SNO!zone Xscape Milton Keynes
602 Marlborough Gate
The £65 million ($100 million US) development at Milton Keynes in England (a famous ‘new town’ development in the country which infamously placed concrete model black and white cows in its fields as an artistic display which some felt in fact epitomised the artificial nature of the development) has proved highly successful and the model for new Xscape developments. The complex, which was the fourth in England (although two of those have closed down), will contains a 220metres (750 feet) long slope but and other top-of-the-range facilities. Originally dubbed ‘Crystal Dome’ and then retitled ‘Sports Village’ the Milton Keynes dome is now known as Xscape and uses Acer Snowmec’s ‘real snow’ system in what was the company’s first major installation. The complex includes a 24 screen cinema, ten-pin bowling, night club, restaurants, shopping, electronic theme park and children’s play area.
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