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During the Second World War, Bletchley Park was home to the Government Code and Cypher School – the precursor to GCHQ.
Today, Bletchley Park is recognised as a place of exceptional historical importance and is now a vibrant heritage attraction and museum, open daily to visitors. Visitors can discover the once-secret stories and extraordinary achievements of the men and women who worked there. Interactive exhibitions help explain the astonishing ingenuity and creativity used to gather secret intelligence that had a direct and profound influence on the conflict. Learn more about figures such as Alan Turing, Tommy Flowers, Max Newman, Mavis Batey, Dilly Knox, and many more.
Uncover the story of Bletchley Park’s rapid expansion to a workforce of around 10,000 in The Intelligence Factory, the newest and largest permanent exhibition on site. Delve into the work that was done and the logistical demands of producing huge amounts of vital intelligence, such as the recruiting and billeting of people. Explore the restored wartime buildings and huts, and the ornate Victorian mansion that was headquarters to intelligence staff, or simply wander by the lake, relax and observe the wildlife.