Bletchley Park and Blenheim Palace
Tour the Victorian estate at Bletchley Park, the once top secret world war two codebreaking site and birthplace of Churchill, Blenheim Palace
Full day duration (9 hrs)
Private driver-guided tour
Luxury Sedan or Vans (Mercedes, Lexus, Jaguars)
Bletchley Park and Blenheim Palace
Learn how to keep safe on-line from the experts and trace the link from Bletchley Park of the 1940's to modern day cyber threats. The now-famous codebreaking site at Bletchley Park and Churchill connections at Blenheim Palace make this a World War Two inspired tour.
- Blenheim UNESCO World Heritage Site
- VIP tours available
- Option to visit National Museum of Computing
Our expertly designed full-day tour itineraries include entrance tickets and professional driver-guide with a luxury vehicle. This day tour from London is fully flexible on the day and customisable. Let us help you make the adjustments to match your pace of travel, personal interests and lunch requirements.
A story of two people that changed the world
A baroque palace and the origins of todays tech.
This fascinating trip gives you an insight into the origins of modern-day computing and how vital information helped defeat Nazi Germany. Requisitioned for both World War one and two, Blenheim Palace played a roll hosting Britain's domestic secret service and evacuated boy school. Grand staterooms became dorms, and the landscaped ground became a playground.
Blenheim Palace, home to the Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Aside from tales of military prowess and celebrated national heroes, Blenheim Palace, is an extraordinary and arguably unparalleled example of the elegance, beauty, and splendour of the British aristocracy. With its 187 rooms that glitter in the sumptuous golds and distinctive theatre of the baroque style, Blenheim, the real Downton Abbey. The tour of the Lancelot "Capability" Brown landscaped grounds is a highlight of a visit to Blenheim.
A question for you, how is a Victorian mansion in Buckinghamshire, England connected to the multinational technology company, Apple Inc? Answer the logo. We all know the logo, an apple with its bite missing from it. This image is a tribute to the genius mathematician and the 'father of the modern computer', Alan Turing; a famous resident of Bletchley Park during the second world war. When you meet with your guide, they will reveal the significance of Apple Inc's brand, and explore the once top-secret HQ for Britain's best codebreakers.
Discover how the Nazi code breaking work carried out by Alan Turing and his team shortened the war from two to four years and saved over 14 million lives. Don't forget to ask your guide what the apple logo symbolises.
If you prefer to see the Cotswolds and England in more depth, please consider our suggested Town and Country Tour. We can customise your trip and include activities such as an Electric Bike Tour of the Cotswolds, a Balloon Flight or 4x4 off-road driving in the Malvern Hills.
Bletchley Park and Blenheim Palace gallery
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