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Jurys Inn Milton Keynes

300 Midsummer Boulevard, MK9 2HP Milton Keynes
Short walk from Milton Keynes Railway Station
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Milton Keynes

Fifty miles north-west of London, Milton Keynes is a large town with an intriguing backstory. Built in the 1960s, it was originally designed to relieve housing congestion in the capital, but that’s not to say the area doesn’t have both history and culture worth exploring. Today, it’s a destination in its own right, with modernist architecture, excellent shopping, numerous sporting and events facilities and a strong business hub. Whether you’re visiting for work or leisure, there are plenty of hotels in Milton Keynes town centre. But if you’re looking for a convenient and comfortable place to stay, look no further than Jurys Inn Milton Keynes.

Get your bearings

Located on the northern edge of Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes may be a relatively new town, but its surrounding villages date back much further, and are home to some impressive historic locations. Bletchley Park was once Britain’s best kept secret, but today visitors can explore the Victorian estate that once hid the country’s top codebreakers during World War II, and even see its famous Enigma machines. You can find out more about the area and the creation of the city at the MK Museum, founded in 1973, where you can step back in time and stroll through a traditional high street, and even see what school was like for Victorian children.

Don’t miss

Thanks to the architects who designed Milton Keynes, it is a leafy, nature-filled town, with no fewer than 15 lakes and 11 miles of canals. But there are also opportunities for adventure. Families will love Gulliver’s Land theme park, billed as the best family day out in Buckinghamshire, with more than 70 attractions for kids of all ages. Those after a more relaxed cultural hit can choose from the MK Gallery, whose futuristic exterior houses the work of both Old Masters and contemporary artists, or the Milton Keynes Theatre, one of the country’s leading regional venues, which hosts a varied programme of dramas, operas, musicals and comedies.

While you’re there

Just a 10-minute walk from Jurys Inn Milton Keynes is Xscape, an extreme activity centre that’s home to Snozone, an indoor snow centre and ski slope, as well as a trampoline park, bowling alley and even an indoor skydiving experience. There’s also a cinema, numerous eateries and Rush VR, an immersive virtual reality attraction that will have you exploring pyramids, battling zombies and testing your skills as a space pirate, all from the comfort of Milton Keynes town centre.

Fifty miles north-west of London, Milton Keynes is a large town with an intriguing backstory. Built in the 1960s, it was originally designed to relieve housing...
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