History Hoarders &
History Makers

The partners in Heritage MK look after the history of the city and collect the history being made by the city.
Come and take a look…

Living Archive

Living Archive

Living Archive: listening to the stories of the modern people of Milton Keynes and recording them for future posterity.

Would you tell us your story?

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Milton Keynes Museum

Milton Keynes Museum: the treasure-house of the things that made Milton Keynes and the site where the concrete cows were made.

We’re building a new museum for the city; can you help?

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Milton Keynes Museum

Cowper & Newton Museum

Cowper & Newton Museum: relive the lives of renowned Georgian poet William Cowper and his friend John Newton, who wrote Amazing Grace whilst curate in Olney. Immerse yourself in the historic townhouse and tranquil gardens and contemplate some of the greatest stories of the era.

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Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park: the once top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers and the birthplace of modern computing.

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City Discovery Centre

City Discovery Centre: the basecamp for the story of the new town of Milton Keynes, set in the old Benedictine priory of Bradwell Abbey. The tracks made by ancient pilgrims to the abbey have become redways; and modern pilgrims come from all over the world to learn how to make a new city.

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