Milton Keynes is famous for its shopping and is one of the major retail areas in the region. Its excellent links to the M1 motorway, railway network and coach routes encourage people to travel from miles around to make the most of all it has to offer. The vast range of shops, markets and superstores makes a visit to the shops an experience not to be missed.
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If you want to go shopping in Milton Keynes, thecentre:mk is the place for you. With over 240 shops, you're bound to find what you're looking for.
Midsummer Place offers a wide variety of shops and pavement cafes. It also boasts some very interesting and unique pieces of art work.
Head over to Xscape for all your action and excitment needs in MK. Play, eat and shop at the ultimate entertainment destination.
As well as the main shopping area, Milton Keynes also has a number of retail parks located all over the city.
There are some great towns and villages around Milton Keynes that offer a different and more traditional shopping experience than Milton Keynes city centre.
There are lots of car boot sales in Milton Keynes. Find the best one for you to pick up a bargain.
There are plenty of markets for you to browse around, either in CMK or around the surrounding towns. Pick up a bargain at the market stalls in Milton Keynes.
Why not try something different this weekend by shopping at some of the farm shops in the area.
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