Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park

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Hop to Bletchley Park for egg-stra special days out this Easter!

Hop to Bletchley Park for a fun-for-all-ages Easter activity – crack codes and solve puzzles in our Easter Bunny Hunt, learn more about the Mansion and the Leon family in egg-ceptional activities for families or join an egg-citing family tour (on selected dates). 

Will you accept our mission to crack the code? Go on an Easter Bunny hunt around Bletchley Park where each bunny has a secret code – can you work out the hidden word? The trail has lots of puzzles and other activities too! Trails are free to collect from admissions and are suitable for all ages.

The Bletchley Park bunny trail runs from the 29th of March to the 12th of April this Easter half-term. 

Buying as a gift? Lovetovisit Gift Card available here!

Enjoy one of the best things to do in Milton Keynes when you book Bletchley Park tickets! 

  • Uncover the secrets of the very site that was used to change the course of history
  • Enjoy interactive exhibits, informative stories and relaxing surrounding environments
  • Save almost £17 on a family day out when you buy the family ticket option
  • If you're looking to get any youngsters into history, Under 12's can visit for free

In just a few taps of your phone screen, you'll have everything ready for uncovering the secrets of this great Milton Keynes attraction. 

Welcome to Bletchley Park, the estate in Milton Keynes with a unique place in history…

It was at this very site during World War Two where British Codebreakers, including Alan Turing, worked to uncover the secrets of the Enigma machine and break enemy codes, providing vital intelligence that had a direct impact on the war.

See one of the largest collections of Enigma machines on public display anywhere in the world. Discover more about the amazing people who worked here and their captivating stories, and marvel at their feats of ingenuity.

Movie-buffs out there may recognise the story of Turing from the 2014 film, The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. 

It's a profound and eye-opening tale that Bletchley Park does the ultimate justice towards by preserving it to this day. 

There are so many things to do in Milton Keynes' Bletchley Park, for visitors of all ages

You can even have a go at codebreaking yourself with interactive exhibits that challenge your skills and test your wits. Families can solve the puzzles in the Top Secret Mission Pack and feel like true Codebreakers.

Then, immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings of the park, taking in the beauty of the gardens and the tranquil lakeside views. You can even bring a picnic, making for a truly unique family day out in Milton Keynes. 

So, don't miss your chance to unlock the secrets of Bletchley Park. Get your tickets now for the best online prices and embark on a journey that will fascinate, educate, and inspire visitors of all ages.

Milton Keynes

How to find us

By car:

Junction 13 off the M1. Please enter Sherwood Drive MK3 6DS as the postal address may take you to the wrong location. There is free on-site parking available for cars, but please be aware that on busy event days alternative parking may need to be found. The car park includes disabled parking spaces and two electric car charging points for visitors to use.

By train:

Bletchley Park is a few minutes walk from Bletchley train station. London Northwestern Railway offers direct services from London Euston (approx 40 minutes), Birmingham New Street and Milton Keynes. 

By bus: 

The nearest bus station is Bletchley bus station, which is a ten-minute walk from Bletchley Park. This has inter-urban links to the Milton Keynes area and beyond.

By bike:

Many of those working at Bletchley Park during World War Two cycled in for their shift, and you can ride your bike to visit the site too!

Milton Keynes has a network of cycling routes throughout the city, called the Redways, and Bletchley Park is a part of the network. Upon arrival, there are bike racks at the front of the Block C Visitor Centre where you can secure your bike during your visit.

Please note: Bikes are not permitted in the grounds of Bletchley Park.

  • Free parking
  • Restaurant 
  • Toilets
  • Gift shop
  • Children's play area

It is easy to make a full day out at Bletchley Park, so you can easily spend up to four or five hours for a visit.

A visit to Bletchley Park involves both indoor and outdoor activities, so it is recommended you wear 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: these sharp-heeled shoes are not permitted.

Bletchley Park is fully wheelchair-accessible. Wheelchairs are also available to borrow from the Visitor Centre.

Dogs are not permitted at Bletchley Park, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs. 

Yes, the beautiful grounds of Bletchley Park make a great place for a picnic. Please note, indoor seating is reserved for visitors who have purchased food on site. 

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