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Bletchley Park is temporarily closed due to lockdown restrictions



Will your toilets be open?

Yes! We have provided additional toilet facilities outside, and closed certain indoor toilets, to ensure you are able to maintain social distancing whilst queuing.

Our accessible and baby-change facilities can be found in our usual indoor locations

These facilities will be cleaned regularly.


Will all of the museum be open?  

The majority of our historic buildings, exhibitions and grounds are open with a new one-way system and new social distancing measures.


Will your shop be open?

Yes, our onsite shop is open for you to visit as you leave Bletchley Park. We are taking card-only payments. In line with government guidance, we ask that all visitors please wear a face covering in our shop. Disposable face masks will be available by the shop entrance should you require a face covering.


Are you still offering guided tours?

We are temporarily stopping guided tours for the time being.


Will Multimedia guides be available?

Yes, our free Multimedia guides are still be available to pick up from the Block C Visitor Centre. Please bring your own earphones.  Sanitised earbuds are available for those who need them.


Is Bletchley Park wheelchair accessible?
Bletchley Park is fully wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are also available to borrow at the entrance for your visit. Unfortunately, we cannot provide assistance around the Museum for wheelchair users. However, assistance will be available at wheelchair lifts. Please read our full access statement and further information on our Accessibility page.


What do you have on site for children?

There is a lot to see and do here at Bletchley Park. Under 12s visit for free. Take a look at our Family and young people page for further information.


Will the play area be open?

Yes, our play area is open. Please follow the guidance listed on signage in this area.


Will your events be taking place?

Most of our summer events are no longer taking place due to social distancing restrictions. Please check our ‘What’s On’ page for latest updates.


What if it rains, do you have a dry indoor space for visitors?

Bletchley Park is both an outdoor and indoor visitor attraction. You may be able to shelter from the rain in our historic buildings, dependent on fixed capacities. We recommend you also bring an umbrella or waterproof coat if rain looks likely.


What if I leave something in my car?

Please notify a team member and they will be happy to assist you.


Are dogs allowed?

We do not allow dogs or pets to enter Bletchley Park and they cannot be left in vehicles for safety reasons. We do welcome all registered Assistance Dogs and Guide Dogs into Bletchley Park. If your dog requires a water bowl, please ask a member of staff who will be happy to provide one. If you have any queries before your visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch via [email protected]


Do you have a left luggage facility?

Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we are unable to offer a left luggage facility.


Can I download a map of Bletchley Park before I visit?

Yes, you can find our map on our Downloads page.


Where is the nearest bus station?

The nearest bus station is Bletchley bus station. This has inter-urban links to the Milton Keynes area and beyond. Visit the Government website for the latest travel guidance during the coronavirus outbreak.


Do you have free parking on site?

Yes, we have a free car park. Please arrive in good time for your timed entry slot to help us limit queues and maintain social distancing.


Do you have electric car charge points?

Yes, we have two charging points available for visitors with electrical vehicles. These work with both Charge Master and Polar Plus Systems. Standard charges apply.
Pre-booking is not need for these charging points and there is no time restriction.