Afternoon Tea

Please book your Afternoon Tea here.

Afternoon Tea is available on selected weekends throughout the year. Our sitting times are 12.00 until 13.15 and 14.30 until 15.45.

To make a booking using a gift voucher please call us on 01908 640404.

All dietary requirements will be requested two weeks prior to your visit. Please email all requirements to us at

Please note, we cannot guarantee dietary requirements will be accommodated for bookings made less than 24 hours before your visit.

We cannot guarantee groups of six or more will be seated together. Please call a member of the Bookings Team if you would like to discuss this on 01908 272673.

Book Admission

Book online before the day of your visit to receive 10% off the normal general admission prices. Online bookings close at midnight, the night before the date of visitation. If you do not book in advance, tickets can always be purchased on entry, at the standard price. (Please see the PLAN A VISIT page to see the discounted and on the day prices)

Please click START BOOKING, select your visit date, select tickets (10% already applied on general admission tickets). and select your timed entry slot.

If you are redeeming gift tickets please present your gift tickets in person at Admissions, on the day of your visit.

Booking is not essential at this time unless you hold a Virgin Experience or Afternoon Tea gift voucher. In that instance, please contact us on 01908 272673 to make your booking.

Buying Gift Tickets

Purchase your gift tickets here.

All gift tickets are valid for 12 months from the purchase date, once redeemed an Annual Pass will be issued upon the first visit. This will allow for unlimited return visits for the duration of the Annual Pass, a gift which can be enjoyed again and again.

Eat Street MK

After the success of the first Eat Street MK at this venue, Milton Keynes' biggest, regular street food event returns to the iconic Bletchley Park!

The original idea of Eat Street MK was to bring local street food businesses, the community, friends and family together and this year it celebrates its seventh year.

This special event will showcase a diverse selection of food vendors, all accompanied by music from DJ Danny.

There will be a small charge of ?1.50 per person aged 12 or over to help cover costs incurred by Bletchley Park, an independent museum and charity, in hosting this event. Each vendor is subject to their own charges.

Open 17.30 to 21.00

Sailors and Dogs

Join GCHQ Departmental Historian, Dr David Abrutat, in our Fellowship Auditorium for the second talk in our series exploring the fascinating story of Y Stations - a clandestine network of wireless listening outposts operated by more than 17,000 people worldwide.

Discover the history of one of the oldest Y Stations in the world, the original site in Scarborough, Sandybed Lane.

Doors open at 10:00 for a start of 11:00.

Talk and Demonstration: Marian Rejewski

During a historic and little-known meeting in Pyry, Warsaw, on the 25th and 26th July 1939 representatives of the Polish Government and Intelligence Services agreed to share with their British and French Allies information and machines related to their cryptographic analysis and deciphering of the German Enigma cipher. Included in this was the exceptional work of Polish codebreaker, Marian Rejewski, who was the first to theorise the mathematical equations which would eventually lead to the breaking of the Enigma by the Allies.

Join Robert Gawlowski, author of the biography ?The untold story of Marian Rejewski, who passed the baton to Alan Turing? and Tim Flack, of King's College, Cambridge, as they explore the life, work and codebreaking machines of Rejewski, and their influence on the activities of Bletchley Park. Included in this event will be a demonstration of a fully functional replica Cyclometer ? the first electromechanical device created by Rejewski to aid in the daily breaking of Enigma keys, and which was succeeded by the Polish Bomba, the forerunner to Alan Turing?s Bombe.

Talk and Recital: Herbert Murrill

Alongside the frenetic war-time work taking place in secrecy at Bletchley Park flourished another series of activities. Organised with almost as much vigour and dedication as their codebreaking efforts, The Bletchley Park Musical Society were ferocious in the number of performances and events they held.

For the first time in 70 years the works of Herbert Murrill, who worked as a Seargent throughout the war decoding Japanese ciphers, will be gathered together and performed, in a recital and talk exploring Murrill's place in Bletchley's vibrant musical life the highly artistic life of his code-breaking colleagues.

Join baritone and conductor Crispin Lewis, Raymond Lewis (nephew of Herbert Murrill and Crispin's father) and oboist Rachel Broadbent in this musical rediscovery.


Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park

The Mansion, Bletchley Park
Sherwood Drive, Bletchley
Milton Keynes, MK3 6EB

T: 01908 272673