Bletchley Park is the historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII.
It is the birthplace of modern computing.
Winston Churchill described the Codebreakers as "The geese who laid the golden egg but never cackled."
Here you will find stories told by the codebreakers, staff and volunteers, audio from events and lectures, stories which are still emerging and reports on the progress of the development of Bletchley Park.
June 23, 2012, is the Centenary of Alan Turing’s birth. During his relatively brief life, he made a unique impact on the history of computing, computer science, artificial intelligence, developmental biology, and the mathematical theory of computability.