Get on track at Luton train station
Found on the Midland Mainline, Luton train station is close to the town's centre and was first constructed back in 1868. As well as being close to notable locations such as Luton Town's home at Kenilworth Road and The Galaxy entertainment complex, the station is also just three miles from London Luton Airport.
Explore fantastic location sights
Whatever your reason for visiting Luton train station, be sure to make time to explore some of the area's best-loved attractions. Stockwood Discovery Centre is home to a beautiful sculpture garden, a collection of horse-drawn carriages and a range of exhibits which offer fascinating glimpses into local history. In addition, visitors to the area can also enjoy the fresh air and stunning views offered by the Dunstable Downs, an area thought to be the highest point in the East of England.
Unmissable animal action at Whipsnade Zoo
One attraction which simply cannot be missed while you're close to Luton is Whipsnade Zoo. Thought to be the biggest site of its kind within the UK, the zoo is home to a range of incredible animals from cheetahs, lions and tigers to giraffes, elephants and hippos. Its incredible butterfly house also boasts more than 30 different species from across the world. Planning a trip to Luton train station? Travelodge Luton Hotel offers fantastic low-cost accommodation, while Travelodge Toddington M1 Southbound Hotel is also Nearby.