About Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes is a large town in the English county of Buckinghamshire and a significant urban area located around 45 miles north-west of London. The Borough of Milton Keynes incorporates a number of other towns, namely Bletchley, Stony Stratford and Wolverton, as well as several smaller villages. The town of Milton Keynes emerged as a large commercial centre after being designated as a ‘new town’ in 1967. Its development was carefully designed and planned with the aim of creating a major regional centre and a new, self-sustaining city in the south-east of England. Today Milton Keynes is a thriving and vibrant urban hub, with a well-established commercial economy focussed primarily around Central Milton Keynes, a designated business core at the heart of town.
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Milton Keynes lies almost equidistant between London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge, each of which are easily accessible from the centre of Milton Keynes by either road or rail. The major cities in the north of England are also readily accessible from the town via train from Milton Keynes Central station. A broad variety of businesses have established their UK headquarters in Milton Keynes, including the high street retailer Argos, the international food delivery franchise Domino’s Pizza, and several major car makers like Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen AG.
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Things to do in Milton Keynes
Among the biggest attractions for visitors to Milton Keynes is the estate at Bletchley Park, where British code breakers famously worked to crack all-important enemy codes during World War II. The site at Bletchley Park is also home to the National Museum of Computing, which is well worth as visit too. Other attractions include the Westbury Arts Centre near Shenley Wood, and Milton Keynes Theatre, which opened in 1999 and seats almost 1,500 people. Meanwhile, for much larger events, the National Bowl has room enough for up to 65,000 revellers. For quality restaurants in Central Milton Keynes, you could try Brasserie Blanc on Avebury Boulevard or Rajdhani, one of the best Indian eateries in the county. If you’re looking for a welcoming place to grab a drink you could try Ships Ashore, the Olde Swan or the Wavendon Arms. Or for perhaps a more stylish and elegant bar experience, try All Bar One or The Living Room along Midsummer Boulevard.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Milton Keynes Central
- Nearest motorways: M1
- Nearest airports: London Luton Airport, Birmingham International Airport