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If you’re travelling to Milton Keynes, you won’t be able to help but notice the many green spaces and wooded areas within the city space. A tapestry of walking trails weave across Milton Keynes, meaning you can enjoy some green oasis time out just a short walk away from the hustle and bustle.
Willen Lake, with its tranquil Peace Pagoda and flocks of wild birds, is a wonderful place to visit with the family, while the ancient woods of Shenley, Howe Park and Linford are home to a variety of wildlife, wild flowers and wistful woodland walks.
On a warm day, pack a picnic and head to River Ouzel, which winds its way through the heart of Milton Keynes, past medieval architecture and picturesque country pubs. If you venture a little outside of the city, be sure to visit the stunning Stowe Landscape Gardens, part of the National Trust.
Culturally and historically, Milton Keynes fuses museums, galleries, architecture and theatre. You’ll find plenty of things to do in Milton Keynes and its surrounding areas.
Artworks MK is an independent arts and education charity offering art and craft workshops, artist led workshop programmes, artist’s studios and exhibition space. You can also stop off at the Barn Gallery and Café, or visit MK Gallery, which offers free exhibitions of international contemporary art.
City museums include Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes Museum, The National Museum of Computing and the Cowper & Newton Museum.
Those who love music in all its forms should head to the Milton Keynes City Orchestra, the nationally renowned live classical music house, or The Stables, they city’s premier live music venue showcasing everything from rock to jazz.
A thriving city with its finger on the pulse, Milton Keynes is a popular UK tourist destination. Abundant with attractions and cultural offerings, as well as shopping and entertainment facilities, it’s an ideal place to take a city break.
A vibrant city with plenty going on, you’ll never be short of things to do in Milton Keynes. From concerts at the National Bowl through to theatre and live comedy – whatever you’re looking for, Milton Keynes has something for everyone.
If you’ve kids in tow, Gullivers theme park caters of children of all ages – from toddlers to teens. With Runaway Trains, Jungle River Rides and classic Dodgems, the whole family is guaranteed to have a good time.
Xscape features some of the most exhilarating entertainment and leisure activities in the UK. Get ready for indoor skiing, snowboarding, skydiving and rock-climbing, as well as a multitude of retail outlets, eateries and a multiplex cinema.
With more than 400 shops in the city centre, Milton Keynes offers fantastic shopping opportunities. Whether you’re on the hunt for shopping malls, boutique shops or farmers’ markets, you’re sure to be able to shop ‘til you drop.
Thecentre:mk and Midsummer Place are the city’s main shopping centres, accommodating all the favourite high street chains and eateries. Check out The Hub and The Kingston Centre for more big name outlets.
Surrounding the city centre, you’ll find bustling market towns and charming villages hosting independent boutiques and farmers’ markets selling fresh local produce.
Milton Keynes offers a wide range of gastronomic dining experiences. Home to more than 350 restaurants in and around the city centre, you’re sure to find something to satisfy all appetites, tastes and budgets.
On a shoestring: Yenna Bean. An independent coffee shop selling great coffee, cakes and sarnies.
Middle of the Road: The Vine House. Affordable fine dining, beautifully presented.
Splash the cash: The Black Horse. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients make up the menu at one of Milton Keynes best gastro pubs. A must visit.