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The Centre: MK, Milton Keynes

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.7/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • Visited here whilst on a weekend break, has everything under one roof, high street shops, to high end designer shopping, it's bright clean & airy. Plenty of eateries & coffee outlets & also plenty of ...  read more »
  • I really like our shopping centre here in MK, it is always clean and tidy with a great selection of stores. All indoors so great in any weather with the nice restaurant area in the mid section with al...  read more »
  • This mall has everything you want. It's lovely in fact. But you won't be able to find it. I've navigated my way all over Europe and Australia by car but I'm unable to find my way around MK. It all loo...  read more »
  • Awesome shopping centre full of great shops plenty of car parks around (that are just on the expensive side). Good variation of shops. Have a look at the market if you can as that can be just as good
  • Good, but could use a toy shop. There's 500 million women's clothes shops, but no toy shop. John Lewis has a couple of items, and the Lego Shop doesn't count as that's just a single brand. How about bringing back Toymaster? Used to be the highlight of my MK trip.
  • Parking can be expensive, so try to get a green or purple space. I find the centre airy and light. Lots of eating places and just about every shop you could hope for. People drive miles to go to CMK, it's worth it.
  • Loads of shops. Surely there is something for everyone here and if not, plenty of other shops around the area. Parking prices are slowly creeping up over the years. This is the biggest turn off for me. Go for the purple spaces and it's less extortionate. It's still double the price of a few years ago though.
  • Good range of shops. Unless you have special access requirements, avoid parking close to shopping centre. For the matter of walking up to five minutes, you can park 4 hours for £2.00 if you premium park closer it will cost you the same for about 1 hour!
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