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Bletchley Park Tours

Bletchley Park
Bletchley Park, once home to the World War II Codebreakers, is now an interactive and informative heritage destination. Stop by the Codebreaking Huts before learning about radio communications technology at the National Radio Centre. Then, explore the beautiful grounds and gardens of the 19th-century mansion.
The Basics
The Codebreakers were Britain’s secret weapon during WWII; they helped to shorten the war by around two years. At Bletchley Park, you can explore that legacy independently via exhibits or as part of an outdoor tour. However, visitors especially interested in the Codebreakers may wish to visit Bletchley Park as part of a tour which includes a stop at the University of Cambridge, attended by Alan Turing and several other Codebreakers.
Things to Know Before You Go
  • Bletchley Park is a must for both history and technology buffs, especially those interested in WWII.
  • 1-hour, guided outdoor tours are available at Bletchley Park.
  • Children under 12 go free, making Bletchley Park a great choice for families.
  • Book your Bletchley Park admission tickets in advance to save time waiting on the day.
  • Bletchley Park is fully wheelchair accessible and offers guided British Sign Language tours year-round.
How to Get There

While it’s perhaps most convenient to visit Bletchley Park as part of a tour, this heritage site is easy to reach independently. Those arriving by car should leave the M1 at Junction 13 and follow the sigs. Onsite car parking is free but limited. Bletchley Park is also just a few minutes’ walk away from Bletchley train station.
When to Get There
Bletchley Park opens daily from 9.30am to 5pm in summer and until 4pm in winter, except on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. School and bank holidays are often the busiest periods, so plan accordingly to avoid the biggest crowds. Guests who’d like afternoon tea—available on select weekends—should book in advance.
WWII Attractions in England
If Bletchley Park has whet your appetite for more WWII historical heritage sites, consider a visit to London for more. There, you’ll find the Churchill War Rooms, where you can learn more about Britain’s WWII leader, as well as the Imperial War Museum, which is often a stop on London hop-on hop-off bus tours.
Address: The Mansion, Bletchley Park, Sherwood Dr, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, South East England MK3 6EB, England
Admission: Varies
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