Great Linford Manor Park
Great Linford Manor Park is a unique site in Milton Keynes with a history stretching back to at least the Saxon times. Many features of the park, for example the Water Gardens and nearby Wilderness Garden date from the 17th and 18th centuries when the park was laid out to provide the setting to the impressive Manor House, which is now privately owned (please respect the resident's privacy).
However, many of the park's special historic features are now showing signs of age and awareness of the historic design is much decreased. We want to conserve and restore Great Linford Manor Park to make it an even more attractive and interesting place to visit. Thanks to National Lottery Players, we have been awarded £3.1m in funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to 'Reveal, Revive & Restore' the important heritage at the park. Find out more about the project here. Whilst the project is happening, the park will remain open and events will be happening throughout the year.
Find out more about Heritage Fund Project at Great Linford Manor Park here.
For details of events in the park see What’s On
Free car parking available at Marsh Dr, Great Linford, Milton Keynes MK14 5AS.
Travelling by bus
For those wishing to travel to the park by bus, the No. 21 and 25 buses stop at Memorial Hall bus stop on Marsh drive, and the No. 23 stops at Butlers Grove bus stop on St Ledger Drive – a short walk from the park.
Toilets are available at Milton Keynes Arts Centre on Monday-Wednesday and Saturday from 10am-4pm. Between 21st June and 19th July 2021 you will be required to sign in upon entry to the Arts Centre building.
The Arts Centre have a small café which is open Monday-Wednesday and Saturday from 9am-4pm.
On the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, St. Andrew's church host a dementia friendly community cafe, which accessible from the park. For more information visit the 5 Ways Cafe event pages.
A network of surfaced paths give access to most of the park's main features and up to the canal, though some paths are quite steep. Find out how we're making the park more accessible here.