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Luton station is located in the middle of Luton, Bedfordshire, and is on the Midland Main Line. Some of Luton’s most distinguishing features include Luton Airport and the University of Bedfordshire. It has been known previously for its tradition of hatmakers and car production. However, both industries have declined significantly over the years, and the area is mostly known for its close proximity to the airport, and for its sporting team such as Luton Football Club, as well as shopping centres such as the Mall Luton which also has a market within it.
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It is undoubtedly possible to park on the street, but it may require a lot of walking to the station. Local residents are concerned about people parking on their streets, so please be considerate and do not park over driveways or on pavements. There have been reports of cars being vandalised in Luton. This is usually targeted at cars which look like they may be driven by people from out of town. Parking is an issue for some locals.
There is a car park with around 170 spaces near the train station. Parking in Luton is challenging and is also costly. There are other paid car parks located in Regent Street and Dorset court. There are also several convenient car parks close to the airport, but be prepared to pay. Some people also offer car parking in their garages or on their land. Check JustPark to see if this is possible, as it is becoming more popular in the UK.
There is a useful bus interchange at the front of the station. It serves Milton Keynes, Luton Airport, Dunstable, Houghton Regis and Luton town itself.
Disabled parking near the train station exists at the front of the East car park. Blue Badge holders have access to spaces, as everywhere in the UK.
Car parking near the station is restricted to drop-off areas and the main car park close to the train station. Luton is a busy station and car parking is policed heavily, with fines being issued.
Bank holidays do not change car parking restrictions in Luton, as it is a bustling area any time of the year.
A set down area is located near the exit of the train station.
Luton is not really known as a tourist area, but it does have some interesting places to visit. Stockwood Discovery Centre has some interesting museums and is a good place to take children. Wrest Park, and Wardown House has a beautiful garden and tearooms, as well as galleries to browse. Stockwood Park has a beautiful lake, and Wardown Park also has a lake and places for the kids to play. For sports lovers, there is also Kenilworth Stadium which is home to Luton Football Club. St Marys Church was built in the 12th Century and is worth looking at for architecture and history lovers.