Bletchley Park is a place with historic importance and relevance in modern life. Originally the home of British codebreaking and secret intelligence in World War II, modern information technology was greatly influenced, and continues to be influenced, by the work done here. If this is on your list of things to do, Mercure Milton Keynes Hotel is among the very best hotels near Bletchley Park.
Blends the twentieth century’s most dramatic history with the challenges posed by rapidly changing technology and today’s increasingly complex society. History as the central location of British codebreakers in World War II. Regularly penetrated communications and their work is believed to have ensured the outcome and shortened the duration of the war by as much as four years.
The exhibitions at Bletchley Park include:
In addition to the permanent exhibitions, Bletchley Park features temporary art exhibitions, such as one centred on James Bond in 2018. Food is available in the café or coffee shop and afternoon tea is available on selected weekend dates. Bletchley Park is open daily to visitors with the exceptions of 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January. About 250,000 people from around the world come to visit Bletchley Park each year.
When you stay at our hotel, you will be close to the best attractions, entertainment, shopping, and dining in the area. Our guests enjoy newly renovated, comfortable guest rooms with all the amenities and technology you would expect at luxury hotels in Milton Keynes.
If you are looking for cheap & budget hotels Milton Keynes, it is easy to reach Bletchley Park from our hotel. The Mercure Abbey Hill Milton Keynes is located just three miles from the train station and the M1, so you can easily reach this and other popular sightseeing destinations, whether you are travelling by train or car.