Trains to Bletchley Park

How to get to Bletchley Park by train

Getting to Bletchley Park by train is easy, with Bletchley Station being just a 5 minute walk away from the attraction. After exiting the Station, turn right along Sherwood Drive, before turning left after around 100-200 metres to reach Bletchley Park. There are also helpful signposts to direct you on the short walk to the venue.

2FOR1 entry at Bletchley Park when you travel by train

You can also take advantage of the 2FOR1 ticket offer when travelling to Bletchley Park by train, so bring the whole family and enjoy great savings on a fantastic and educational day out.

Stations

Bletchley (BLY)

Address:
Bletchley station
Sherwood Drive
Bletchley
Buckinghamshire
MK3 6DZ
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Bletchley station information

Staffing level Part time
CCTV Yes
Information systems
  • DepartureScreens
  • Announcements
Station operator London Northwestern Railway
Ticket office opening times

A Ticket Vending Machine is located in the Booking Hall

  • Monday: 06:00 - 21:00
  • Tuesday to Friday: 06:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday: 07:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday: 08:00 - 17:00
Pre-purchase collection Yes
Ticket machine Yes
Smartcards issued here No
Validate Smartcards here No
Penalty fares LM
Customer service information

Please contact our Contact Centre team on: 0333 311 0006

Who are open during the following times:

Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 19:00 Saturday and Sunday: 08:00 - 16:00 Bank Holidays: 08:00 - 16:00 except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

**Bletchley Station is accredited by the Secure Station Scheme**

Left luggage

Available: No

Lost property

Available: No

Seated area
Yes
Waiting room
No

In the interest of public wellbeing, the waiting room facilities at Bletchley station will be closed until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause to your journey.

Station buffet
Yes
Toilets
Yes

The toilets are located in the Booking Hall. The toilet facilities are available: Monday - Friday 06:00-20:00, Saturday 07:00-18:00 and Sunday 08:00- 17:00. The National key toilets are located in the Booking Hall; these toilets are operated by a RADAR key. Passengers in possession of a RADAR key can access the toilets at all times. The National key toilets are only available during Ticket Office opening hours for passengers who do not possess a RADAR key: Monday - Friday 06:00 - 20:00, Saturday 07:00-18:00 and Sunday 08:00-17:00. The toilet facilities are not available when the Ticket Office is closed.

Baby changing facilities
No
Wifi
No
Helpline

We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here .

Note:

0800 0248 997

URL: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

24 hours, 7 days a week (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day)

  • Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Staff help

This station is staffed part time. This means that during 'staff help available opening times' your assistance will be provided by station staff. Any other time, our on-train Conductors will provide your assistance onto the train.

  • Monday: 06:00 - 21:00
  • Tuesday to Friday: 06:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday: 07:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday: 08:00 - 17:00
Induction loop available Yes
Ticket machine

Ticket Vending Machine in Booking Hall

Yes
Accessible booking office counter available

Booking clerk would go out side and serve the customer

No
Ramp for train access available
Yes
Accessible taxis information

Accessible taxis are available

Accessible public phones

Public telephones are not accessible

National Key toilets available
Yes
Step free access

Bletchley West Coast Mainline Station: This station has been classified as a step-free access category A station. This means that this station has step-free access to all platforms. More information on the step-free classification system can be found at https://www.orr.gov.uk/media/10955

Bletchley Marston Vale line: This station has been classified as a step-free access category C station. This means that this station does not have step-free access to any platform. More information on the step-free classification system can be found at https://www.orr.gov.uk/media/10955

The assistance meeting point is at the ticket office during 'staff help available opening times' When station staff aren't available, the assistance meeting point is on the platform where your service is due to depart. Our on-board conductors will help you onto the train, so please make sure you attract their attention as the train comes to a stop on the platform.

Ticket gates
Yes
Impaired mobility set down available
No
Wheelchairs
Yes

Bletchley Station Car Park

Car park 1 Station Car Park
Car park 1 operator SABA UK
Car park 1 spaces 521
Car park 1 opening times
  • Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Car park 1 charges
  • Off-peak: £4.60
  • Daily: £6.40
  • Weekly: £21.20
  • Monthly: £78.40
  • Three monthly: £222.50
  • Annual: £869.60
Car park 1 contact details

Note:

2 Electric Vehicle charging points available. For more information visit the Pod Point website.

Telephone: 0330 123 5247

URL: https://www.sabaparking.co.uk/car-park/bletchley-station-car-park

Onward travel

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

Cycle storage available Yes
Cycle storage spaces 58
Cycle storage sheltered No
Cycle storage CCTV Yes
Cycle storage location

Station forecourt

Cycle storage types
  • Stands
Rail replacement information

In the event of engineering the bus/coach will collect from the station forecourt.

Taxi rank

Departures and arrivals from Bletchley

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About Bletchley station

The Bletchley station has 24/7 CCTV and part time staffing. The ticket office is open 06:00-21:00 on Monday, 06:00-20:00 on Tuesdays-Fridays, 07:00 – 20:00 on Saturday, and 08:00- 17:00 on Sundays. Toilets and the ticket vending machine are located in the Booking Hall, and you can also use pre-purchase collection for getting your tickets. If you’re waiting for your train, seated areas are available.

More about Bletchley Park

Previously home to the top-secret World War Two Codebreakers, Bletchley Park is now a dazzling heritage attraction. With hands-on experiences, workshops, and activities, you can immerse yourself into the birthplace of modern computing and visit as many times as you would like for the year after buying a regular entry ticket.

The mansion and grounds were originally constructed from 1883 onwards, and most famously became the house of the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS), which regularly decoded the secret communications during WW2 - an incredible achievement which helped to shorten the war by up to two years. Now open for daily visitors, Bletchley Park has become a highly popular attraction with a range of engaging exhibits and activities. Enjoy the scenic ground with an interactive multimedia guide and learn the story of the extraordinary men and women who made vital contributions to history.

One of the most eye-catching exhibits in the attraction is ‘The Intelligence Factory’. As you explore the self-guided tour, interactive screens will allow you to discover how Bletchley Park rapidly increased its multi-skilled workforce to around 9,000 during WW2. You can also learn how staff worked day and night to manage the intensifying demand for signals intelligence, as the team of decoders converted enemy communications into actionable data which helped to win the war.

There are a number of other exhibitions to observe when exploring Bletchley Park. ‘Early Days’ looks into the initial journey of the codebreakers, and why the site was chosen as the home for the GC&CS. ‘D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion’ is an engrossing cinematic experience delving into the role Bletchley Park played in D-Day. The specially commissioned film is projected onto a 22m screen, located in the restored Teleprinter building, where hundreds of thousands of intercepted messages first arrived in WW2.

What time does Bletchley Park open and close?

Summer opening hours (1st March - 31st October) for Bletchley Park are 09:30-17:00, with the last entry at 15:00.

Winter opening hours (1st November - 28th February) are from 09:30-16:00, with the last entry at 14:00.

How long do visitors spend at Bletchley Park?

With so much to see and do at Bletchley Park, it is recommended to allow around 4-5 hours for a visit. However, the tickets you purchase are Annual Passes, so you can return as many times as you like within the year of your first visit.

When is the last entry for Bletchley Park?

Last entry is always two hours before the closing time.

For summer opening hours (1st March - 31st October), last entry is at 15:00.

For winter opening hours (1st November - 28th February), last entry is at 14:00.