Bletchley Park in sign language
Visitors with hearing difficulties can join a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted tour of Bletchley Park. One hour outdoor guided tours are led by volunteers to give visitors an introduction to Bletchley Park and to the people who undertook the crucial codebreaking work during World War Two. They include an overview of the work that took place in the different buildings around Bletchley Park and a glimpse into the Codebreakers’ leisure time.
Visitors not requiring BSL interpretation can join one of the regularly scheduled tours which are run each day. Selected tours have the option for visitors to wear a radio headset to make it easier to hear the guide.
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