What to See
Discover Bletchley Park’s story at your leisure enjoying the Multimedia Guide and visiting fascinating galleries and exhibits within the WW2 Codebreaking Huts and Blocks.
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.
- Visitor Centre in Block C
- Huts 3 and 6 exhibitions
- Block B exhibitions
- Hut 8, Brilliant Minds
- The Mansion exhibitions
- Hut 11
- THE IMITATION GAME: The Exhibition
- Hut 12
Other exhibitions are available at Bletchley Park, but operated independently of the Bletchley Park Trust. In some cases, there is an additional charge. Click here to learn more. You can also go to our Suggested Itineraries page to see our suggestions for ways to plan your visit.
In addition to visiting the museums, exhibitions and displays, there is always something to do - whether it is an event, special exhibition, programme or activity, from one of the many talks in the Bletchley Park Presents series to family-centred activities in the Bright Sparks@Bletchley Park programme - please continue to visit the What's On page or News page for the latest happenings.