Schools and Universities
School and other learning group visits are available during term time, providing opportunities for students to engage with Bletchley Park’s story, its wider relevance to contemporary history and our own lives today.
A school visit includes:
- An interactive workshop session of your choice, in which students will use practical problem solving and team working skills as they begin to understand the scale of the task faced by Bletchley Park’s codebreakers during World War Two
- A guided tour around the outside of the buildings, providing opportunity for students to delve deeper into the story of Bletchley Park and the process of sending, intercepting and decrypting coded messages
- Self-guided time which allows groups to explore the mansion, museums, huts (and of course the shop) at their own pace
- A 30-minute slot in a lunch room
A visit usually lasts for 4 hours. You will be allocated an arrival and departure time. Please explore the pages below to find out more about school visits to Bletchley Park.
Please see Book a Learning Visit.