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Explore the Home of the Codebreakers

Discover our story and uncover the secrets of Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park is open every day

Visit the Home of the Codebreakers

D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion

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

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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)

 

14 Mar 2019 — 14 Mar 2020
From 09:30 to 17:00
INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION
16 Mar 2019
From 10:00 to 16:30
Children £7, Adults £8
6 Apr 2019
From 12:00 to 16:30
From £22.50
Articles

Temporary path closure

For essential maintenance
Podcasts

Podcast 86 - From Cassino to Kohima

It Happened Here - Spring 1944
News

Explore new Bletchley Park online exhibitions with Google Arts and Culture

Today sees the launch of Google Arts & Culture’s 'Once Upon a Try'
Podcasts

Podcast 86 - From Cassino to Kohima

It Happened Here - Spring 1944
Articles

Temporary path closure

For essential maintenance
News

Explore new Bletchley Park online exhibitions with Google Arts and Culture

Today sees the launch of Google Arts & Culture’s 'Once Upon a Try'

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