Best nurseries in Milton Keynes

At Busy Bees, we understand you want the very best for your child, and so do we. With three nurseries in the Milton Keynes area, we're sure we can help you to find the perfect one to suit you and your child's needs. If you need local childcare that's easily accessible, we're found close to Milton Keynes Central train station (Oldbrook), central Milton Keynes (Saxon Street) or with convenient links to M1, A421 and A5 (Browns Wood). All three Busy Bees nurseries have a wide range of facilities available, and we mark them all clearly on each of our nursery pages.

Look at what's on offer and find the best of our Milton Keynes nurseries for your family - you can call our Enrolments Team on 0330 333 8133 or book a visit online to see the Busy Bees difference.

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Busy Bees at Oldbrook

(4 reviews)

Open Mon-Fri 07:30 - 18:00

Good OFSTED 2017

Close to local amenities in Milton Keynes and the train station, Oldbrook is a single storey nursery with small base rooms, each with individual garden area access where children can explore and learn safely. We have an experienced team who are dedicated and passionate about their roles, the children, and the parents.


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Busy Bees at Milton Keynes on Saxon Street

(2 reviews)

Open Mon-Fri 07:00 - 18:30

Good OFSTED 2018

Located at the hospital grounds and close to the centre of Milton Keynes, Busy Bees on Saxon Street is a purpose-built nursery, with a large car park to help make things easier for drop-offs and collection. With spacious well-equipped rooms and gardens designed around children's individual needs and interests, there are many opportunities to learn and develop.


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Busy Bees in Browns Wood

(1 reviews)

Open Mon-Fri 07:30 - 18:30

Good OFSTED 2018

Set in a tranquil community area with links to main road routes, Busy Bees nursery at Browns Wood offers state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, giving children the best opportunities to develop and flourish. Large outdoor areas with dens, huts, mud kitchens and a full working allotment, children can safely investigate the outside world and explore nature.