|The Bletchley Mansion|
|A reconstructed office inside the mansion|
|Commander Denniston's office|
|Outside Denniston's office|
Two of the huts (Hut 3 and Hut 6) have been restored to show where the Enigma messages were decrypted, translated, and analyzed, with interactive exhibits. I would have liked to see more interviews, as was done in the Churchill War Rooms, especially with the women. There were a lot of interesting books in the gift shop (including piles of The Rose Code in hardcover) but I was very disciplined and only bought a key chain. My classmates who had not seen The Imitation Game were glad we had watched it before our visit. I enjoyed all the school groups who were visiting in their various uniforms, some with good teachers providing commentary as they went.
For more on Bletchley Park, read my review of The Secret Lives of the Codebreakers.