| Milton Keynes Information:
There are many places to shop in Milton Keynes most of which are located in the city center.
Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre is a regional shopping centre located in MK, about 46 miles north-west of London. It is managed in two separate parts, thecentre:mk and Midsummer Place.
The Milton Keynes Development Corporation started to build the original "Shopping Building" in 1973.
It was envisaged as European-style glass-covered shopping streets or arcades on the scale of the Galleria in Milan, and it formed a glass-and-steel envelope for 130 shops and six department stores, arranged down two parallel daylit streets, planted with tropical and temperate trees.
There is an open-air garden square (Queen's Court); there is a covered exhibition hall (Middleton Hall); and Midsummer Place was built around an existing oak tree that survives in an open area (Oak Court).
Outside the centre is an open-air market. Also, on the other side of Midsummer Boulevard, there is another building (the Food Centre) containing food shops.
John lewis Milton Keynes
John Lewis shop is located in the shopping center in Milton Keynes. It is one of the big shops. Its located at one end of the shooping center.
At one end you have Marks & Spencer and another end is John Lewis. Its next to Middleton Hall where exhibitions are held.
Ikea Milton Keynes
Its located at Bletchley which is about 8 miles from the city center. It’s very close to Bletchley ASDA and even Tesco is just across the roundabout.
Monday to Friday: 10:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 8:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am to 5pm (browsing from 10am)
Bank Holidays: 10:00am to 8:00pm
Address with Postcode:
IKEA Milton Keynes
Off Bletcham Way
Tel: 0845 355 2185
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