Woburn (Bedfordshire)

Woburn is a picturesque village in Bedfordshire, though is close to Milton Keynes in the Buckinghamshire. In addition to its Georgian architecture, Woburn is notable for Woburn Abbey, a stately home, and a safari park.

Get in

By road

From London, take the M1 and leave at junction 13, then take the A4012. From Milton Keynes, either take the M1 from junction 14 to junction 13 (then A4012) or head towards to M1 but instead take the A5130 to Woburn. From Bedford, take the A412 towards junction 13 of the M1, then take the A4012

By train

Woburn Sands is the nearest railway station. It is served by trains that run between Bletchley (near Milton Keynes) and Bedford. There are no direct trains to Milton Keynes or London. Bus 138 links Woburn Sands station with Woburn.

From London

From Euston station head towards Milton Keynes. Either go to Bletchey for the train to Woburn Sands or continue to the next stop, Milton Keynes, and take a bus to Woburn (see By bus section).

From St Pancras station head towards Bedford. Either go to Flitwick and take bus 10A to Woburn or continue to the next stop, Bedford and take the train to Woburn Sands.

By bus

From Milton Keynes, bus 138 runs from central Milton Keynes to Woburn. Buses 160 and 165 run between Bedford and Leighton Buzzard via Woburn




Nearby Milton Keynes offers budget accommodation.

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