Take to the slopes at Snozone
Milton Keynes isn’t known for its snow-capped peaks, yet almost two million people have learnt to ski in the new town. How? Well, it’s all down to Snozone, an indoor ski centre where, no matter the weather outside, there’s always plenty of fresh show to sashay through on skis or snowboards. Lessons for all abilities and age groups are available.
Bletchley Park: home of heroes
No trip to Milton Keynes is complete without taking in Nearby Bletchley Park, home of Britain’s codebreakers during the Second World War. See the hut where Alan Turing and his team broke the Enigma code, look at cipher machines and play with lots of exciting, interactive exhibitions that visitors of all ages can explore.
Concrete cows and more at MK Museum
Milton Keynes’ MK Museum is home to the new town’s famous concrete cows, created by artist Liz Leyh in 1978. They’ve been restored in recent years, and continue to be a popular iconic local image and unofficial mascot. The museum houses many other exhibitions, including a Second World War air raid shelter where you can experince the sounds of an air raid.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Snozone? Check out Travelodge Milton Keynes at The Hub Hotel, Travelodge Milton Keynes Central Hotel or Travelodge Milton Keynes Shenley Church End Hotel, which are all within an easy three-mile journey.