Milton Keynes thecentre:mk 1
Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire was created in the late 1960s as one of the country’s ‘new towns’, and today visitors can enjoy a range of attractions just a short drive up the M1 from London. It has an excellent shopping centre, which was built in the progressive European style of the time, with plenty of shops and dining facilities under the one roof. Milton Keynes also boasts plenty of independent village and a great range of sports facilities and theme parks, which all the family will enjoy. You can even practice indoor skiing on real snow at one of the UK’s largest indoors ski centres. With theatres, stately homes, award-winning galleries and traditional pubs, Milton Keynes has come a long way, but you may find parking in Milton Keynes a challenge sometimes, especially during the summer.
Fortunately, NCP’s Milton Keynes car park at thecentre:mk1 puts you right in the middle of this vibrant town, and close to all the attractions. Park here and enjoy a day’s shopping, with just a short trip back to the car with your bags afterwards. To make your outing even easier, you can pre-book your parking space in Milton Keynes for convenient, hassle-free parking all year round.
Campbell Park Parking
Campbell Park is the main open green space in Milton Keynes and a favourite spot for the locals. It was named after Lord Campbell, one of the town’s first planners, and is a great place to get some exercise and fresh air. As the park is just a short walk from the NCP thecentre:mk1 Milton Keynes car park, you can conveniently leave your vehicle there and be spreading out your picnic blanket in minutes!
The Centre:mk1 Shopping Mall Parking
Opened in 1979, The Centre:mk1 Shopping Mall was designed to create a European experience for shoppers, with 240 restaurants and stores all under one roof, and escalators connecting the floors. You’ll find all the high street brands here, and NCP’s thecentre:mk1 car park couldn’t be any closer for truly convenient parking for that shop-til-you-drop day trip.
Milton Keynes Theatre Parking
Milton Keynes Theatre opened in 1999 and is the cultural heart of the town. It stages everything from opera and ballet to West End productions, so pre-book a space at the NCP thecentremk:1 car park just along the road and enjoy a show without worrying about parking