The Bletchley Park Trust is a charitable company established in 1992 to preserve the historic site of World War II codebreaking for the nation. Since then the Trust has secured funding to preserve the iconic codebreaking buildings and to transform the assets into a world-class museum and visitor attraction. Bletchley Park does not receive any central government grants and is dependent on ticket and sales revenues and donations. The mission of Bletchley Park goes beyond the provision of a museum, and it has in particular a thriving learning team.
Watch the video ‘Hut 11A: The Bombe Breakthrough’ in which Dermot Turing introduces the latest permanent exhibition which opened in March 2018.
Find out how to book a visit to Bletchley Park here.