Open Thurs - Sat, 10am - 4pm (Last entry 3.30pm)
Entry to the Museum is FREE
Discover the amazing story of a unique religious community
This museum tells the story of the Panacea Society – a Christian group formed in the early twentieth century who created their own 'Garden of Eden' in the centre of Bedford.
The Panacea Museum is located across several Victorian buildings that formed the community’s headquarters. It tells the story of the Panacea Society and other similar religious groups.
Panacea: A Cure for All Ills
The origins and growth of the Panacea Society's Healing service
Printing at the Panacea
Join local artist Anne-Marie Abbate to create art on our antique printing press
Mrs Shepstone and Mrs Fox
The letters of Helen Shepstone to Rachel Fox
Take a Tour
The Panacea Museum is located across several Victorian buildings that formed the community’s headquarters.