Local Landmarks in Milton Keynes

 
Concrete Cows Bancroft Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes' most famous inhabitants, constructed in 1978 by community artist Liz Leyh with the help of local school children using scrap materials. The cows have an interesti...
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Peace Pagoda Willen Park Willen
Built by the monks and nuns of the Nipponzan Myohoji, this was the first Peace Pagoda to be built in the western hemisphere and enshrines sacred relics of Lord Buddha.The Inaugura...
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Medicine Wheel Willen Lake Willen
Milton Keynes has become the proud owner of its very own version of Stonehenge. The Milton Keynes Circle of Hearts Medicine Wheel is a permanent landscape sculpture that acts both...
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Xscape Central Milton Keynes Milton Keynes
With 14 places to eat, 19 shops and 7 activities, the Xsacpe has something for everyone and is the ultimate fun destination. It's home to the biggest indoor REAL snow slope in the...
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Church Of Christ The Cornerstone Central Milton Keynes Milton Keynes
The Church of Christ of the Cornerstone is Britain's first purpose-built ecumenical city church. The church is 101 feet high while the cross rises a further 18 feet making it the...
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Bradwell Windmill Bradwell Bradwell
A limestone tower windmill built in the early 1800s adjacent to the Grand Union Canal for the supply of flour to the London market. Worked to about 1876. It was restored in the...
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Milton Keynes Marina Peartree Bridge Milton Keynes
Canal cruising is fascinating with interesting villages and varied landscapes in both directions from the Marina. Travelling north, the canal passes over aqueducts and through the...
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