Milton Keynes Tree Cathedral
Milton Keynes Tree Cathedral

Nestled in the heart of England lies a unique and tranquil place – the Milton Keynes Tree Cathedral. As the name suggests, it is a cathedral made entirely of trees, a testament to the beauty and power of nature.

The Tree Cathedral is located in Newlands, a district in Milton Keynes. The concept behind the Tree Cathedral is simple yet profound: to create a space that evokes a sense of spirituality and contemplation, and to provide a place of solace and peace for visitors.

The Tree Cathedral is made up of two main areas: the nave and the cloisters. The nave is a long, narrow avenue of trees, which leads to a circle of trees that represent the altar. The cloisters are made up of a series of smaller circles, each with its own distinct character and atmosphere. Together, they form a harmonious and meditative space, where visitors can reflect and connect with nature.

Wedding Blessings

Although The Tree Cathedral is a unique location for a wedding blessing or celebration with sections ideal for a small ceremony, a formal wedding is sadly not permitted there because it lacks a permanent structure. There would be a fee for using the park for a wedding blessing. Details can be found on the Tree Cathedral website.


Pagoda Roundabout West, Milton Keynes MK15 9ED