Sunday 5th November 2017
Bletchley Park was the main location for this country’s code-breaking establishment during World War II and from 1938 was the home of the Government’s Code and Cypher School. Today the site is home to a fascinating heritage attraction telling the story of how boffins such as Alan Turing broke the codes created by German Enigma machines and are credited with saving many thousands of lives and shortening the war by up to two years. There is a range of hot and cold food available in the Hut 4 cafe. Admission to the neighbouring National Museum of Computing is at an additional cost, payable locally (currently £7.50 and £5.00 for seniors).