Over 150 free events are available to local residents as some of MK’s finest cultural and historical heritage treasures open their doors for free as part of Heritage Open Days.
The festival began on Friday 10th September and will continue until Sunday 19th September.
On offer is a mixture of virtual and in-person events that champion attractions in MK such as Bletchley Park, The Stables Theatre, MK Gallery, MK Museum and many more.
“Edible England” is this year’s chosen theme and the celebrates the nation’s culinary heritage.
The MK Conservatives said that MK has so much to offer and that the Heritage Open Days festival is a “wonderful way to showcase this”.
Cllr Alex Walker, Leader of the Conservative Group, added:
“After the challenging year we’ve all had, Heritage Open Days provides us with a fantastic opportunity to bring people together, to see friends and family and enjoy the best of Milton Keynes.
There is so much to discover in Milton Keynes and this year’s Heritage Open Day programme is testament to that.”
You can find the full details of Heritage Open Days on the MK Heritage website: https://www.mkheritage.org.uk/hodmk/events-2021/