Join us for our visit to Bletchley Park

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Date(s) – 06/06/2015
11:30 am – 4:00 pm


Bletchley Park Trust Ltd

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If you have not yet seen ‘The Imitation Game’ this is your chance to see the real thing! On Saturday 6th June, JAS members are invited to visit Bletchley Park, to join Dermot Turing (Alan Turing’s nephew) who will accompany our group on this visit to the home of the enigma machine.


JAS committee member, Saima Williams has organised a special visit that is open to JAS members, family and friends. Your day will include access to all of the Bletchley Park exhibitions, a discounted guide book (to be pre-ordered) and a free guided tour expanding on the history of the site. Your special JAS ticket will also be converted into an annual pass so that you can revisit the Park. Tickets are just £14.50 (adult), £13.00 (students and over 60’s) £8.00 (ages 12-16) free for under 12 and the site is open from 1130 – 1600. JAS will be coordinating train times from London Euston to Bletchley Railway Station. You can also travel by car (there is limited free parking) and directions are available here.

Please register your interest in this visit on the JAS website as soon as possible. You can apply for multiple tickets and we will be in touch shortly about processing your order. This is a very special event and we hope to welcome as many JAS members and their friends as possible.


Bookings are closed for this event.


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