The MK Geek Night All Dayer will be held at The Buszy, located in Central Milton Keynes. The Buszy has been regenerated from a disused Bus Station. It has become renowned for events on an international scale. With its striking design, spaces, stunning layouts & World famous Skate Plaza, the venue is now an award-winning cultural & arts hub, offering ground breaking cinema, art, creative space, live music, performance, events space & facilities. It's also the home of our quarterly evening event, MK Geek Night.
The Buszy is directly opposite Milton Keynes Central railway station, just a couple of minutes walk away.
401 Elder Gate
Central Milton Keynes
The venue (The Buszy) does have it's own on-site parking, which is £5 per day (cash only) and can be paid on the day at the gate (download directions). There should be enough spaces free on the day, but if for some reason it's full, here's some alternative options.
Accommodation, Drinks & Food
There are a few hotels close by if you fancy staying over. You might want to check out Jurys Inn or the Travelodge. You can use code 'geek' which gets 10% off a double room, with breakfast for the Friday night.
There is a Costa Coffee, M&S and Subway at the station. We have two award winning Indian restaurants, La Hind and Jaipur, within sight of The Buszy, and just up the road is The Hub, which has a selection of bars and restaurants.
For our guide on where to eat and drink, plus some other key locations including the venue and hotels, we have a Foursquare list.
More information on Milton Keynes available at: Destination Milton Keynes.
A trip to Milton Keynes isn’t complete without a trip to Bletchley Park, home of the codebreakers whose work is said to have helped shorten the war by two years. If you’ve survived the after party, why not join Christopher Murphy on Saturday at noon for an afternoon journeying down the avenues of computing history?
We’ve secured a discount for All Dayer attendees to visit The National Museum of Computing, which is home to, amongst other technological marvels: Colossus, a rebuild of the world’s first digital computer; Tunny, the remarkable analogue for the German Lorenz machine; and WITCH, the world’s oldest operating computer.
As our dedicated tour guide for the day, Mr PJ Evans, puts it: “You can play with many of these computers, allowing you to try your hand at real coding… none of this OOP lark.”
If you’re interested, drop Christopher a line for details.The Schedule