MK Gallery is set in the heart of Milton Keynes. It is next to Milton Keynes Theatre and just across the road from the centre:mk shopping centre, John Lewis and Hotel La Tour.
Campbell Park is just behind the Gallery, and only a short walk away. It has amazing views of MK Gallery and a trail of public art pieces through winding paths and green landscapes.
When planning your visit to MK Gallery, we encourage visitors to consider more sustainable modes of transport, such as taking the train, the bus, walking or cycling.
Getting the train
Milton Keynes Central Station is 30 minutes from London Euston on the Birmingham / Manchester / Glasgow main line served by Avanti West Coast and London Midland services.
Walking from the train station
The station is roughly 1.5 miles from the Gallery, and takes approximately 25 minutes to walk.
There are footpaths and underpasses all the way to the city centre from the station, so it is a safe and easy route to take.
The most direct route to take is along the Midsummer Boulevard. You will need to pass through the centre:mk shopping centre, and then continue walking up with the shops on your left hand side.
Catching the bus
You can also catch a bus from Milton Keynes Central station, which takes about 5-10 minutes. You can catch busses 1-8 and 300 from stops Y1, Y2, Y3 and Y5.
Ask the bus driver for the Theatre District stop on the Midsummer Boulevard.
Catching the mybus
The mybus travels to and from Milton Keynes Central station. You can show your MK Gallery tickets to the driver on the bus, and your journey from the station to the Gallery will be free. The mybus stops directly outside the Gallery.
Riding a bike
If you enjoy cycling, you can get to MK Gallery on the redway routes.
The redway routes are across the city and you can take in the sights of Milton Keynes at the same time.
You can use the Journey Planner function on the Get Around MK website to plan your route.
There are bike racks outside the MK Gallery main building.
Santander bikes are also available to hire from outside Milton Keynes Central station, and there is a docking station located next to Midsummer Tap, which is less than 2 minutes walk from MK Gallery.
Lime bikes and Spin e-scooters are also available to hire nearby via their apps.
Travelling by car
Taxis are available directly outside the station.
If you are getting to Milton Keynes by car, there are lots of parking spaces around the Gallery. The centre:mk multi-storey car park is opposite the Gallery, so it’s just a short walk away.
If you need a disabled parking space, there are several spaces at the entrance to Margaret Powell Square for Milton Keynes Theatre and MK Gallery visitors. The centre:mk multi-storey car park also has access spaces.
Visit our Accessibility page to find further information about access at MK Gallery, including a Visual Story to help prepare you for your visit.
900 Midsummer Blvd
Milton Keynes, MK9 3QA