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Bletchley Park is a museum in Milton Keynes. The museum features exhibits related to Archives, Science and Technology, Architecture, War, Personalities and Social History. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include The Road to Bletchley Park, Espionage, spies & spying, Codes and codebreaking, The Imitation Game, Computer history, Gordon Welchman, Cyber Security, Alan Turing, Dilly Knox, Enigma.

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Bletchley Park
The Mansion
Bletchley Park
MK3 6EB Bletchley

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology



Visitor information

Opening hours

Summer opening (1 March – 31 October)
Monday - Sunday: 09.30 to 17.00

Winter opening (1 November – 29 February)
Monday - Sunday: 09.30 to 16.00

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0 - 11 Free
12 - 17 £12.50
60 and over £18.50
Adults £21.00
Students £18.50
Family A £33.60
Family B £54.60


Family A ticket: 1 adult + 2 children aged 12 to 17
Family B ticket: 2 adults + 2 children aged 12 to 17

More admission


  • Coffee

  • Restaurant

  • Museum shop

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Child friendly

  • Audio tour

  • Credit card

  • Parking


The Mansion, Bletchley, England



Veterans’ Stories exhibition

Veterans’ Stories exhibition

The Veterans’ Stories exhibition showcases some of the many stories of life and work at Bletchley Park during WW2. The exhibition uses Bletchley Parks Oral History collection and the Roll of Honour t...
What's on Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough

What's on Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough

A permanent exhibition that tells the story of the Bombe machines in the actual location that housed the machines which broke Enigma. Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough explains in detail the challenges...

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Bletchley Park has 3 ratings.

Sunday, April 14, 2019 Apr 14, 2019

We had a lovely day out ages from 13- 79 yr olds! All walking and easy to get round and not far to walk. Seating available as you walk to various exhibitions there are wheelchairs for use and a free audio guided tour if you would like it. We didn't take the audio and decided to look around ourselves.But the children took the £1.00 Code breaking trail which was very informative and gave you lots to do. After you go through the entrance it is well worth taking the time to look around and find out about Bletchley Park in the first instance. We had a coffee in the cafe which was well stocked then went into the Park. For the 6 hrs we were there we definitely needed to come back again as we didn't have time to see it all. We went around the Mansion and into Huts 11 11 a 3 and 8 to see all about Turin and time line. Then after a picnic on the benches outside the Mansion we finished with the D Day Exhibition which had just opened the day before. Brilliant. We felt the whole park had a calming atmosphere. We didn't feel rushed or it didn't feel crowded. We were taken back into the 1940's. We shall definitely be back to see more and a possible cream tea too. Well done!

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  Visited on Friday, April 12, 2019

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Friday, October 13, 2017 Oct 13, 2017

Bletchley Park was a wonderful day out for us! It is extremely interesting and gives a great insight into the secret world of the code breakers. As a visitor you can try out the code breaking machines and learn about Alan Turing and his team. Really worth a visit!

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