Bletchley Park, Sunday 29th May
We are pleased to offer a club supported trip on Sunday 29th May, to Bletchley Park, iconic home of the intelligence deciphering teams during WWII.
Our trip includes entry to the park, a private guided tour and lunch voucher for soup and sandwich (to value of £10).

IBM Club member prices: £17.00, Child (12 - 17): £14.00
Non-member prices: £32.50 / £27.50


* These prices are available to registered IBM Club Members (member + spouse or nominated guest + members children under the age of 18 as long as they accompanied by the IBM Club Member).  


Bletchley Park was one of the best-kept secrets of WWII, much of which did not become common knowledge until many years after the end of the war. Glamourised by movies such as The Imitation Game and Enigma, and novels, The Rose Code, you can find out the true stories of what happened behind closed doors and what was essentially the birth of modern computing.
Step back in time to experience the stories of the extraordinary men and women who worked here; Immersive films, interactive displays, exhibitions set within beautifully restored historic buildings and faithfully recreated WW2 rooms will guide visitors on a journey to discover the past. A brand new permanent exhibition The Intelligence Factory will open at the end of April 2022.

THE INTELLIGENCE FACTORY
This brand new, permanent exhibition for 2022 explores how Bletchley Park’s potential as an intelligence organisation was unleashed in the second half of World War Two. From 1942, the multiskilled workforce rapidly expanded to almost 9,000 people working around the clock. The exhibition throws visitors into the action at the peak of Bletchley Park’s operations, from tracking positions of Allied and enemy vessels to handling vast quantities of information, and recruiting, feeding and housing thousands of staff.


D-DAY: INTERCEPTION, INTELLIGENCE, INVASION
A permanent exhibition, presenting the vital impact intelligence produced at Bletchley Park had on the invasion plans. This dramatic audio-visual experience in the newly restored Teleprinter Building opened in 2019 to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.


HUT 11A: THE BOMBE BREAKTHROUGH

A permanent exhibition which tells the story of the Bombe machines in the actual location that housed the machines which broke Enigma. Includes a working model of a Bombe machine.


The club price is £17, a saving of almost 50%. 

Tickets ordered and confirmed by the Club constitute a commitment to buy on your part. Payment should be made within 5 DAYS of receiving our confirmation email please, which will include details of how to pay, either by bank transfer or by cheque.

Reservation request form for Bletchley Park Tour, Sunday 29th May.


TERMS & CONDITIONS

1) IBM Club accepts no responsibility for your participation in this event.

2) Club Members are IBMers, Spouses/Partners or a nominated Guest (in lieu of Spouse/Partner) and IBM Club Members Children under 18.

3) Participant places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

4) A request for places represents an agreement on your part to purchase places if available. The Club cannot accept any responsibility for changes to your own requirements and all places ordered for must be paid for, whether used or not.


! ! ! ! - PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. IT TELLS YOU WHAT WILL HAPPEN ONCE YOU SUBMIT YOUR RESERVATION REQUEST FORM - ! ! ! !

When you click on the SUBMIT button below a confirmation submission message will appear, in place of the Reservation Request Form, on the page you've been viewing. Once all requests have been received the organiser for this event will send you a confirmation email at which time you are asked to make payment for your places within 5 working days, either by bank transfer or cheque, as per the details in the confirmation email. If payment is not received within 5 working days we reserve the right to cancel your reservation and offer the places to other interested parties.

© Copyright IBM Club London West 2019-2022