The London Midland train services Milton Keynes Central station from Birmingham New Street to London and from Crewe to London Euston station on the West Coast Main Line. Direct rail services run from Milton Keynes to Birmingham New Street and International, Watford Junction, Northampton, Coventry, Rugby and Leyton Buzzard. Virgin Trains inter-city train services Milton Keynes Central station. Southern rail provide services to South Croydon via West London. Five stations serve Milton Keynes Central station, namely Wolverton, Bletchley, Fenny Stratford, Bow Brickhill and Woburn Sands which serves the south east sector of the borough. Virgin Trains stop many of their rail services at Milton Keynes Central with about three trips each hour in either direction. Popular trains to Milton Keynes Central include those from Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent and Liverpool Lime Street, Coventry and Crewe to Milton Keynes Central.
Milton Keynes is a large town well-known for Gulliver's Land, Bletchley Park, Emberton Country Park and its concrete cows. Gulliver's Land Theme Park offers more than 70 rides and attractions for the little ones to enjoy. Gulliver's Dinosaur and Farm Park offers farmyard fun mixed with Jurassic and Cretaceous wonders to delight kids of all ages. The Concrete Cows in Milton Keynes are an artistic icon sculpted by Canadian-born artist Liz Leyh, using scrap metals. Visit the Milton Keynes theatre for a taste of dance and drama and The Milton Keynes Museum to gain a sense of the area's history. At XScape visitors can shop, eat and play under one roof, which includes facilities for indoor sky diving, climbing, skiing, bowling and gambling. XScape offers so many activities all in one location that you will be forgiven for spending at least a weekend under its large roof.