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The weather in Milton Keynes
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 23°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Rent a holiday cottage in the historic Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes, situated just two hours from central London, offers a holiday full of fun and adventure for children and adults alike. With a variety of accommodation options available to suit every budget and need, enjoy yourself exploring this beautiful town steeped in history.
Don't go hungry whilst exploring
Whether you are looking for a traditional pub lunch, craving a quick take-out or after something a little more upmarket and romantic, there are a host of good restaurants offering a vast array of cuisine types to choose from.
Feeling like some quintessentially British? Look into local pubs and their offerings for Sunday roast lunches. There is no better way to spend time with the family than over a delicious meal in a quaint, old style pub serving up not only excellent food – but a piece of British culture.
Fun for the kids....and adults too!
From learning winter sports at Snozone to high rope adventures at the fantastic Aerial Extreme, there is something to entertain all ages in Milton Keynes. For the younger children (or adults!) seeking calmer adventures, visit Thrift Park or Gullivers Dinosaur Park to be mesmerised by animals past and present!
Hours of endless historic exploration
Time spent in Milton Keynes simply must include a visit to Bletchley Park. The central site for code breaking during World War II!
The Milton Keynes museum is a small, independently run museum housed in an old Victorian homestead. Providing fascinating insight as to the history of Milton Keynes, it is also hosts a variety of specialist displays and events throughout the year.
With walking and cycle trails, a variety of themed landscapes and endless fields of green, Campbell Park is the perfect place to enjoy a family picnic.
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