MK Gallery - Destination Milton Keynes

MK Gallery

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MK Gallery

Award-winning MK Gallery offers world-class exhibitions and events, together with pioneering learning and engagement programmes. Inspired by the unique design history of Milton Keynes, the new MK Gallery opening in 2019, designed by renowned architects 6a in collaboration with artists Gareth Jones and Nils Norman and is an iconic feature of the city's skyline.

The magnificent Sky Room offers stunning views over Campbell Park and beyond whilst hosting the very best contemporary film, experimental concerts, thought provoking lectures and a range of comedy nights to the city centre.

For families, MK Gallery has weekly art workshops including Start the Art and Saturday Studio, as well as lots of other exciting programmes throughout the year. Adjacent to the Gallery is the City Club Playscape - an artist-designed play area open 365 days a year for children to play, learn and enjoy. A welcoming cafe and fully licensed bar with outdoor terrace completes MK Gallery's very special offer.

MK Gallery

Contact:

900 Midsummer Blvd,
Milton Keynes,
MK9 3QA

01908 676900

info@mkgallery.org

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OPENING HOURS:
Mondays – Closed
Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 7pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm

ADMISSION:
Entrance costs vary depending on the exhibition. Please visit
www.mkgallery.org for further details.
Exhibition entry free for Milton Keynes residents every Tuesday.

CAR PARKING:
There are metered parking spaces and a multi-storey car park in the vicinity with a few disabled parking spaces at the entrance to Margaret Powell Square serving MK Theatre and MK Gallery visitors. Please consider using alternative forms of transport including public, walking and cycling.

Head to www.getsmartertravelmk.org to plan your journey.

ACCESSIBILITY:
MK Gallery is fully accessible and is committed to making their programme accessible to all visitors. A dedicated Open Access Tour is provided during each exhibition which includes British Sign Language interpretation and audio description of the works displayed.