Bletchley Park , – £29.50 Per Person (Includes entrance) or Coach only for those with a season ticket £16.50 Per Person
Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire was Britain’s main decryption establishment during World War Two.
Bletchley Park was the headquarters of the British Military Intelligence Government Code and Cipher School during World War Two. Located fifty miles north of London, on the grounds of the sprawling Victorian mansion for which it was named, Bletchley Park employed 12,000 code breakers and staff. Bletchley Park cryptologists successfully broke the major codes used by the German military and high command, creating the most advanced computing sources of the time with few resources. British cryptologists also aided the USA efforts to break Japanese codes. Intelligence information gathered from Bletchley Park is credited with significantly aiding the Allied war effort and saving thousands of lives.