Bletchley ParkOnce Britain's Best Kept Secret, today Bletchley Park, Home of the Codebreakers, is a heritage site and vibrant tourist attraction. Visitors can explore and experience the top secret world of iconic WW2 Codebreaking Huts and Blocks set within the atmospheric Victorian estate nestled in a microcosm of Buckinghamshire countryside. Discover the secret world!

A day at Bletchley Park now includes an exciting, complimentary new Multimedia Guide in order to explore the site at your own pace and in your own time. A one hour outdoor walking guided Tour is also available.  A family version of the Multimedia Guide has also been introduced to help children learn about WW2 Codebreaking whilst having fun with puzzles and challenges.  Exhibitions available include The Life and Works of Alan Turing, the only reconstructed Bombe machine and the largest display of Enigma machines on public display in the world.  For more information on what there is to see CLICK HERE

Visitors can enjoy a full day at Bletchley Park with a tasty hot and cold menu available in Hut 4 cafe, a playground where children can let off steam and a souvenir gift shop without which no visit is complete.

Sherwood Drive
Milton Keynes MK3 6EB
01908 640404

Bletchley Park is open to visitors daily except 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January.

WINTER OPENING                      
(1 November to 28 February)
From 9.30am to 4.00pm  

(1 March to 31 October)
From 9.30am to 5.00pm

Please note the gates will open at the times stated, above, and limited, free parking is available on-site.  
Bletchley Park has full disabled access throughout the site. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitors to use while on-site - pre-booking is essential, please call + 44 (0)1908 640404. Please note: although wheelchairs are made available for visitors to use, we cannot provide wheelchair assistants/pushers.

Occasionally the Mansion will not be accessible to visitors due to conferencing which provides an additional income stream to support the Bletchley Park Trust.  Non-commercial photography and videoing is permitted in all displays and exhibitions.

Due to our commitment to preserve our wildlife, we do NOT allow dogs on-site or to be left in vehicles on-site, except for Registered Assistance Guide Dogs.

Admission price entitles you to an Annual Season Ticket, which is valid for as many visits as you would like during the twelve month period from the time of your first visit.  Your admission fee includes complimentary use of the Multimedia Guide and an optional one hour outdoor walking tour with one of our volunteer tour guides.

Please note that the information, above, does not apply to Group Visitors.  We offer discounts and catering packages for groups of twenty or more people - please visit the Group Visits page for details of how to book.

Adults: Online £16.00 Standard £17.95
Concessions: Online £14.00 Standard £15.25 (Over 60's and students with valid ID)
Children 12 to 17: Online £9.00 Standard £10.25
Children under 12: FREE (With friends and family only. Groups of children with clubs, such as Cub Scouts, should contact us in advance)
Family Ticket: Online £42.00 Standard £45.00 (Two adults + two children aged 12 to 16)
Purchase your tickets online here -

Group Visits of twenty or more people can take advantage of discounted admission prices  and catering packages.  More information can be found here.

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