Wolverton is a walkable town and visiting us by foot provides the best opportunity to get a feel for our Victorian railway town. MK Trails have designed four different walks around the town guiding you around the landmarks and histories of Wolverton. The walks can be accessed via the app or in a series of leaflets which highlight the trails. For full details and to download the app please visit the MK Trails website. Town Trail leaflets are available from the library, Milton Keynes Museum and various shops in Wolverton.
The Wolverton Walk
The Wolverton Walk is intended to be forward looking as well as acknowledging and celebrating the past. It is about 2.5km (1.5miles) long and will take you approximately an hour to walk. A series of terrazzo markers set into the paving, designed by artist Julia Manheim, guide you along the route. Inset into the markers are texts and recycled fragments of glass, metal and objects relating to the town.
Have you completed the Children's Trail yet?
Walk through the streets of Wolverton and find the hidden secrets of the town. Learn about the old shops of Wolverton and how the town has changed throughout the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Pick up a leaflet from the Christian Foundation, Age UK Bookshop, Age UK in the Square, The Town Hall, Library, MK Museum, Mrs B’s and Buskers and begin your journey.