Bletchley Park welcomes all people with disabilities
We will do our best to help you and to make your visit to Bletchley Park enjoyable. If there is something that you feel could reasonably be improved, or if you have any special requirements, please let us know.
Download our full access statement here.
The Museum has step free access.
Access to the galleries
All the exhibitions are positioned at ground floor level. Ramps are installed on site for easy access.
Map of Bletchley Park
You can download a map of the Bletchley Park site here.
There are 24 disabled parking spaces at the back of the Porters’ Lodge at the entrance and another 5 in Block F car park.
Borrow a wheelchair
Wheelchairs are available to borrow from the Visitor Centre during your visit. Unfortunately, the Museum cannot provide assistance around the Museum for wheelchair users. However assistance will be available at wheelchair lifts.
British Sign Language guided tours
BSL interpreted guided tours are available throughout the year. Check our events calendar for available dates and to book.
Assistance Dogs and Guide Dogs
Assistance Dogs and Guide Dogs are welcome. Dog bowls are available from the admission desk. More information here.
Sound and enhancement systems
Sound enhancement systems for both hearing aid users and non hearing aid users are available for the 12.00 tour and the 14.00 tour. Please arrive 10 minutes before your tour is due to start and speak to your friendly tour guide who will provide you with the equipment.
Bletchley Park is proud to be part of the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Scheme®. Sunflower Lanyards are available free of charge from our Visitor Centre in Block C. These lanyards help our staff to recognise that you may need some extra help, time or assistance during your visit so please just ask if you need one.
The necessary escort of a visitor with a disability is admitted free of charge upon request, while the normal charge applies to the disabled visitor.