MK Gallery is an ‘architectural gem’ that presents significant exhibitions of contemporary and historic art and design, alongside extensive public programmes.
An independent café and shop, cinema from Curzon, and spectacular views over Campbell Park feature in this new building, which launched in 2019.
Milton Keynes Central Station is 30 minutes from London Euston on the Birmingham / Manchester / Glasgow main line served by West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway services. Allow c.25 mins to walk to the venue, MK Gallery from Milton Keynes Central train station.
If you're coming from further afield, there are a number of airports to choose from including London Luton, London Heathrow and Birmingham all serve many European destinations, and have various transport options to Milton Keynes.
From M1 exit at Junction 14 or from A5 exit at A509 Portway Junction and follow signs for central Milton Keynes.
There are a variety of parking spaces available around the Gallery, which are colour-coded and vary in price:
There is also the centre:mk multi-storey car park opposite the Gallery, next to John Lewis.
There are limited disabled parking spaces at the entrance to Margaret Powell Square serving Milton Keynes Theatre and MK Gallery visitors.
The centre:mk multi-storey car park also has access spaces, and is directly opposite the venue.
By Bike or E-scooter
Bike racks are also located outside the MK Gallery main building.
Santander bikes are available to hire from outside Milton Keynes Central Station, a docking station is located next to Midsummer Tap, less than 2 minutes walk from MK Gallery.