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Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday, 10:30am to 5pm

Last admission is 4.30pm but we do recommend allowing at least 2 hours for your visit as there is a lot to see!

We are also open most bank holidays. Please see the Events Calendar for details.


Entrance Fees

As an independent registered charity responsible for our own fundraising, sponsorship and management, your entry fee will help us maintain and grow our unique historic collection. Tickets can be purchased on entry to the Museum.

One-day tickets

Adults £7.50

Concessions £5.00 (for those aged 60 and over & students)

Children aged 5-16 £5.00

Under 5s free

Carers with disabled visitors free

Family ticket £20.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children)

Annual tickets

Adults £15.00

Concessions £10.00 (for those aged 60 and over & students) 

Children aged 5-16 £7.00

Under 5s free

Carers with disabled visitors free

Family tickets £40.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children)


Guided Tours

  • These usually take place at 2pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and at 12 noon on Thursdays.

  • Booking for tours is recommended as spaces are limited and they are popular.

Group bookings

We accept advance group bookings.

Dogs

The National Museum of Computing’s landlords, the Bletchley Park Trust, do not allow dogs on site or allow dogs to be left in vehicles on site. Registered Assistance Dogs are permitted on site.


Getting Here

The National Museum of Computing is located on the Bletchley Park estate in Milton Keynes, UK.

At the main gate of Bletchley Park ask for The National Museum of Computing in Block H.
Inside the Bletchley Park estate, beyond the entrance to the Bletchley Park Visitor Centre, turn left and travel about 250 metres up the slope to Block H. There are parking spaces by our main entrance.

Address

The National Museum of Computing
Block H
Bletchley Park
MILTON KEYNES
MK3 6EB

Sat Nav users: please use the postcode for the railway station MK3 6DS on Sherwood Drive and then follow signs. The postcode for Bletchley Park will actually take you to an old entrance which is closed.

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Visiting Us By Public Transport

By Rail

Bletchley Railway Station is 400 metres from The National Museum of Computing. - Turn right down road to pedestrian crossing and the entrance to the park estate is the other side of the road.

By Bus

There are buses and coaches from all parts of Milton Keynes and beyond, arriving at Bletchley Bus Station. On leaving the Bus Station head towards the Railway Station and turn right down road to pedestrian crossing and the entrance to the park estate is the other side of the road.

By Road

For Satellite Navigation users please use the postcode for the railway station (MK3 6DS) and continue past it (with the station on your right). The new Bletchley Park entrance is shortly afterwards on the left (after Milton Keynes College).


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Shop

While you are here, and certainly before you leave, be sure to visit The National Museum of Computing shop for souvenirs, hot and cold drinks and snacks.

There is a wide range of T-shirts, books, mugs, gifts, build-your-own kits, photographs, and lots more available to buy.

Sales help fund the museum's development, and will be invested in new displays for you to see next time you come.

Don't forget: annual membership gives you year-round free entry.