Things to see and do at Bletchley Park
Families visiting Bletchley Park can expect an exciting, fun-filled day, exploring the museums and discovering all about the secretive codebreakers that worked here during World War Two.
On arrival, pick up one of our family trails which will guide you to our ‘must-see’ highlights, whilst providing you with activities and fun facts for all the family to enjoy.
With so much to see and do, we think you’ll need more than just one day to visit us which is why your admission ticket offers unlimited free returns for a year. This means you can return again and again without any additional charge.
Keep an eye on our what’s on page to find out about upcoming events and exhibitions for families including free workshops for children during the school holidays and larger special events throughout the year (some events include an additional fee, check the event page for more details).
There are a variety of food options at Bletchley Park.
Hut 4, formerly a WW2 Naval Intelligence Codebreaking Hut, now houses the café. Open daily, there is a range of delicious hot and cold food to choose from including freshly cooked meals made on-site with locally sourced ingredients and children’s lunch boxes.
There is a Coffee Shop in the Visitor Centre, serving cold and hot drinks, sandwiches, light snacks and treats.
The Snack Kiosk in the Pump Room is open in the summer.
The Tea Room in the Mansion serves afternoon tea every weekend with delicious sandwiches, delicate cakes and cream teas.
A children’s playground is located near Hut 4.
There are plenty of toilets spread all over the park with changing facilities. Every building has easy access for buggies and pushchairs or space to park if required.
Enjoy views of the mansion and lake from our benches and picnic tables scattered throughout the estate.