Home to the iconic Bletchley Park, where the top-secret World War II Enigma Codebreakers made history, Bletchley has lots to offer. A short 5-minute walk from the railway station and you'll reach the historic Bletchley Park. Get hands on with fascinating interactive displays and pick up a free multimedia guide to hear more stories as you explore the park. Understand the origins of the computers we use today with a visit to The National Museum of Computing or learn about the development of radio communications technology at the National Radio Centre, both located inside Bletchley Park.

Bletchley Park. Photo: Julie Clarke from Pixabay
Photo: Julia Clarke from Pixabay
Flowers in the sunshine
Photo: toodlingstudio from Pixabay

The heart of Bletchley is its shopping area of Queensway, offering a mix of high street stores and independent boutiques. For outdoor activities explore the Blue Lagoon Nature Reserve, the River Ouzel, the West Bletchley Sensory Gardens and the canal. Pop into one of the traditional pubs along the way to enjoy a bite to eat.
Join the train at Bletchley railway station and travel along the picturesque Marston Vale Line to Bedford.

Extend your trip and explore Bletchley as part of our Romans to riverside itinerary.

Getting to Bletchley by train
Travel along the picturesque Marston Vale Line from Bedford (1 hr 5). Direct West Midlands Trains run frequently from London Euston (55mins) and Birmingham New Street (1hr 30).

Accessibility at Bletchley Railway Station

Step-free access is available to booking hall and platform 1 via a short ramp. Lift access to platforms 2, 3, 4 and 5. No lift access to platform 6, 36 steps down. both platforms via lifts.

This station is not staffed at all times. To book passenger assistance for your journey visit London Northwestern Railway assisted travel website.

For more station facilities please see Bletchley Station website.

Accessibility assitance at the station. Photo: GTR
Photo: GTR

Ways to save

You can often save money on your train tickets by booking them in advance. Look out for Super Off Peak and Off Peak tickets, offering great value for money when traveling outside peak times. Tickets can be purchased online from Thameslink or at the station. Consider buying a railcard (Senior, 16-25, Family & Friends, Disabled Persons, Two Together), to save 34% for most journeys.

Save money with 2 for 1 Days Out Guide. Download and print your vouchers from the Days Out Guide website, travel by train and show your voucher and train tickets when you arrive to get 2 for 1 entry into some of Britain's most favoured attractions.

To make your days out as enjoyable as possible, we encourage you to plan your trip in advance and check for disruptions before you start your journey. Visit our travel safe page to see what you can do to make planning easy.

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