Children will not want to miss out on activities created especially for them at Bletchley Park this summer.
Family Fun Wednesdays will be held on July 25, August 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, from 10.30am until 4.00pm. The days combine educational and fun activities. These include crafts, films showing in the cinema, Top Secret and WW2 workshops, special children’s guided tours and the opportunity to handle artefacts.
As a special treat this summer, Bletchley Park has added two new activities to the programme. The dance school ‘Freesteppin’ will hold dance workshops, with the chance to take part in the final performance on the last Family Fun Wednesday. Also in the Mansion, the whole family will have the chance to take part in sing-along sessions featuring songs such as ‘The Wheels on the Bus’ and ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary.’
The Projected Picture Trust will once again show children’s cartoons in the on-site cinema. Children’s crafts will also be running throughout the day and children will have the chance to make a different 1940’s themed toy every week, which they can take home.
The Dakota Flypast on August 22 will add a nostalgic atmosphere to the event, making it a day not to be missed.
After paying for admission once, you can come back to Bletchley Park throughout the year free of charge. Paying once allows entrance to all of the Family Fun Wednesdays. Under 12s enter free. On-site parking is available. There is a £3 charge for parking.
For further information, to attend or arrange an interview, please contact Katherine Lynch on 01908 272665 or email@example.com
For visitor information, contact 01908 640404, firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to The Bletchley Park website