Bletchley Park is an estate in the town of Bletchley (since 1967 part of the Metropolitan Borough of Milton Keynes), in Buckinghamshirein the UK, managed by the Bletchley Park Trust as a historic site. The site is currently home to the Bletchley Park Museum: "The National Museum of Computing", corporate offices and several attractions.
During the Second World War, Bletchley Park was the UK's main code-breaking site, the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS), where the ciphers and codes of several Axis countries were deciphered, including the most important, those of the German Enigma machine and the Lorenz machine. For those in the know, it's "BP "1,2. The naval assignment of the Wrens (Women's Royal Naval Service) embarked at Bletchley Park is HMS Pembroke V.
Bletchley Park then housed a secret radio interception station, as well as a transmitting station. Interception was soon moved to other locations with better reception. Most of the receivers were relocated elsewhere. The station's nom de guerre is Station X, London Signals Intelligence Centre and Communications Headquarters. Source Wikipedia Telephone: +44 1908 640404 Opening hours: Monday 09:30-17:00 Tuesday 09:30-17:00 Wednesday 09:30-17:00 Thursday 09:30-17:00 Friday 09:30-17:00 Saturday 09:30-17:00 Sunday 09:30-17:00