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Bletchley Park reopens to visitors on 4th July

Date Posted:02/07/2020

From Saturday 4 July, you will once again be able to visit Bletchley Park and immerse yourself in the incredible stories of Britain’s World War Two Codebreakers.

To ensure your safety and that of their team members, the museum will be making some changes to the way you visit and some areas of the site will look a little different.

Everyone will need to pre-book a timed entry slot online. This will help to maintain social distancing and manage flow, enabling you to enjoy exploring the historic buildings and beautiful, spacious grounds safely and securely.

What’s new at a glance:

The historic wartime buildings, the majority of the exhibitions and the beautiful outdoor spaces will be open and accessible.

The new summer opening times are 09.00 – 18.00 daily. You must pre-book an available entry slot. Your entry time will not limit your time on site; it just allows the team to stagger entry, so they we can manage flow and reduce queuing. The last entry slot will be 15.30, giving you plenty of time to still explore the site.

To help maintain social distancing, they are limiting numbers on site each day, so you must pre-book a timed entry slot online. This includes all Friends and Annual Season Pass holders.

For full information and to pre-book your tickets, go to:

https://bletchleypark.org.uk/essential-information-for-a-safe-visit-to-bletchley-during-covid-19/reopening-on-saturday-4-july

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