Once a top-secret location, Bletchley Park has turned into a heritage attraction visited by thousands of tourists per year. It is known for the secret it once kept — being the home of code breakers during the Second World War and their contributions to its outcome. This exceptional place first took secret agents in in September 1938 and operations began in earnest the following year.
The attraction is home to old machines that paved the way to better information technology. Years after the war, Bletchley was rarely mentioned but today, with 250,000 visitors in 2016 alone, it has become a symbol of patriotism, technological excellence, and commitment.