Campbell Park
Campbell Park

The broad linear park network and the city centre are connected by Campbell Park, which is located in the centre of Milton Keynes. Along with public art, water features, the Grand Union Canal, a cricket pitch, an outdoor theatre, and planting intended to promote biodiversity, visitors can explore the area’s natural and man-made topography. The Parks Trust’s headquarters are also located there; they are in The Pavilion and have views of the cricket field.

At certain periods of the year, sheep can be seen grazing in the park’s meadows, which are abundant in wild flowers. While there, climb the belvedere for stunning photos of the Light Pyramid and to take in the vistas of North East Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire.

In August 2020, Historic England granted this area Grade II classification in recognition of its historic significance and avant-garde architectural style. One of the biggest parks to be planned in England in the 20th and 21st centuries is Campbell Park. The architecture borrows features from the 18th and 19th centuries and combines them into a modern style appropriate for our avant-garde new city.

MK Rose

The Milton Keynes Rose was built as a central civic place to hold important events and occasions of memory. It was created in partnership by The Parks Trust as well as the Cenotaph Trust with assistance from Milton Keynes Council.


Campbell Park, Milton Keynes MK9 4AJ


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