Bletchley Park, home to and famous for the astonishing achievements of codebreakers and innovators during WW2.
Discover, explore and be inspired. Our learning activities for children, young people and adults enhance creative thinking, communication and reflective learning through hands on activities, immersive experiences, practical intelligence challenges and imaginative problem solving activities. Our onsite and offsite programme links the past and present enhancing knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to our lives today. A typical visit to our site offers an hour workshop of your choice led by our experienced team of session leaders, a tour where you can walk in the footsteps of the Bletchley Park workers and self-guided time for your group to explore the site in your own way at your own pace.
We have a range of STEAM-focused sessions available for all Key Stages in dedicated learning spaces.
We also offer a programme of outreach visits. For full details please visit our website.
‘I had a great day at Bletchley Park and discovered a lot of secrets from World War II. I would definitely recommend a visit!‘ – Year 9 student
‘We loved the day, it surpassed our expectations, an incredible place that really gives superb links to history, maths and computing. We would love to return.‘ – Teacher
Visit costs per person:
Primary (5-11): £8
Secondary (11-18): £12
Supervising adult (one teacher admitted free for every 5 students): Free;
Additional adults: £12;
Adults students (over 18): £12.
Ben Eley, Assistant Principal; Sir Herbert Leon School
Katherine Douglas, Head Teacher; Brookmead School
Parking for cars and minibuses available onsite, parking for coaches available offsite for pre-booked groups
Public Liability Insurance: Held
Safeguarding: Safeguarding policy held
Arts Award Supporter
Target Age Group: ALL
Alison Smith / Karen Bush - Learning Department
Bletchley Park Trust, The Mansion, Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes MK3 6EB