Bletchley Park - Once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers, is now a vibrant heritage attraction in Milton Keynes. Open daily all year round check before you go for opening times.
Bletchley Park is one of the most historical and famous place that is just 15 min walk from us and we highly recommend our visitors to try to find the time to visit in their spare time.
Explore the Home of the Codebreakers Vibrant heritage attraction and museum. Open daily.
The home of the Codebreakers is about a 50 min drive from here but well worth a visit! Check out their website as there is often lots of events going on.
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