Once Britain's Best Kept Secret where codes were broken during World War Two, today Bletchley Park
is a heritage site open to the public. Features include the Codebreaking Huts, Victorian mansiom, the
only reconstructed Bombe machine and a large collection of Enigma machines. Exhibitions include the
Life and Works of Alan Turing. Café. Playground. Tel. 01908 640404.
Open Daily 0930-1700 (closes 1600 Nov-Feb). Last admission 1 hour before closing.
Situated within the Bletchley Park site, the National Radio Centre is a showcase for radio
communications technology. Interactive displays explain how different parts of the radio spectrum
are used. The role of radio amateurs is also covered and the Centre has its own amateur radio station.
Open WThFSSu & BH 1030-1630.
Situated within the Bletchley Park site, the Museum houses the rebuilt Colossus, the world's
first electronic computer. PC Gallery with computers from the 1970s to the present day.
Tel. 01908 374708.
Open ThSSu (also most BH) 1300-1600, see website for additional days and times.