Other exhibitions available for visitors to Bletchley Park, but operating independently of the Bletchley Park Trust, are:
- The National Radio Centre - Operated by the Radio Society of Great Britain, in partnership with the Bletchley Park Trust, this fascinating exhibition traces the development of radio communications from inception through to the current day. Admission to The National Radio Centre is included in the price of admission to Bletchley Park although, as it is manned by volunteers, is not always open to the public.
- The National Museum of Computing - An independent museum tracing the development of the computer. This museum is housed at Bletchley Park and charges its own admission fees.
- Other Collections. Bletchley Park currently hosts a number of Private Collections (The Holley-Cornelius Toy Collection, Leighton Buzzard Model Boat Club, Bletchley Park Post Office and the Projected Picture Trust). All of these are run independently of the Bletchley Park Trust and are staffed by volunteers. The Bletchley Park Trust, therefore, has no control over the curatorial content or the opening hours of these collections.