Heritage Open Days: Tour of Milton Keynes Rose 19/09/2021 (other dates available)

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Heritage Open Days: Tour of Milton Keynes Rose

Tours at 2pm & 3pm
All welcome

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As part of Heritage Open Day Join a tour of the Milton Keynes Rose on Sunday 19 September 2021, tours begin at 2pm and 3pm.

Visitors will be given a short walking tour of some of the pillars at the Milton Keynes Rose which demonstrate the wealth of heritage in the city, including the history of the hymn Amazing Grace which was written in Olney, and the story of Albert French, a young man from Wolverton, who was killed in action in World War 1

Tour lasts approximately 40 minutes.

Location: Access is via the pedestrian bridge from the John Lewis end of the Centre:MK.

Access: Full wheelchair access. Car parking available in CMK car parks.

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