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MK Museum

Welcome to Milton Keynes Museum located in the peaceful surroundings of Stacey Hill Farm. Stacey Hill Farm was built early in the Victorian era as a model farm. It was located on the outskirts of Wolverton, one of the UK's original ‘railway towns’. Today the buildings overlook the ‘new city’ of Milton Keynes but when they were built they were in the middle of the countryside. Extensive displays portray the history and development of the North Buckinghamshire and South Northamptonshire area. The area has changed greatly over the years, culminating in the 1960s with the creation of Milton Keynes, the UK's largest and last ‘new city’.

CONTACT:
McConnell Drive
Wolverton
Milton Keynes  MK12 5EL
Tel: 01908 316222 (Office Hours Only, 9am-4pm)
info@mkmuseum.org.uk
www.mkmuseum.org.uk

OPENING HOURS:
April 1 to October 31  Wednesday to Sunday (inclusive), 11.00am-4.30pm
PLUS Good Friday, Easter Monday and Bank Holiday Mondays in May and August, 11.00am-4.30pm
1 November to 31 March  Saturday & Sunday (inclusive), 11.00am-4.30pm – every day during February half term.
The Museum is closed from the end of the Victorian Christmas event until the first full weekend following the New Year's Day Bank Holiday.

ADMISSION PRICES:
Adults: £7.50
Concessions: £6.00
Families (2 Adults + Up To Four Children): £22.00

Visiting Groups 10+ people (by prior arrangement only)
Group member - Adult £6.50
Group member - Concession £5.50
School Group - Student £4.00

Season Tickets:
(valid for one year from date of purchase)
Adult: £25.00
Concession: £20.00
Family: (2 adults + 4 children max) £60.00

FACILITIES:
The Granary Tea Room is open during normal opening hours serving a range of hot and cold home-made refreshments and the museum shop in the entrance hall sells souvenirs of your visit.

CAR PARKING:
There is ample parking with additional space for coaches and minibuses. An area close to the entrance is reserved for vehicles with disabled passengers.

DISABLED FACILITIES:
All of the public display areas and facilities at the Museum are accommodated at ground level. Wheelchair access is possible to all areas although visitors should be aware that doorways in the house and some other areas are standard width.

Motorised and non-motorised wheelchairs are available on site for visitors to use. These do not need to be booked in advance but it does help us if you are able to contact us before your visit to check availability and make a reservation.