Door 23 locals aangeraden ·
Tips van locals
Everything you need in one place including resturants and within 5-10 min walk to the bars!
All the shops that you could possibly need - connected to the newer Into shopping centre. Is the original American style shopping mall in the UK
Great shopping centre that stays open late during the week. Free parking after 6pm
One of the largest shopping malls in the country, with an amazing range of shops
Large indoor mall with mostly high-street chain shops, department stores plus restaurants and cafes.
Large indoor mall with most high-street chain shops, department stores, restaurants and cafes.
A large shopping mall with lots of choice and a range of entertainment activity's
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“Restaurants, bars, casino, kid's arcade, bowling, indoor skydiving, SnoZone, gym and cinema”
- Door 29 locals aangeraden
“Modern European fresh food concept. Independent owners with decades of well-known brand experience. Well respected for it's food. Premium Casual. - 5 mins -”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden
“Developed in the 1970’s the National Bowl in Milton Keynes is a world renowned music venue and event arena that has hosted some of the worlds biggest music acts. Recently bought by Pete Winkelman to develop as a football training and music venue and looking forward to many more live bands! The construction of the Bowl began in 1971 when surplus soil from the road building for the development of the City of Milton Keynes was piled on the site of a redundant brick works. In 1973 following some inspirational thinking the spoil was formed into a horse-shoe shaped arena on the same lines as the world famous Hollywood Bowl and on Saturday 8th September 1979 the National Bowl, hosted Desmond Decker and Geno Washington. Since then the National Bowl has gained an international reputation, hosting a galaxy of world class entertainers including: 1980 POLICE with Squeeze, UB40, Skatfish, Sector 27, Sat 26th July 1981 THIN LIZZY with Judie Tzuke, The Ian Hunter Band, Q Tips, Trimmer and Jenkins,Sat 8th August 1982 QUEEN, with Heart, Teardrop Explodes, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Sat 5th June GENESIS, with Talk Talk, The Blues Band, John Martyn, Sat 2nd October 1983 DAVID BOWIE, with The Beat and Icehouse Fri 1st, Sat 2nd, Sun 3rd July 1984 STATUS QUO with Marillion, Nazareth, Gary Glitter, Jason and the Scorchers, Sat 21st July 1985 U2 with REM, The Ramones, Billy Bragg, Spear Of Destiny, The Men They Couldn’t Hang, Faith Brothers, Sat 22nd June 1986 SIMPLE MINDS with The Bangles, The Cult, Lloyd Cole and The Commotions, Big Audio Dynamite, The Waterboys, In Tua Nua, Dr and The Medics, Sat 21st June MARILLION with special guests, Gary Moore, Jethro Tull, Magnum, Mamas Boys, Sat 28th June 1988 Amnesty International event with Stranglers, Aswad, The Damned, Howard Jones, Joe Strummer, Aztec Camera, B.A.D, Sat 18th, Sun 19th June MICHAEL JACKSON, with Kim Wilde, Sat 10th September 1989 BON JOVI with Europe, Vixen and Skid Row, Sat 19th August 1990 DAVID BOWIE, with Gene Loves Jezebel, The Men They Couldn’t Hang, Two Way Street, Sat 4th, Sun 5th August ERASURE, with Adamski, Sat 1st September 1991 ZZ TOP with Bryan Adams, Liitle Angels, The Firm, Thunder Sat 6th July SIMPLE MINDS, with Stranglers, OMD Sat 21st August 1993 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, Sat 23rd May GUNS 'n’ ROSES, The Cult, Soul Asylum, Sat 29th, Sun 30th May METALLICA with Megadeth, Diamond Head, The Almighty, Sat 5th June BON JOVI with Manic Street Preachers, Billy Idol, Little Angels, Sat 18th, Sun 19th September 1994 UB40 with Jamiroquai, Sat 13th August 1995 REM with Blur, Belly and Magnapop Sat 29th July; with Radiohead, Cranberries and Sleeper Sunday 30th July 1996 BON JOVI, Joan Osborne, Gun, Seven, Sat 6th, Sun 7th July 1998 OZZFEST with Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Foo Fighters, Therapy?, Pantera, Sat 20th June 1999 MET ALLICA, with Terrorvision, Placebo, Marilyn Manson, Sat 10th July 2001 OZZFEST, with Black Sabbath, Slipknot, Tool, Papa Roach, Sat 26 May AC/DC with The Offspring, Queens Of The Stone Age and Megadeth Fri 8th June BON JOVI with Matchbox Twenty, Delirious? Sat 17th June ROBBIE WILLIAMS with Toploader, ABC, Fri 20th, Sat 21st, Sun 22nd July 2002 SUMMER XS with Ronan Keating, Blue, Beverley Knight and The Lighthouse Family, Sun 16th June 2003 SUMMER XS with Simply Red, Blue and Busted, Sunday 15th June EMINEM with 50 Cent, Cypress Hill, D12 and Obie Trice, Xzibit Sat 21st, Sun 22nd, Mon 23rd June 2004 SUMMER XS with McFly, Natasha Bedingfield, Sun 20th June 2005 GREEN DAY with Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, Hard Fi, Sat 18th, Sun 19th June SUMMER XS with McFly, Texas and Charlotte Church, Sun 25th June OASIS with The Zutons, Secret Machines, 22:20’s, Redwalls Sat 9 July; The Coral, 22:20’s, Secret Machines, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, Sun 10th July 2006 MONSTERS OF ROCK with Deep Purple, Alice Cooper, Journey, Thunder, Ted Nugent, Sat 3rd June BON JOVI, with Nickelback, Spin, Sat 10th and Sun 11th June TAKE THAT with Sugababes and Beverley Knight, Sat 24th, Sun 25th June ROBBIE WILLIAMS with Basement Jaxx, Orson, Thur 14th, Fri 15th, Sat 16th, Mon 18th, Tues 19th September 2008 LINKIN P ARK, JA Y Z, present Projekt Revolution with Pendulum, N*E*R*D, Enter Shikari, The Bravery, Inner Party System, Sun 29th June 2010 THE PRODIGY with Pendulum, Enter Shikari, Chase & Status and Does It Offend You, Yeah? Sat 24th July 2011 FOO FIGHTERS with Biffy Clyro, Death Cab for Cutie, Jimmy Eat World, Tame Impala, The Hot Rats 2nd & 3rd July 2011 2012 SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA with No-ID, Example, Madeon, Allesso, Calvin Harris, Pete Tong, Sat 14th July 2012 2014 KINGS OF LEON with Haim, Twin Atlantic and the Last International, Sun 22nd June PEARL JAM with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Off, Fri 11th July ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL, Sat 12th July 2015 ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL Sat 11th July FOO FIGHTERS with Iggy Pop and Royal Blood, Sat 5th, Sun 6th September 2016 ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL, Sat 9th July ”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden
“The Milton Keynes Coachway is interchange close to junction 14 of the M1 Motorway on the eastern edge of Milton Keynes, north Buckinghamshire, England. It supports coach services to cities, towns and airports on the M1 and on into Scotland, to Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports, as well as the east-west route to Oxford and Cambridge, and interchange between these services. There are also local bus services and nearby, a park and ride site. It is the second busiest coach station in the United Kingdom. Dating from 1989, it was the first of the UK's Coachway interchanges.”
- Door 4 locals aangeraden