Visiting Bletchley Park - New for 2007! Day Admission Ticket now replaced by Annual Season Ticket.
For the standard weekday and weekend programme, including an Audio Tour and, subject to availability, a Guided Tour.. All tickets are now valid for as many visits you would like during the 12 month period from time of purchase.
(Over 60's and students with valid ID.)
Children 12 to 16: £6.00
Children under 12 admitted free of charge
Family Ticket: £22.50 (Two adults + Two children aged 12 to 16)
Bletchley Park has full disabled access throughout the site. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitors to use while on-site - pre-booking is essential, please call + 44 (0)1908 640404. Please note: although wheelchairs are made available for visitors to use, we can not provide wheelchair assistants/pushers.
On weekdays and on some Saturdays the Mansion may not be fully open for viewing due to the popularity of conferences, weddings or other privately booked functions. These are needed to help sustain the Park as a heritage centre. The Mansion will generally be fully open on Sundays. Please note: conferences and weddings do not affect our main exhibition areas such as Block B and the WW2 centre, which are open fully every day.
We do allow both photography and videoing in all of our displays and exhibitions.
Due to our commitment to preserve our wildlife, we do NOT allow dogs on-site ,except for Guide Dogs for the Blind and Hearing.
When We're Open (Open daily except 21st April, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day)
Weekdays Winter Opening (1st November to 31st March): 10.30am to 4.00pm
Weekdays Summer Opening (1st April to 31st October): 9.30am to 5.00pm
Weekends & Bank Holidays Winter Opening (1st November to 31st March):10.30 am to 4.00pm
Weekends & Bank Holidays Summer Opening (1st April to 31st October): 10.30am to 5.00pm
Seeing one of our Enigma Machines, including the rare 'Abwehr G312', is undoubtedly a highlight of a busy day out at Bletchley Park, but there is much more than machines in a visit to the historic site. Check out the tales of spies and strategic deception. You may even be the one to discover the map to genius mathematician Alan Turing's silver, supposedly buried in or near Bletchley Park.
The Lake & Block B
There are more than enough different activities and exhibitions to occupy most families for a whole day, from wartime toys to working computers. There's a wartime mini cinema and an outstanding Churchill collection. Lively exciting events are held on special days throughout the year. Have a look through the ornate Victorian Mansion that was headquarters to intelligence staff during the War. Wander by the Lake, relax and observe the wildlife. Children can let off steam on our new playground. And there's much much more . . .
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