Bunyan sites - Guided walks
Other places to visit, in and around Bedford Town
- Bedford Central Library - has a special collection of Bunyan books
- BID website - comprehensive guide to places to visit in Bedford
- Bromham Mill - a working watermill
- Bushmead Priory - A refectory building, run by National Trust
- Bust of Archbishop Trevor Huddleston - Bedford High Street, unveiled 1999 & re-dedicated by Nelson Mandela 2000
- Corn Exchange Bedford (1864) - used by the BBC during WWII. Glenn Miller gave his first UK concert here in 1944
- Elstow Tea Garden - A pleasant place to get some refreshments after visiting Moot Hall or Elstow Abbey church
- Higgins Art Gallery and Museum.
- John Bunyan boat - Trips down the river Ouse
- Moggerhanger House - Georgian mansion, parkland and tearoom
- Old Town Hall Bedford - Endowed in 1552 by Sir William Harpur as a grammar school. Bunyan may have been taught here.
- Statue of John Howard - on St Paul's Square, Bedford. Howard was the famous prison reformer. At one time, he was a member of Bunyan Meeting, but withdrew over doctrinal differences and formed a separate church, known as Howard Chapel, in Mill Street.
- Stevington Windmill - restored 18th C. post-mill
- St Peter de Merton Church - near the Bunyan Statue
- Other historic churches in Bedfordshire
Other places to visit, in surrounding Bedfordshire
- Marston Vale Forest Centre
- Shuttleworth Vintage Aircraft
- Swiss Garden
- Whipsnade Zoo
- Woburn Abbey - Home of the Duke of Bedford
- Woburn Safari park
- Wrest Park - Home of Sir Henry Grey, steward (treasurer) to Elstow Abbey at the time of its abolition. Now an English Heritage site, it has beautiful gardens & a tea-room.
To go to the 'Bunyan's Birthplace' page - click HERE