I went to Bletchley with some friends. Parking was easy, there is good access for disabilities, friendly staff and volunteers and lots to see. We did a short walk around the pretty lake on arrival, after we had booked a free tour and collected our Wilkie talkie guide to put around our necks. Then lunch in Hut 4, which used ‘wartime’ crockery! Very tasty.
We finished in time to attend the tour, starting with an interesting talk and overview of this amazing place, that, by breaking the German codes in WW2 shortened the war for us and our allies. We continued outside to be shown which huts/buildings did what and things in the main house.
The tour lasts an hour, then we were free to explore the exhibits in the various buildings. The accessibility was good.
Another cup of tea and we were tired, so went home. The entrance ticket lasts for 12months, so we will return, there is still more to explore.