Another record-breaking year for Milton Keynes Museum

MK’s popular hands-on history museum has just seen its visitor numbers reach a new record.


Over the 12 months to Easter, more than 52,000 people toured Milton Keynes Museum, visited with a school or community group, or came to one of its events.    


And it’s a special reason to celebrate as Director Bill Griffiths explained: “It’s brilliant news. When we were planning our expansion project the business consultants advised we’d reach the 50,000 mark a year after the opening of the new galleries.


“We’re still a year away from opening the first of those new galleries and we’ve already exceeded their target.


“It’s an incredible achievement and I certainly think it’s because of what our visitors find when they get here and then go away and tell others about.


He added: “This is also a chance to thank all the Museum volunteers who are such a vital part of this success, turning up whatever the weather to ensure our visitors have a good time.”

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