DatesTuesday, 13 February 2018
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
The Guildford Institute
Ward St, Guildford
CostMembers - £38 Non-members - £40
Bletchley Park was once the top-secret home of the World War Two codebreakers. Step back in time and learn about the fascinating covert work of many dedicated people from all walks of life, including Alan Turing, who worked tirelessly to crack the German enigma code and whose input and brilliant minds helped Britain gain advantage in WWII.
Visit the restored codebreaking huts where enigma messages sent by the German army were decrypted, translated and analysed for vital intelligence. In these iconic, primitive huts, the atmosphere is recreated, with rooms dressed to resemble what they once were. We will learn about the different types of machines and codes used as well as spending time exploring the mansion and museum, which house a number of wartime exhibitions.
There is a café available serving hot and cold lunches and your entry also includes an annual season ticket, giving you unlimited free returns for a year.