From this Monday (May 17), several pubs, restaurants, indoor entertainment businesses will be opening up for the first in 2021.
To give you a snapshot of what's on and what you can now do indoors please check out our gallery of upcoming events in the borough.
1. Eating out
Restaurants can open to full capacity from Monday. Take advantage of special welcome back deals restaurants across the borough will be implementing. TGI Friday's is offering birthday cocktails to all guests who missed their chance to receive one in the past six months. Ned's Noodles (pictured) and other businesses like Fratelli's will be able to house guests for the first time.
The Royal Oak in Aspley Heath (pictured) is one of the Milton Keynes pubs that can comfortably host guests outside. But from Monday pubs will be well and truly back, when guests can return back inside the premises, in more 'normal' circumstances.
3. Cinemas indoors and outdoors
Odeon and Cineworld chains in Milton Keynes reopen on Monday and Wednesday next week respectively. Nightflix (pictured), will continue to air outdoor screenings, at its drive-in cinema in Milton Keynes, but be quick, this week's showing of The Greatest Showman has already sold out.
Both Milton Keynes Museum and Bletchley Park confirms Monday May 17 as a reopening date. Both museums promise new exhibitions and features for guests.