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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: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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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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What an interesting place! Set in a park with lots of huts as well as the mansion house, a small lake with swans, deck chairs and picnic tables on the lawns, recorded sounds from world war 2 (cars, planes, trains, chatter) playing cleverly from speakers...More
What a wonderful place. Bletchly Park is unique. The history is fascinating. All the staff are really friendly and so knowledgeable. We opted for a guided tour with Trevor who was lovely. His knowledge and information was great. We ate in both the cafe and...More
A brilliant day for everyone,young or old. Really brought to life by the wonderful tour guides.An insight into the lives of ordinary people who helped win Second World War.
A lot to see - would suggest an early start to make the most of the...More
Went to visit here after a weekend in Cambridge, found it very interesting. Had a guided tour around the site and also used the free headsets. Went in all the different huts were there are kept in the original state. It made you realise how...More
I have always been fascinated by the code breakers of Bletchley so this was a perfect day out for me.
One tip if there is two of you going become a friend's of Bletchley prior to your visit, it's a reasonable cost (about the cost...More
When we arrived the staff said we should allow 4-5hours for our visit.....I found that hard to believe as the site isn’t huge and really, how much information could there be?! How wrong I was! There is so much information it can feel over whelming....More
This is a very interesting place to visit but the repetitive nature of some of the information does get a bit tedious. Hall B has a brilliant new display and it is recommended you visit here last. However to much of the info was stuff...More
Everyone has heard of Bletchley Park. It's the place where, during the 2nd World War, intercepted enemy signals of secretly coded messages were examined and de-coded for them to be passed on as 'intelligence' to the Governments of the allied forces - for them to...More