Hands-on Half-term at Bletchley Park

Admission to Bletchley Park is free for children under twelve, and there are more reasons than ever to visit this half term.

Children can follow the Codebreaker trail and take part in a Marvellous Morse workshop. There’s a delicious Afternoon Tea available for the whole family, too.

Free Codebreaker challenge trails are available to pick up as you arrive at Bletchley Park throughout the week. On Tuesday 16 and Thursday 18 February, the Marvellous Morse workshop will run in both the mornings and afternoons, also at no extra charge.

Visitors of all ages can now add some luxury to their visit by stopping for a delicious Afternoon Tea in the iconic Victorian Mansion. Bookings must be made online or by phone at least 48 hours in advance.

Free Multimedia Guides feature a Family Tour, including puzzles and storytelling to make a visit exciting for children, and there are child-friendly interactive exhibitions throughout the site, making Bletchley Park a great day out for the whole family.

Bletchley, Bleeps and Buzzers

Bletchley Park is hosting Bleeps and Buzzers workshops on Saturday 12 March as part of British Science Week. Book now for this workshop, which is included in the cost of admission. Families will make their own Morse code buzzer circuit, intercept enemy transmissions and save the day.