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Bletchley Park

About Bletchley Park

Founded in 1887, Bletchley Park is an English country house and estate in Milton Keynes that became the principal centre of Allied code-breaking during the Second World War. It’s impossible to overstate how crucial Bletchley Park turned out to be. Here during Second World War, codebreakers like Alan Turing repeatedly cracked secret Axis communications like the Enigma and Lorenz ciphers which ultimately prevented the deaths of millions of people.

Things to see and do at Bletchley Park

Families visiting Bletchley Park can expect an exciting, fun-filled day, exploring the museum and discovering all about the secretive Codebreakers who worked there during World War Two.

Keep an eye on their what’s on page to find out about upcoming events for families including free workshops for children during the school holidays and larger special events throughout the year.

With so much to see and do, they recommend you’ll need more than just one day to visit which is why your admission ticket offers unlimited free returns for a year. Under 12s go free (must be accompanied by an adult, pre-booking essential). They also offer two family ticket types.

Bletchley Park now has outdoor playground which is located behind Hut 4 so if the children want to grab some fresh air or need to stretch the legs, this is the perfect place to do so.

Food & Drink

Bletchley Park offers a wide variety of food selection within their Hut 4 Café. You will find freshly-made hot food, including fish and chips, as well as sandwiches, salads, cakes and other baked goodies, along with hot and cold beverages. Lunch packs for children are also available. They also have what is called the Block C Coffee Shop, which is open daily and is the perfect place to refuel enjoying a light lunch or a nice cuppa and cake.​

How to find & parking info

There is limited, free on-site parking available for cars, but car parking cannot be reserved. The car park includes two electric car charging points. We also have bike racks and are just a short walk from Bletchley train station.

Using Sat-Nav? Please enter Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, MK3 6DS, as the postal address may take you to the wrong location.

 

Toilets

There are no public toilets available however, the Caldecotte Arms has customers toilets during opening hours (they are extremely friendly & welcoming)

Accessibility

The Museum has step free access. All the exhibitions are positioned at ground floor level. Ramps are installed on site for easy access.

There are 24 disabled parking spaces at the back of the Porters’ Lodge at the entrance and another five in Block F car park. Our friendly Porters will let you know where to park when you arrive.

British Sign Language guided tours are available throughout the year. Check their What’s on pages for available dates and to book.

Prices

Adults - £21.00

Concessions - *£18.50

Children (12 – 17) - £12.50

Children (Under 12) - FREE

Family Ticket 1** - £33.60

Family Ticket 2*** - £54.60

Friends of Bletchley Park - FREE

* Over 60s and students with valid ID
** One adult and two children (aged 12 – 17)
*** Two adults and two children (aged 12 – 17)

Carers accompanying disabled visitors access the site free of charge.

For full details on visiting Bletchley Park. visit their website by clicking here.

Click here to read Trip advisor reviews of Bletchley Park

 

We hope you have a fantastic time!

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