Getting to the Climbing centre

By Car

Just over 2 miles from Junctions 13 (Northbound) and 14 (Southbound) of the M1 Motorway, and boasting 1,319 free parking spaces, including disabled and parent/toddler spaces, Kingston Centre is designed to make car and coach travel as convenient as possible.

If you are using GPS or a route finder system, enter MK10 0BA as the destination postcode. Kingston Centre is found immediately north-east of the roundbout where Tongwell Street meets Standing Way.

By Bus

From Monday to Saturday many buses serve Kingston Centre, including service numbers 8, 9, 17, 24, 25, 62,138,148 and the express 300 service. The Sunday service is regular and should enable a stress free journey.

The Megabus also calls en route to various UK and international cities, including Brussels, Paris and Cologne.

Please visit MK Web, Traveline Southeast, GoEuro, or Megabus for journey specific information on bus routes and services.

By Train

The closest train station is Milton Keynes Central Station.

Once outside the main station doors, proceed to the last stand on the right hand side (Y4).

Catch the Number 8 Bus going to Walnut Tree, or the 300 going to Woburn Sands or Magna Park. In each case alight at the Kingston Centre. Taxis are also available.


There are over 1000 free parking spaces, including parent & toddler and disabled spaces.


Taxis are available throughout the area and can be either found in one of the closeby ranks or booked from local companies


We are easily accessible if you decide to walk to the centre, being on the route of one of the many Redways iin the area.
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