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Explore the Home of the Codebreakers

Discover our story and uncover the secrets of Bletchley Park

Easter holidays 2019

Join us for codes, crafts and fun family activities

D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion

75 years on, discover Bletchley Park’s top secret D-Day role

Find us

How to find Bletchley Park

Opening times

Bletchley Park is open every day to visitors except 24, 25 and 26 December.

Summer opening
(1 March – 31 October)
From 09.30 to 17.00
(last admission 16.00)

Winter opening
(1 November – 28 February)
From 09.30 to 16.00
(last admission 15.00)

 

11 Apr 2019 — 11 Apr 2029
From 09:30
INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION
14 Mar 2019 — 14 Mar 2020
From 09:30 to 17:00
INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION
9 Apr 2019 — 18 Apr 2019
From 11:00 to 15:30
INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION
8 Apr 2019 — 19 Apr 2019
From 10:00 to 16:00
Included with admission
Articles

Institute of Technology at Bletchley Park

Restoration News for Block D
Articles

Easter Holidays 2019

Join us for codes, crafts and fun family activities
Collection Highlights

Collections uncovered 16

Invasion Intelligence
Articles

Easter Holidays 2019

Join us for codes, crafts and fun family activities
Articles

Institute of Technology at Bletchley Park

Restoration News for Block D
Collection Highlights

Collections uncovered 16

Invasion Intelligence

Become a Friend

Enjoy a year of fantastic benefits and unlimited free entry to Bletchley Park

Digital Codebreakers’ Wall

Our commemorative wall for the Veterans, Families & Supporters of Bletchley Park.

Become a Friend

Enjoy a year of fantastic benefits and unlimited free entry to Bletchley Park

Digital Codebreakers’ Wall

Our commemorative wall for the Veterans, Families & Supporters of Bletchley Park.

Find a Veteran

Search the Roll of Honour for a Bletchley Park Veteran

Who were the Codebreakers?

Nearly 10,000 people worked in the wider Bletchley Park organisation

Find a Veteran

Search the Roll of Honour for a Bletchley Park Veteran

Who were the Codebreakers?

Nearly 10,000 people worked in the wider Bletchley Park organisation