World War 2 is a period that holds much nostalgia and mystery. It is a time where technology and ingenuity were at a rise, simply because they were required to fight the war. Bletchley Park, and in particular the story of Alan Turing and his development of the Turing machine, which went on to decrypt the Enigma code is a critical tale in Englands history and is retold in the Hollywood Blockbuster 'The Imitation Game'.
I came to learn of Bletchley Park Estate and Alan Turing from the Imitation Game film and was immediately intrigued. Luckily much of the Bletchley Park Estate still stands and this site, which once was a top secret military location, is now open for the public to explore. It's one of the easiest day trips from London you can make and is well worth the visit. Intrigued? So were we...
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