Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It remains highly relevant to our lives today and for the future. It is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. It played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the conflict.
Inspired by the unique history of Milton Keynes, the new building, designed by renowned architects 6a in collaboration with artists Gareth Jones and Nils Norman, is an iconic feature of the city skyline. The view of the building from Campbell Park is not to be missed when you visit.
Wavendon Allmusic Plan Ltd (WAP) is a registered charity, founded in 1969 by the world-renowned jazz musicians Sir John Dankworth and Dame Cleo Laine. It has a vision to engage the widest range of people with music in all its diversity.
Silverstone Racing Club (SRC) is THE CLUB for Motorsport enthusiasts and enjoys a membership of like-minded people who come to Silverstone not just to enjoy superb racing but also to socialise. We welcome members of all ages and hope that the friendly atmosphere and the view from the grandstand encourages the fans of the future.
For a day packed with animal encounters and wonderful wildlife, visit Woburn with over 1,000 wild animals including lions, tigers and bears. Today, it is an award winning attraction which makes a valuable contribution to conservation. Most of all, it is a place where families can enjoy being together and seeing animals in a beautiful environment.
Opened on 29th November 2007 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Stadium MK is a 30,530 seat stadium in Milton Keynes, and home to MK Dons Football club. Stadium MK is also home to the 304 bedroom DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes; a 3,420m2 indoor arena, Marshall Arena; Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Milton Keynes; and MK Dons Sport & Education Trust.
In 1922, in the face of demolition, Stowe School saved the building from certain destruction. Unlike the loss and decline of many English country houses, Stowe House found a new and revived use for the 20th and 21st centuries as a school for boys and girls.
Waddesdon is a village within the Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England, 6 miles from Aylesbury on the A41 road. The centre of a civil parish, which also includes the hamlets of Eythrope and Wormstone, Waddesdon was an agricultural settlement with milling, silk weaving and lace making enterprises.
Milton Keynes Museum is an independent local museum in the parish of Wolverton and Greenleys in Milton Keynes, England. It is mostly run by volunteers with a small number of paid staff. The museum is housed in a former Victorian farmstead.