Visit Bletchley Park

A visit has been arranged to Bletchley Park for Thursday 13 October.

Bletchley Park is well known as the place where the Government Code and Cipher School cracked key German code systems during the second world war.  For many years after the war this work, and Bletchley Park’s role, remained secret.   It was the predecessor to GCHQ.  Our tour will be self-guided so participants can choose what to see and at what pace.   Exhibits include the newly restored huts 3 and 6 where the Enigma code was solved, Alan Turing’s office in hut 8, wartime notes on the processes exhibited in hut 12 and other exhibits including the museum.