Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park (Wikipedia) was the centre for British codebreaking during World War II. It is located in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, about 50 miles northwest of London.

What is there to see?Edit

Cipher machinesEdit

Enigma and Friends (courtesy of John Alexander and David White)


BC-52 on display in the Enigma and Friends exhibit at Bletchley Park

Codebreaking machinesEdit

  • Replica Bombe machines
  • The Colossus rebuild (currently unavailable? May 2005)

Museum detailsEdit


Admission chargesEdit

See also the official page for any updates: [1].
  • Adults: £10.00
  • Concessions: £8.00 — that is, old age pensioners, students (ID card required) and children aged 8–16.
  • Children under 8: Free
  • Family Ticket: £25.00 — two adults and two children aged 8–16
  • World War II veterans are admitted free of charge.
  • A return ticket can be purchased for £4.00, valid for 6 months
  • "Friends of Bletchley Park" receive a 50% discount on Park entry

External linksEdit

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