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Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes

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  • We spent 3 hours in Bletchley Park and had a brilliant insight into the vitally important work carried out by the Codebreakers. Our 3 hour visit was not enough, so we are returning later on in the yea...  more »
  • What an interesting place. We arrived a bit late in the day but managed to see most of this excellent place. A good cafe and shop too. Our ticket is valid for a year so the next time we are in the are...  more »
  • This is a must see site leaving you with a lot of questions and a feeling of just how the outcome of WW2 could have been so different. BE WARNED NO DOGS ALLOWED ON SITE AT ALL NOT EVEN IN THE CARPARK!  more »
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  • With displays spread out across a number of the buildings in the park, the "Bletchley Park experience" tells the story of the people that worked on the site and what they did. The exhibits cover everything from the social life through to the technical aspects of the work, often in fascinating details. They also explain how the work at BP linked into other intelligence operations nationwide. A brilliant day and we'll need to go again (using the free annual pass) to see the parts we missed!
  • Such an amazing place, we spent five hours here recently and could easily have spent more. There's so much to see here and it's wonderful to see it so beautifully restored and so popular after being at risk of closure only a few years ago. Everyone should visit.
  • Everything from the buildings to the history to the lake, truly stunning. I'm guessing it is slightly different than before the works, however the character of the place is still there. You can feel the weight of the importance of things people were dealing there with. Must visit.
  • I visited years ago and was amazed how well the "visitor experience" has been developed and improved. Plenty of AV and interactive as well as museum and exhibition style displays. All beautifully done. Staff are so helpful because they are actually involved in researching BP history and how it relates to the present. Go on the tour to hear the very human stories of how the 10,000 people there worked and played together. Fascinating and so important. Go! Where else do you get a years pass for a single entry fee?
  • The Bletchley Park trust have done wonders with lottery funding to restore the buildings to their 1940s glory with period furnishings and modern audio visuals. They look great. I also love the hidden speakers around the ground which plays the sound of people playing tennis when you walk past the tennis courts or Spitfires flying past. If you get the chance, go on an hour long free tour. It's well worth it. There are videos as to how the enigma machine was used, and a working example of the machine showing how BP tried to work out the coding structure. There is an exhibition about encryption in WW1. Given the subject matter, I am not sure whether it's suitable for young children but they are catered for. And there are plenty of Toilets!