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Art in the Park

Campbell Park

Saturday 13 July (other dates available)
Free entry
Suitable for all ages

This event is in the past. This page is for information purposes only.

The annual Art in the Park festival will return to Milton Keynes' city centre park on Saturday 13th July 1pm-9pm. 

This event hosted by MK Islamic Arts, Culture and Heritage will feature workshops, a parade, live performances, food and community stalls.

The nearest parking is available at centre:mk car parks (John Lewis end) and follow the Redway bridge into the park.

Event location is at the Campbell Park events plateau, what3words location ///apart.frightens.helps.

For more information, please visit the MKIAC website.


Parking: Limited accessible parking is located adjacent to the Events Plateau on Avebury Boulevard, what3words location ///relies.bunch.cardinal. Additional accessible parking is available at city centre car parks. 

Drop-off/pick-up: Please instruct drivers to drop off at Budgens supermarket, Avebury Boulevard, which is a 150m walk to the events plateau. What3words location: ///waged.skills.backfired.

Toilets: Wheelchair accessible toilets will be available on site and a Changing Places facility is located at Milton Keynes Gallery, a 400m walk from the events plateau.

Wheelchair access: The event is held on the events plateau, which is an area of level grass. There is a surfaced perimeter path but it may be necessary to cross short sections of mown grass during the event.

Quiet areas: Campbell Park is a vast landscape with plenty of spaces to relax. Follow surfaced paths to secluded benches and views over the city. For more information, visit the Campbell Park webpage.

For more information, please contact the event organisers, MKIAC


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  • Campbell Park
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    Campbell Park resides in the heart of Milton Keynes and connects the city centre to the wider landscape and the expansive linear park network. Visitors can discover natural and man-made topography as well as public art, water features, the Grand Union Canal, a first-class cricket pitch, open-air auditorium along with planting designed to encourage biodiversity.