Contact Us

  • The Chrysalis Theatre,
  • Japonica Lane,
  • Willen Park South, Milton Keynes.
  • Buckinghamshire.
  • MK15 9JY
  • Phone: (01908) 235505
  • Email: info@chrysalismk.co.uk

Directions

-By Car

The Chrysalis is located just 3 minutes from Junction 14 of the M1 motorway which runs from London to Leeds. Its address is Japonica Lane, Willen Park South, MK15 9JY. When departing the M1, turn left (if heading Northbound) turn right (if heading Southbound) onto the A509. At the Northfield roundabout, turn right (the 3rd exit) onto Portway/A509. Go straight on at the next roundabout (2nd exit). At the next roundabout, turn right (the 3rd exit) onto Brickhill Street. We recommend that you park your car in the Peace Pagoda car park (the first right). The Chrysalis can then be accessed by crossing the road via the footbridge (a 3 minute walk). Disabled car parking is available closer to the theatre itself. From 1 August 2013 car parking charges will be introduced at the Peace Pagoda and Tree Cathedral car parks near Willen Lake. Charges will apply to all vehicles between 6am and 10pm and are: 50p – up to half hour 80p – up to one hour £1.20 – up to two hours £2.20 – up to four hours £4 – all day

-By Train

Milton Keynes Central train station is central to the city with easy transfer by taxi or bus. It is serviced by both Virgin and London Midland mainline trains and has frequent trains running between it and London Euston at one end, and Birmingham New Street at the other. To book train tickets in advance, visit the National Rail website or associated advance online booking resources.

-By Coach

Milton Keynes coach and bus station facilities have recently been updated. The main coach service is provided by National Express, with links across the country.

-By Bus

The nearest bus stop is the Newlands Pagoda Roundabout West (East-Bound), or the Willen Local Centre bus stop. Most of the bus services are now run by Arriva.

-On Foot/Bicycle

Milton Keynes is popular for its many ‘redways’, criss-crossing paths that allow both pedestrians and cyclists to travel side-by-side. The Chrysalis, therefore, has ideal access facilities for both cyclists and pedestrians. Take a look at MK Web’s map of redways, where we’re located in cell F4.

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