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MK Gallery

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Alan Turing statue at Bletchley Park

Arts & Heritage

Past and Present

Milton Keynes is a place with a rich and interesting historical past, combined with the energetic cultural life of a modern city. You’ll find museums and exhibitions documenting England’s treasured heritage, galleries packed with art, sculpture and creativity of all kinds, music, theatre, dance, comedy, performance and more. A public art collection numbering over 260 works lies ready to explore, and the celebrated IF: Milton Keynes International Festival is an annual cultural highlight.

Milton Keynes Theatre

Grab front row seats

...at Milton Keynes Theatre, designed by Blonski Heard in 1999 to
bring the outside in. The moveable ceiling can be heightened to
accommodate even the most expansive opera or orchestral
performance.

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MK Gallery

Eyes forward

...at the award-winning MK Gallery, where you’ll find exhibitions of international contemporary art, bringing the world’s finest artists right here to our city.

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Dive into discovery

...at a family-friendly Milton Keynes Museum, or delve into a little history at renowned attractions including Bletchley Park, Woburn Abbey, or the National Museum of Computing.

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The Stables Milton Keynes

Tap your foot

...and hit the dancefloor at The Stables, Milton Keynes’ premier live music venue. Whether it’s jazz, blues, folk, rock, pop or classical, there’s a gig for you.

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Get out and about

...in the open air, exploring the beautiful gardens at National Trust Stowe, or the nearby historic market towns. With 6,000 acres of green space within the city itself, managed by the Parks Trust, there’s no excuse to miss the fresh air.

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Milton Keynes Museum

Milton Keynes Museum is where history comes to life with amazing stories, brilliant re-creations, and displays you can touch and try out.

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01908 316222

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The National Museum of Computing

The National Museum of Computing, located at Bletchley Park houses the largest collection of functional historic computers in the world, including a rebuilt Colossus, the world's first electronic computer.

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01908 374 708

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Cowper & Newton Museum

Visit the house in Olney where one of England's favourite poets William Cowper lived for twenty years.

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01234 711516

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Living Archive

Living Achieve collects, preserves and shares the heritage and history of Milton Keynes.

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Telephone:

01908 322568

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