About Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes might be considered a new city, founded in 1967, but the settlement has deep roots, and a long history stretching back well past the Middle Ages. Archeologists investigating the site before initial city planning discovered evidence of human settlements from 2,000 BC, so it’s safe to say Milton Keynes has been hosting visitors and locals alike for quite some time. As one of the largest towns in Buckinghamshire, Milton Keyes has a generous helping of museums, cafés, shops, restaurants, a theater, a concert hall, and even a ski slope!
Another key feature of beautiful Milton Keynes is the extensive outdoor space, from rolling parks dotted with trees to lakes and rivers. With over 6,000 acres of green space and counting, complemented by a network of over 200 miles of redway cycle and walking paths, thousands of residents and visitors enjoy the natural beauty of Milton Keynes every day. Milton Keynes is also known for its widely accessible public art (with scores of artworks displayed throughout the city) and for its emerging International Festival, during which multi-arts programs are staged in unusual places and public spaces. For businesses or freelancers utilizing one of Milton Keynes’ coworking spaces, there is no shortage of after-work activities to enjoy in the city or the countryside.
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