Bus and coach services to Milton Keynes generally terminate at Milton Keynes Coachway, which was the first coach interchange in the UK. Local services run from Milton Keynes to the areas surrounding the town, with the coachway acting as the terminus of services from London, Scotland and Oxford. National services to Milton Keynes are operated by National Express and Stagecoach, with the major route to the town coming from nearby London. The Milton Keynes bus services follow the M1 motorway the whole way north to Scotland. Services also head south from the north west of England to Birmingham and on to Milton Keynes. A route also operates that crosses the country to the west from Milton Keynes, bringing visitors into the town from the historic areas of Oxford and Cambridge.
Created as on the many new towns announced by the British government in the 1960s, Milton Keynes has a short history dating back to 1963. This large town quickly grew as a major commuter area for those working in London, who wished to escape the bustle of the city each night. Despite its short history, Milton Keynes does house a museum at the famous Bletchley House, legendary as a code breaking unit during World War II. The town does boast a number of buildings designed by some of the most celebrated international architects of the 20th century, including the stunning Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre, described as the best example of 20th century retail buildings in the UK. A number of literary festivals also take place in Milton Keynes, including an annual open mike poetry festival.
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