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Milton Keynes Travel Guide  

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Milton Keynes lies in the south east of England and is a part of Buckinghamshire.
The population of the city including its adjacent town is 184,506 and consists of a younger makeup as compared to the national average.
The city has a booming economy in the South East and the 21,870 acres of land which were previously a village and farmland have been well developed with excellent rail and road connections.
The climate is relatively humid and the summers are pleasant. There are huge venues for holding music concerts and performances.
There are a number of museums and park areas which are well structured.
There is a huge growth potential within the city and the population is expected to double in the near future.    

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Reviews Milton Keynes

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Bletchley Park was used by the German armed forces in World War II and includes a historic mansion, a conference centre, a code breaking museum, World War II Memorabilia and Cryptology Trial. Gulliver’s Land Theme Park has a park setting... more and includes more than thirtyfive attractions and rides for children such as train rides and roller coasters and is the most visited family attraction. Milton Keynes Museum is a beautiful Victorian area of farmland which was built in 1973 and includes live demonstrations of the bygone era of the Edwardian and Victorian age. The Milton Keynes Gallery displays a wide collection of modern visual art which have been set amidst natural light to bring out the best features of the sculptures and paintings kept here. The Milton Keynes Central Library is located at the heart of the city and offers a fine collection of fiction and non fiction books as well as an internet facility for the visitors who come here.     
brian white
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : A wonderful city mainly misunderstood by most of UK who have never been there. It is very easy to get around. It is a city the same size as Southampton yet you can get anywhere in 10-15 minutes. A excellent... more place to bring up children
Not to be missed Olney church , Xscape , Bletchley Park
Level 14     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : It's nice place and has great shops and easy to get round. There's no traffic jams!
Not to be missed Shop , Milton Keynes Theatre , Xscape
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