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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 - 4:00 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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A very short, well marked walk from the Bletchley train station. No need for a vehicle or a cab.
Absolutely a fascinating visit. If you are a history buff, go early in the day, or you will suddenly find that your day is gone and...More
So much information available on signs, videos and multimedia headsets it was impossible to take it all in. Now have to go away and do some reading before going back and using same tickets.
Café and coffee shop were both great and plenty of toilets...More
I would like to start by doing something I have never done before but I feel compelled to completely disagree with the bad reviews. Many of the bad reviews said about poor information and compared Bletchley Park to other museums. Quite frankly, my conclusion of...More
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Dawn B, Head of Operations at Bletchley Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for your visit and your kind review. I am so pleased that you enjoyed your time at Bletchley Park and hope that you will visit us again soon.
We spent a good 4 hours here and learnt a lot.
We felt, as other reviewers have, that the layers of interpretation should have been less repetitious. It is almost as though it's been designed for the visitor just to use the headset, or watch...More
We spent a very enjoyable few hours here and on the whole it was educational and inspiring. There is a fair amount of walking between huts and buildings so make sure you wear suitable outdoor clothing. The exhibits were good although maybe somewhat basic in...More
Bletchley Park is a great place to visit. The history of the people who worked there during WW2 & the skill needed to intercept the messages. The guides are excellent & really bring the history to life. The restaurant offers delicious fresh food.
Purchase ticket on entry and return as many times as you want for one year. Great place to walk around, you can have headphones giving you a running commentry as you work your way round. A lot of walking needed. Shop toilets and two different...More
I would describe this as the Science museum meets the National Trust. You are immersed in the whole history of the place and many of the displays are interactive so not only do you learn about what went on but you also see the science...More
In my experience, a day at Bletchley Park has to rate as one of the most enthralling, enlightening, insightful, humbling and often emotional experiences in our wonderful land. We went with no preconceptions and from the introductory film, until we were finally evicted at closing...More
As a dog lover and owner I wouldn't recommend you do this as this may cause stress to your dog depending on your relationship with your pet. I would recommend seeing if there's a place nearby that might look... More
As a dog lover and owner I wouldn't recommend you do this as this may cause stress to your dog depending on your relationship with your pet. I would recommend seeing if there's a place nearby that might look after your dog while you visit or arrange a friend to take your dog for the day while your out. I saw no indication of dogs unless they were the seeing eye type of dog allowed but none were there on the day that I went.
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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.