Bletchley Park - Destination Milton Keynes

Bletchley Park

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Bletchley Park

Once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers, Bletchley Park is now a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily.

Discover incredible stories whilst exploring atmospheric Codebreaking Huts, wartime blocks and immersive exhibitions, all set in the beautiful grounds and gardens of a former Victorian country estate.

Bletchley Park


Sherwood Drive,
Milton Keynes,

01908 640404

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All general admission tickets act as an annual pass, so you can return free unlimited for a year.

Adults: £26.00
Concessions: £23.50
Children (12-17): £17.50
Children (Under 12): Free
Family Ticket 1 (One adult + two children aged 12-17): £44.00
Family Ticket 2 (Two adults + two children aged 12-17): £70.00
Friends: Free

**Does not apply to organised groups of under 18s.

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Local resident? Enjoy 50% off admission price. Full details and Terms and Conditions on the
Bletchley Park website.

For group bookings contact the team on 01908 272673 or via email
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Visitors can enjoy a full day out at Bletchley Park. Pickup a complimentary Multimedia Guide from the Visitor Centre and explore the site at your own pace and in your own time. A special family version is available to help children learn about WW2 codebreaking whilst having fun with puzzles and challenges. Top Secret Mission Packs (£1) are also on offer to help children unlock the site’s secrets.

Unmissable exhibitions in restored wartime buildings include: The Intelligence Factory in Block A; Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough; the immersive cinematic experience D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion; and the Block B museum, where you can see the largest display of Enigma machines on public display in the world.

Visit the Bletchley Park website for the latest ‘What’s on’ information.

Delicious, seasonal hot and cold food and drinks are available in the Hut 4 café (take-away and eat in), and a playground nearby is the perfect place for children to let off steam.  Or perhaps visit the Coffee Shop in Block C. Don’t forget to visit the gift shop on your way home to pick-up special souvenirs and exclusive Bletchley Park products.

You can view information about accessibility around Bletchley Park on their website