Priory House Heritage Centre

Priory House Heritage Centre
33 High Street South


Priory House



(01582) 891420

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A new and exciting venue, Priory House Heritage Centre is THE place to visit in Central Bedfordshire. Hosting a range of events and exhibitions it is an educational resource, home of the local archive and as a base for evening classes, guided walks and a great place to visit.
Originally a hostel for an Augustinian Priory, it was converted into a house after the reformation. Since then it has also been a private mental hospital a hat factory and offices, before opening as a heritage centre in 2005.

Venue Type:

Archive, Museum, Industrial heritage site, Sacred space, Heritage site

Opening hours

Mon to Sat, 10.00-16:00

Closed: Sunday

Admission charges


Unlike a museum, the display will not be collection based, although some artifacts will be on show. It will focus on the town history, including the Romans, Henry I and Henry VIII.

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Industry, Photography, Religion, Social History, Weapons and War