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Bletchley Park - Home of the Codebreakers

MK3 6EB Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Great Britain (UK) (Borough of Milton Keynes)

Address The Mansion
Bletchley Park 
Sherwood Drive 
Floor area 100 000 m² / 1 076 391 ft²   Area for radios (if not the same) 1 000 m² / 10 764 ft²
Museum typ Exhibition
Computer / Informatic
  • Passenger cars
  • Model Railway
  • Typewriter, calculating and coding
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Model Cars
  • Model Ships
  • Air and Space (aviation, spaceflight etc.)
  • Military technology
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Telephone / Telex
  • Military Aerospace
  • Arms
  • Military Museum in general
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio
  • Appliances (Scales, Stamping, etc.)
  • Post

Opening times
November - February: 9.30am - 4pm, last admission 14.00
March - October: 9.30am - 5pm, last admission 15.00

Status from 03/2024
Adults: £26.00; Concessions: £23.50; Children (12 - 17): £17.50
Family (2 adults and 2 children): £70.00

Tel.:+44-1908-640 404  Fax:+44-1908-274 381  


Our page for Bletchley Park - Home of the Codebreakers in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Great Britain (UK), is administrated by member Heribert Jung. Please write to him about your experience with this museum, for corrections of our data or sending photos by using the Contact Form to the Museum Finder.

Location / Directions
N51.996810° W0.738401°N51°59.80860' W0°44.30406'N51°59'48.5160" W0°44'18.2436"

Bletchley Park is an estate located in the town of Bletchley, in Buckinghamshire, England.

By Rail

Fast efficient service to Bletchley Railway Station from:

London Euston, Milton Keynes Central (for InterCity connections), Coventry and Birmingham New Street. Bedford Midland (except Sunday) for connections to London Thames Link, East Midlands and South Yorkshire.

Turn right out of the Railway Station on to Sherwood Drive. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing. Bletchley Park entrance is approximately 100 yards ahead of you.

By Bus

There are buses and coaches from all parts of Milton Keynes and beyond arriving at Bletchley Bus Station. On leaving the Bus Station head towards the Railway Station. The Bletchley Park entrance is on the opposite side of the road to the railway station 300 yards along Sherwood Drive.

By Car

Using Sat-Nav? Please enter Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, MK3 6DS, as the postal address may take you to the wrong location.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Gemeinschaftserzeugn Enigma (1938)
D: Gemeinschaftserzeugn Enigma K (1938)
GB: Standard Telephones R1082 (1935-42)
GB: MILITARY U.K. R1155A / R1155E / R1155M (1940-45)
GB: Regentone Brand ARG349 (1949-51?)
GB: Regentone Brand A121 (1949-51?)
GB: Regentone Brand ARG57 (1950/51)
GB: Collaro Ltd.; RC500 (1950?)
GB: Invicta Radio Ltd.; 34 (1951)
GB: Racal Engineering / RA-17 (1954)
GB: Philips Electrical, B3G63A (1956)
GB: K.W. Electronics Ltd Valiant (1960?)
GB: Heathkit UK by Receiver RA-1 (1963)
GB: K.W. Electronics Ltd KW 201 (1968??)
I: Geloso SA; Milano VFO G-4/101 (1953-55)
I: Geloso SA; Milano VFO G-4/104 (1955??)
J: Yaesu-Musen Co. Ltd. SSB Transceiver FT-200 (1969?)
USA: National Company; HRO History / Classification (1934-45)
USA: National Company; HRO (1935/36?)
USA: Zenith Radio Corp.; SCR-211-T Frequency Meter Set (BC-221-T) (1943)
USA: National Company; HRO-MX (1944/45)
USA: Collins Radio Transceiver KWM-2A (1961-79)
USA: Swan Electronics, 500cx (1967-69??)
USA: Heathkit Brand, "Hot Water" HW-101 (1970-83)
USA: Dentron Radio Co.; Antenna Tuner MT-2000A (1980??)


Wikipedia (July 2011):
B During World War II, Bletchley Park was the site of the United Kingdom's main decryption establishment, the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS) where ciphers and codes of several Axis countries were decrypted, most importantly the ciphers generated by the German Enigma and Lorenz machines. It also housed Station X, a secret radio intercept station.

Diplomatic Wireless Service

In Hut 1 you can see original wireless and landline communications equipment as used at Bletchley Park during World War II. The wireless stations received and transmitted secret Bletchey Park ULTRA and DIPLOMATIC messages to our overseas outposts and bases.
Open weekends only.

Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society

A working radio communications centre operated by members of the Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society. Amateur (Ham) Radio remains a popular scientific hobby, and this installation is comprised of modern technology as well as a working collection of vintage historical equipment. Contacts can be made all over the world via the aerial systems on the roof of B-block. There are regular demonstrations of radio communication using speech, morse code, video, and various forms of text messaging.

Explore Bletchley Park

In keeping with Bletchley Park’s restoration project, to create a world-class heritage site, the site now boasts a Visitor Centre, restored buildings and refreshed exhibits to preserve and commemorate the tireless work of the Codebreakers. Highly atmospheric soundscapes play snatches of conversation, music, laughter and even a hint of romance, as well as the noises of bicycle bells and steam trains to conjure up how it would have sounded during wartime Bletchley Park. The landscape is being returned to its tranquil setting, with areas returned to lawn and the footprints of the long-gone Huts 2 and 9 marked out to remind visitors where they were. The tennis courts have also been restored to grass, as they were in late 1940 and early 1941.



Block C Visitor Centre
     Secrets Revealed introduction
     The Road to Bletchley Park. Codebreaking in World War One.
     Intel Security Cybersecurity exhibition. Online security and privacy in the 21st Century.
Block B
     Lorenz Cipher
     Alan Turing
     Enigma machines
     Japanese codes
     Home Front exhibition. How people lived in WW2
The Mansion
     Office of Alistair Denniston
     Library. Dressed as a World War II naval intelligence office
     The Imitation Game exhibition
     Gordon Welchman: Architect of Ultra Intelligence exhibition
Huts 3 and 6
     Codebreaking offices as they would have looked during World War II.
Hut 8
     Interactive exhibitions explaining codebreaking
     Alan Turing's office
     Pigeon exhibition. The use of pigeons in World War II.
Hut 11
    Life as a WRNS Bombe operator
Hut 12
   Bletchley Park: Rescued and Restored. Items found during the restoration work.
   Wartime garages
Hut 19
   2366 Bletchley Park Air Training Corp Squadron

The separate National Museum of Computing, which includes a working replica Bombe machine and a rebuilt Colossus computer, is housed in Block H on the site. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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