Capt Jerry Roberts’ autobiography Lorenz, telling the story of the breaking of Hitler’s most secret cipher, launched at TNMOC in the presence of Colossus veterans whose work helped in the decrypting process.
Margaret Sale has been has been honoured with a Point of Light award by No 10 Downing Street for ensuring that the wartime contribution of Bletchley Park is not forgotten.
A radio appeal has found a crack team from HMGCC to reconstruct the missing motor of an extremely rare Lorenz SZ42, used by German High Command in World War II.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Milton Keynes, TNMOC is hosting a special weekend on 21-22 January 2017 highlighting the past, present and future of computing.
To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Milton Keynes and ten years since the official opening of TNMOC, MK families can have half-price entry to the museum in 2017.
Keep the festive spirit going between Christmas and New Year with a family visit to TNMOC between 27-30 December 2016, every afternoon 12 noon-5pm.
The 2016 Tony Sale Award has been won by the Heinz-Nixdorf MuseumsForum for its evocative and educational reconstruction showing how ENIAC was programmed.
Tony Sale’s 1950’s creation of George the Robot has just left to go on a world tour with a Science Museum exhibition that explores the 500-year story of humanoid robots.
The incredible story of the WITCH, the world’s oldest working digital computer that has risen from the dead on three separate occasions, is told in a new short video.
On the 25th anniversary of the Save Bletchley Park Campaign, we pay tribute to the campaigners and specially to Margaret Sale, there at the start and still on site today.
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