What measures are Bletchley Park taking to make my visit safe?
Your safety, and that of our staff and volunteers, is our highest priority. That’s why we’re limiting the number of people on site and introducing pre-book only timed entry slots for everyone, including Friends and existing Annual Season Pass holders. We have also introduced new one-way systems, installed hand sanitiser stations and made changes to make social distancing on site easier.
Do I need to wear a face covering?
From Saturday 8 August 2020, government guidelines will change and require all visitors inside museum buildings to wear face coverings, unless an individual is exempt. We are following government guidelines closely and will be asking all visitors to wear face coverings inside our museums buildings from 8 August 2020. This includes our shop and when collecting food and drink from our Hut 4 cafe.
You do not need to wear a face covering if you have a legitimate reason not to. For the list of exemptions, please refer to the government guidance.
We would like to reassure all our visitors that we take social distancing and safety measures very seriously in order to provide a safe and enjoyable visit. We will continue to monitor government guidance closely and update our safety measures accordingly.
Are vulnerable people allowed to visit Bletchley Park?
We have introduced enhanced hygiene and health and safety measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for all. We ask that you follow government guidelines, especially with regard to clinically vulnerable people, to determine whether you are able to visit a public space. government guidelines currently ask extremely clinically vulnerable people to stay at home. Please visit the government website for the latest guidance https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
What if I am unwell?
Please don’t come to the museum if you are suffering from health problems. Please do not visit if you have symptoms of COVID-19. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of a new continuous cough or a high temperature (over 38°C) or a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia). If you have any of these symptoms you should stay at home and follow the government guidance.
Previously booked tickets can be rescheduled for a later date without difficulty. Please contact the Bookings team on 01908 272673 or [email protected]
Where can I find your risk assessment?
Our Bletchley-Park-COVID-19-Risk-Assessment is available in our Reopening Safely Downloads page.