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  • A great day out at Milton Keynes Museum
    DO touch is the philosophy at Milton Keynes Museum where history comes to life with brilliant recreations, hands-on displays, and more to see and do than you can possibly fit into one visit.   A fascinating visit for all ages, there's so much to see and do, including: ►browse in our fascinating street of shops, just like great-grandma did ►take part in […]
  • Veteran pair rev up to tackle 4,000 miles around Britain
    When vintage biker John Wallis sets out from Milton Keynes Museum on a gruelling round-the-British-coast journey this week he won’t be the oldest thing on the road. For the 65-year-old from Blakelands will be tackling the 4,000-mile challenge on his Brough Superio, MR 403,which has just celebrated its 90th birthday.  read more […]
  • Four hundred and fifty nights at the Museum!
    It’s not every day you can spend the night in the Co-op doorway or Police phone box with all your friends. But those were only two of the ingenious places the city’s guides and brownies found to lay down their heads during a hectic Night at Milton Keynes Museum weekend. Around 450 youngsters from north Milton Keynes took part in two days of activities – of w […]
  • Museum expansion project seeks Activity Plan Consultant
    Milton Keynes Museum and Milton Keynes Council are undertaking a Stage 1 Heritage Lottery Fund project to develop a £7.5 million expansion plan for the Museum. We are now looking for exemplary Activity Planning Consultant(s) to work with stakeholders and other project consultants to develop an activity plan for the Museum development phase and into operation […]
  • Milton Keynes Museum achieves TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014
    TripAdvisor – the world-leading tourism site – has awarded a Certificate Excellence to Milton Keynes Museum for 2014. The prized award is given only to attractions that consistently receive outstanding reviews from visitors. read more […]
  • Even more to do at Milton Keynes Museum for Children & Family Weekend
    Story-tellers, circus performers, face painters, maypole dancers, games, bouncy castle, plus arts and crafts stalls and a farmers’ market. It really is all happening over the weekend 14-15 June, when Milton Keynes Museum offers a special welcome to youngsters and their families. read more […]
  • Time Travellers welcome at Museum's History Festival 10-11 May
    The smell of bread baked in clay ovens, the thump of firing muskets, and the sight of scarlet-coated soldiers looking for new recruits – just a small taste of the delights coming to Milton Keynes Museum this weekend as the site is totally transformed for its annual History Festival. Running from 11am-4.30pm Saturday 10- Sunday 11 May, the Festival features t […]
  • Business Planning Consultants sought for expansion project at Milton Keynes Museum
    Milton Keynes Museum and Milton Keynes Council are undertaking a Stage 1 Heritage Lottery Fund project to develop an expansion plan for Milton Keynes Museum. As a result we're now looking for exemplary Business Planning Consultant(s) to work with stakeholders and other project consultants to develop a robust business plan for the Museum development phas […]
  • Museum fit for a city gets the go-ahead
    A landmark museum aiming to be among the best in the UK has got underway way thanks to initial funding from Milton Keynes Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England. To be created at the popular Milton Keynes Museum, the project involves a transformation of the existing site - with major new galleries tracing the area's story from pre-h […]
  • New Year
    The Museum reopens for 2014 on Saturday 11th January.           read more […]
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