Frequently asked questions
Are dogs allowed?
We do not allow dogs or pets to enter the attraction and they cannot be left in vehicles for safety reasons. We welcome all registered guide dogs, hearing dogs and medical alert dogs into Bletchley Park. If you wish to bring an assistance dog with you for your visit, please ensure you have formal identification for the dog with you such as any relevant documentation or jacket. If your dog requires a water bowl, please ask a member of staff who will be happy to provide one.
Can I download a map of Bletchley Park before I visit?
Yes, you can download a map of the Bletchley Park site here.
Do I need to pre-book my tickets
Tickets can be purchased on the day but we recommend you pre-book your tickets to guarantee entry to Bletchley Park and save time at the tills.
Is there a cloakroom where I can leave my bags?
There are no left luggage facilities at Bletchley Park.
How long do you recommend for a visit?
There is a lot to see and do here at Bletchley Park so we recommend 4 to 5 hours for a visit, however, the tickets you purchase are annual tickets and therefore you are always welcome to return as many times as you wish within a year of your first visit date.
What should I wear?
A visit to Bletchley Park involves both indoor and outdoor activities, we would recommend outdoor clothing and footwear to get the most out of your visit. Any heel which covers an area smaller than a postage stamp can cause irreparable damage to floors and carpets. We regret, therefore, that sharp-heeled shoes are not permitted.
Do you offer Guided Tours?
Yes, Bletchley Park offers all visitors the chance to register for one of our one-hour, outdoor, walking tours. Public guided tour tickets cannot be pre-booked.
Do you have any onsite catering?
Yes, we have a coffee shop in the Visitor Centre and a Hut 4 cafe which serve a range of hot and cold meals. We also have picnic benches located around the site if you wish to bring your own food.
Can I research a family member who worked at Bletchley Park?
This can be done via our Roll of Honour. You can do this online here or onsite in the Visitor Centre or the Mansion. Forms for additions to the Roll of Honour can be found by enquiring in the visitor centre shop.
Where is the nearest train station?
The nearest train station is Bletchley, with links to London Euston and Birmingham New Street. Milton Keynes Central is the nearest station with high speed inter-city links.
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.
How many people does a family ticket cover?
A family ticket covers 2 adults and 2 children.
Is Bletchley Park wheelchair accessible?
Bletchley Park is fully wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are also available to borrow at the entrance for your visit. Unfortunately, the Museum cannot provide assistance around the Museum for wheelchair users. However, assistance will be available at wheelchair lifts. Please read our full access statement here for more details.