Things to see and do at Bletchley Park
Families visiting Bletchley Park can expect an exciting, fun-filled day, exploring the museums and discovering all about the secretive codebreakers that worked here during World War Two.
Keep an eye on our what’s on page to find out about upcoming events for families including free workshops for children during the school holidays and larger special events throughout the year.
With so much to see and do, we think you’ll need more than just one day to visit us which is why your admission ticket offers unlimited free returns for a year.
Children’s author Helen Dennis has written a series of books called ‘The Secret Breakers’, inspired by Bletchley Park. Using this treasure trail, you can find some of the real life locations around the site which are referred to in the stories. Can you follow the clues, break the code and prove yourself to be a worthy member of Team Veritas? Download the treasure trail online.
Children’s multimedia guide
Find out the history of Bletchley Park with our fun and interactive family tour. The multimedia guide is narrated through the character of a Wren and includes young Codebreaker challenges, puzzles and storytelling. Find out more on our Multimedia page.
We run family friendly activities throughout the year including free workshops for children during the school holidays and larger special events.
Delicious food and drink is available to purchase on site (takeout only).
Our Hut 4 café will be offering takeaway sandwiches, salads, cakes and other baked goodies along with hot and cold beverages. The Hut 1 Kiosk will be offering ice cream and other snacks along with cold beverages. We also have a new pop-up takeaway café outside Block B. Our Block C coffee shop will be closed.
Please note, payment for food and drink will be by card-payment only.
You are also very welcome to bring a picnic and blanket to enjoy lunch outside. Deckchairs and picnic tables will be spread out in our beautiful, spacious grounds.
Breastfeeding and bottle feeding are permitted anywhere on the Museum’s grounds, but should parents require more privacy, there is a feeding room located in Block C.
Baby change facilities & Pushchair access
There are plenty of toilets around the park with baby changing facilities, and every building has easy access for buggies and pushchairs or space to park them if required