PARKING AND GETTING AROUND
Central Milton Keynes has good parking facilities and ample cyclepaths and access/walkways. There are several multi story car parks and designated parking zones in close vicinity to the festival site, information on these can be found on Parkopedia.co.uk
There is a new city website which also has a journey planner function showing options for cycling, walking and taking the bus, including an online interactive map with Redways, leisure routes, EV charging points, bus stops, Santander cycle docks and more: www.getsmartertravelmk.org
MKF Festival, CAMPBELL PARK.
The festival is based in the corner of the Park nearest to Milton Keynes Theatre and MK Gallery. The Park’s postcode is MK9 3FT though if dropping off in a car, use MK9 4AJ and enter via the entrance off Avebury Boulevard opposite Columbia Place near to Budgens. Footpath from the City: Campbell Park lies at the far east end of centre:mk, linked to the shopping centre and theatre district by footbridges.
By Car: From the H6 Child’s Way use Marlboro Street and turn on to Marlboro gate to access the towns car parks.
DROP OFF POINT
If driving or dropping people off by car, use MK9 4AJ and enter via the entrance off Avebury Boulevard opposite Columbia Place/near to Budgens on Dalgin Place CIRCUS HUB IN MIDDLETON HALL, CENTRE:MK MK9 3FT
Information to asist your visit is available here: www.centremk.com
CYCLING & CYCLE PARKING
BUS TRANSPORT: Please visit Arriva Bus: www.arrivabus.co.uk
PARKING & BLUE BADGE INFORMATION
City Cente: Over 20,000 space available. Please read information here and refer to parking maps here
Campbell Park – Limited, free car parking at the following locations: Avebury Boulevard south end off Glebe roundabout, Silbury Boulevard at roundabout junction with Overgate and Silbury Boulevard off Cricket Green roundabout
Blue Badge Parking in the City Centre: General information is available here
Blue Badge Parking in Festival Central, Campbell Park: Limited accessible parking via entrance to Festival Central via Avebury Boulevard
The Festival aims to be as accessible as possible.
Milton Keynes has good parking facilities and ample flat access and walkways.
Unfortunately it is not possible to meet every requirement in all circumstances due to the nature of some events and locations.