If you're in the City for the Festival, Milton Keynes has a broad offer for visitors. There's plenty of shopping, entertainment, activities, culture and sport. Whether you’re visiting for a day, a weekend or longer, there’s lots do and see.
Regional shopping destination with over 190 stores, cafes and restaurants all under one roof, anchored by John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Next. centre:mk is the premier shopping destination in the region between London and Birmingham, Cambridge and Oxford, and is unrivalled in its customer service.
MyCinema Outdoor Cinema
MyMiltonkeynes are bringing MyCinema back to Fred Roche Gardens throughout July.
Milton Keynes Parks
Campbell Park hosts Festival events, though The Parks Trust looks after over 6,000 acres of parkland and green spaces.
Milton Keynes Gallery
Exhibitions, independent film, events, café bar and shop.The current exhibition is Memphis: Plastic Field which explores an influential 80s design movement in Memphis.
MK Festival Fringe (8 -15 July)
Cineworld, indoor real ski slope, bowling alley, trampolining, sky diving, shops and dining.
The visitor's guide to Milton Keynes! An excellent website with lots of information about Milton Keynes and all it has to offer.
A popular park in Milton Keynes and home to Splash 'n' Play, watersports, wakeboarding, Treetop Extreme, boat hire and more.
English country house and heritage attraction - the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers (including Alan Turing) and the Enigma machine.
Music organisation and theatre venue for concerts, shows, workshops and a full educational programme. The Stables is the producer of IF: Milton Keynes International Festival.
Check website for Programme and opening details:stables.org