Phone Number: 01234 353178
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The Panacea Museum is a museum about the Panacea society in Bedford town centre in Bedfordshire.
The Panacea Society was a secret religious organisation that was founded in Bedford in the early 20th century by Mabel Barltrop. The museum is set over two floors of the former community house of the organisation and has artefacts pertaining to the group and informational panels. There is are also gardens and a small chapel to view.
- Use nearby pay and display car parks.
- Please check the The Panacea Museum website for opening hours.
- Admission is free. Some activities may need to be booked in advance.
Prices and opening hours correct as at April 2020.
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