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Bletchley Park, Home of the WW2 Codebreakers, was once Britain's best kept secret and is now a vibrant heritage attraction open daily to visitors to learn how the Codebreakers' breath-taking achievements helped shorten WW2 by up to two years.
Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
The Mansion Bletchley Park Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 6EB, England
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Spent an afternoon at this wonderful reminder of how clever people were to decode enemy messages during the Second World War.
Visited on a wet grey day in October which somehow added to the atmosphere.
An audio commentary provided the background to the workings of...More
What can I say what a fantastic attraction with so much information and some really original exhibits
The staff were really helpful
The added bonus that you can return as many times as you like in a year so we will be going back probably...More
Had some knowledge of the site but the visit was a revelation. Thought that 5 hours would be too long but all our time was filled. Facinating place. The information boards, interactive displays, photographs and voices were impressive. Extremely well organised and a huge part...More
Getting rid of all the special interest groups at the weekend has made this a lot less of an enjoyable experience. There is not much to interest kids any more whereas when there were scale boats, trains and dollhouses (all maths related) there was plenty...More
Fascinating day, we lost track of time and were surprised when we were politely asked to make our way out.! Well restored, realistic park and several restored huts. Sadly it was raining so we had to rush between huts.
If you have an interest in...More
Have happy memories of visiting Bletchley several years ago. Re-visited today to find some things improved and others not so.
To start with, Bletchley was the first place we ever visited that gave you 12 months entry for the price of one admission. This has...More
Early October visit, sunny day, luckily, as it's an outside walk between the various Huts, buildings and House. Several original Enigma and Lorenz machines to be seen. Detailed and easy to understand explanation of the machine operation on interactive touch displays. Quick a lot of...More
We are going to have to go twice - but, no problem, one ticket to Bletchley Park gives you entry for the following year! Bletchley Park is home to two separatelly run 'attractions' - the National Museum of Computing (£7.50 for an adult) and Bletchley...More
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I would stay in Milton Keynes. Bletchley doesn't really cater for travellers. There are several hotels within 10 mins walk of MiltonKeynes Central station, which is the next stop up the line from Bletchley (4 mins on the... More
I would stay in Milton Keynes. Bletchley doesn't really cater for travellers. There are several hotels within 10 mins walk of MiltonKeynes Central station, which is the next stop up the line from Bletchley (4 mins on the train and trains every 10-15mins).
The Hub area off Midsummer Boulevard is good with Jurys, Travelodge, Holiday Inn, etc. all together and a dozen chain restaurants all on the ground floor.
If you look on any hotel search website you can see there are apartments to rent short term as well if you prefer.