Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers is now a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily.
Discover incredible stories whilst exploring atmospheric Codebreaking Huts, wartime blocks and immersive exhibitions, all set within a former Victorian country estate.
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Bletchley Park is open daily with reduced capacity. To help manage visitor flow, all visitors must pre-book a timed entry slot online. All general admission tickets act as an annual season ticket giving you unlimited free returns for a year.
Adults – £21.00
Concessions* – £18.50
Children 12 to 17 – £12.50
Children under 12 – FREE**
Family Ticket 1† – £33.60
Family Ticket 2† – £54.60
Friends – FREE
*Over 60s and students with valid ID
†2 adults + 2 children aged 12 to 17
†1 adult + 2 children aged 12 to 17
**Does not apply to organised groups of under 18s.
LOCAL RESIDENT OFFER:
Local resident? Enjoy 50% off admission price. Full details and Terms and Conditions on the
Bletchley Park website.
Our award-winning group bookings are currently unavailable. We hope to offer these types of visits again, in accordance with Government guidelines.
WHAT YOU CAN SEE:
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 sites secrets.
Unmissable exhibitions in restored wartime buildings include ‘Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough’, the immersive cinematic experience ‘D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion’, and the Block B museum where you can see largest display of Enigma machines on
public display in the world. Visit the
Bletchley Park website for the latest ‘What’s on’ information.
Bletchley Park has received Visit Britain’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ mark in recognition of rigorous safety measures in place for visitors and staff. Hand-sanitiser stations, one-way systems, and social distancing measures are in place throughout the site. In line with the latest government guidance, the wearing of face masks is mandatory inside all museum buildings. For more information visit the
Bletchley Park website.
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. Don’t forget to visit the gift shop on your way home to pick-up special souvenirs and exclusive Bletchley Park products.