A short visit but well worthwhile, we just managed to get on the 2.30pm guided tour and found the guide informative although the 'how it works' stuff about the Enigma machines was completely beyond my non-mathematical mind. We walked around the main part of the complex, got information about the war years, a few anecdotes, it was very interesting. The main house is in a lovely setting and it's good to be able to have a look around this lovely building. We spent a lot of time in Hut 8, great videos and descriptive boards ranging from how the Enigma machine was captured from a submarine to pigeon messengers..
Ground floor and upper floor of the main admin block have good exhibits on spies, Alan Turing, how staff lived.
It was very well worth while taking time to go to Bletchley Park.
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