covered by Luton, Bedford and Central Bedfordshire, county of Bedfordshire preserves it historical values for tourists and holidaymakers. The city glows up in colors of Christmas during the month of December and heaps of people are attracted towards it to enjoy the colorful ambiance of streets of Bedfordshire. Winter holidays in Bedfordshire bring cheerful environment for residents and holidaymakers. Winter season is not much amiable so you must make all arrangement to have a wonderful Christmas at Bedfordshire. Book a traditional hotel in advance and enjoy winter with your loved ones by sitting near the fire pit and taking a sip of hot coffee or roam around on different tourist attractions in Bedfordshire. Make up a list of all places for your winter holidays and don’t leave any nook and cranny unexplored. There is a lot to visit in the county but you must also make a proper time management else you would regret if you missed any opportunity.


Museum of Tempsford Village

An exhibition of historic photographs and archives is displayed at the Tempsford Village. The photographs are documentations of past century or more. The photographs give an image of history of Bedfordshire and the role it played in old times.


This program is exclusive episode of Christmas holidays. Tempsford Village Now and Then opens in December but not available in November. Museum time is 02:00 pm till 04:00 pm, children under the age of 15 are free and nominal entry ticket is £2. So be ready to explore the old times of Bedfordshire which you had never seen before.


Christmas Tree Dressing Day

Christmas tree dressing day, a national event, held every year in Bedfordshire. The event is celebrated as culture and tradition. Visitors can walk to Dunstable Downs and the Whipsnade Estate, Dunstable Road, Whipsnade, and decorate the tree by themselves or write a wish and hang on the tree. Tourists who hired cars also have the option to leave and entrust their rented vehicles in Luton meet and greet area. Residents of Bedfordshire participate with their warm heart and welcome outsiders to be a part of convention.


No booking or advance reservation is required. Admission fee is admissible for the entry. Be part of beautification of Christmas tree, capture your memorable moments in camera and take back to show and recommend your loved ones to visit Bedfordshire’s beautiful Christmas nights and festivities.


Craft Market

Don’t forget to pay a visit to Christmas craft market. From Luton Airport, visitors will have an option to either hire Harpenden airport taxis or rent a car in order to visit Craft Market. Best handmade articles are displayed by Bedfordshire’s artisans. You would be surprised to see handmade crafts and would take a bundle of items with you.


Christmas handicrafts worth buying and can be presented as gifts to your friends and family. You can also have some mulled wine while enjoying the display and attractiveness of the Christmas market. The market is worthwhile to be visited. So don’t forget to mention it in your list of places. Your family, friends and you would definitely spend your entire time but your time won’t be enough to have a complete visit to the place.


Sunday Stroll

You will find many volunteers to guide you at £1 payable fares. Volunteers are available at forest center reception.


You will be guided about the Country Park. During Christmas days you cannot access the place by station road so you can access the places from Millbrook side. The place is calm, relaxing and excellent to visit with family.


Christmas Gallery Show

At Castle road, Bedford, Bedfordshire, Christmas gallery show is held every weekday, Saturday and Sunday. Exhibition is held by local artist. Items which are displayed include painting, ceramic materials, Jewelry and many more.


You can also find handmade decoration for your Christmas trees, so you can beautify and customize your trees as you like. You will be fascinated to see the amicable and applauded behavior of local artists. You will never forget the time you spend at the gallery show.


Exclusive Christmas Carol

A local theatre on the eve of Christmas is held at sandy library, market square. You will be refreshed by the live performance of entertainers.


Classical tale is performed at the theater. Children under the age of 16 pay £3 for ticket while £3 for adults. Ticket can be obtained from the sandy library. This exclusive program is a must watch during your stay in Bedfordshire.


Special Party Nights

Bedfordshire has a lot more to offer you with a party festival at shuttleworth, old warden neighboring to Biggleswade. Classy party night are organized in the December are 8 or 15, or 9 or 16. You will be offered glass of prosecco at 19:00 following three segment dinner i.e. tea, coffee and mince at 20:00. You can walk to the front hall and ballroom and then garden suite on serving of different items. House services are offered at an expense of £45 per person.


Wheatsheaf Tempsford

If you want to do something that is luxuriate and provides warmness in the cold winter nights of Christmas, then head to the Wheat Sheaf for good food and quality drinks. The place is a famous pub and is well-known for serving special cuisines and drinks during Christmas. Your visit to the place will be valuable.