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Visit Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire is most known for the fact it was a new town which was man made, created in 1967 by taking 7 villages, 3 towns and farmland and combining them to form the new town. This leads many to believe that is it a town without historical landmarks or culture but this is a long way from the real Milton Keynes so why not spend a few minutes doing some hotel comparison, book the perfect hotel then come and experience what MK has to offer the tourist?

Here are just some of the top Milton Keynes tourist attractions we love:

The National Museum of Computing

Milton Keynes, in particular Bletchley Park is the birthplace of the computer and this is celebrated through the National Museum of Computing which has lots of galleries filled with historical computer equipment and regular interactive events and film screenings for both adults and children.

Extreme Sports

The Xscape dome in the town is a leisure complex which in addition to a cinema houses an indoor ski slope which can be great fun for those looking for some exciting sports. If skiing is too tame then there is always the chance to do some indoor sky diving or try out a climbing wall. If that isn't enough for you then head over to Willen Lake where you can go wake boarding and even Go Ape where you can jump from tree to tree with the addition of some rope bridges!

Roman Remains

Many believe the town lacks history but those that think this are wrong! The town is situated nearby to a range of historical Roman remains such as a Roman Villa in one of the parks which is free to access.

Concrete Cows

The concrete cows are considered to be a Milton Keynes landmark and you cannot visit MK without taking a picture of the cows in all of their glory!

After enjoying a day exploring the sights and attractions you then have the choice of many restaurants and bars for dinner. These range from chain restaurants, many of which are in The Centre Shopping Centre or a range of independent restaurateurs covering a range of cuisines such as Chinese, Indian and traditional pub food.

As Milton Keynes was created to be an equal distance from many of the main south east England cities you will find as a tourist it is very easy to reach with regular train links from Birmingham, London, Oxford and Leicester.