Join us over the Easter holidays for some fun family-friendly activities involving mysterious maps. Take on the role of a codebreaker during WW2, where you’ll be cracking secret coded messages, to plot on your map the fastest route for the dispatch riders to safely get their messages back to Bletchley Park. Have a go at making a sliding map puzzle or create your own maze! These drop-in sessions are suitable for 5-14-year olds and their families.
From 10-13 April, Nigel Amies, historical educator, will be returning to Bletchley Park to reprise his role as Morse Trainer and Drill Sergeant. Visit Nigel in the Mansion to find out more about WW2 kit and equipment and have a go at a Morse code message of your own. Make sure to turn up for Bletchley Home Guard drill on the lawn – broom handles provided!
Can you solve our treasure trail? Throughout Easter, pick up a treasure trail map from admissions for £2, which will take you to different locations around Bletchley Park. Once you’ve solved all the clues, you can collect your prize from the Information Desk!
Family activities are included in the admission price and your ticket includes free unlimited entry to Bletchley Park for a year. Don’t forget under 12s go free!