The Intelligence Factory
Explore how this former top-secret home of the World War Two codebreakers operated at a critical time, when the outcome of the war hung in the balance.
During the Second World War, Bletchley Park became the principal centre for codebreaking. Made up of a huge workforce over around 9,000 people, 75% of whom were women, Bletchley operated on an industrial scale around the clock, working on signals intelligence and deciphering enemy communications that ultimately helped win the war.
The exhibition features a collection of objects, stories and interactive displays exploring Bletchley’s key wartime operations from 1942-1945.
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