My Bletchley Park Visit was well worth going to. I enjoyed the whole day and just felt the warm psychic vibes in The Mansion and all around. The visit was very informative and the lake being a favourite place for most of us was just awesome. The peace and quiet I did not expect and fortunately my son Caine and I chose a Monday which wasn’t too busy. It was little wonder the code breakers used to sit in boats on the lake to think straight. The atmosphere was like a time gone by and it made me realise how lucky we are to be here with the codebreakers help.
Bletchley Park is near Milton Keynes and the entry fee was £18 and worth every penny. We travelled by car from Swindon and arrived there in about an hour maybe a bit more.
There is every commodity there to have a good day out. A lovely cafe which serves excellent meals at a competitive price and a coffee shop. Plenty of seating around the park for those of us who like a breather every now and then.
The Mansion was awesome particularly the ceilings and lay out and apart from the great history of the whole place, it is hard to believe that this building and Park was someones home before the second world war.
My visit to Bletchley park was very memorable and so enjoyable. I returned home well fed, a bit tired but so pleased that I had finally made it there after several attempts in the past to visit there. I would go back again and they do have a terrific computer museum, which unfortunately I didn’t visit. Maybe next time though because I will definately be going back.