Bletchley Park projects
Following the completion of the Heritage Lottery Funded Project Neptune in 2014 and a series of conservation projects with funding from Milton Keynes Council and Historic England, Bletchley Park's visitor numbers have increased from under 100,000 to in excess of 250,000 per year.
Bletchley Park Trust continued to engage Kennedy O'Callaghan Architects for a series of projects to improve visitor facilities, enhance the education and archive provision and provide further exhibitions in the historic buildings and interpretation of the landscape.
Hut 11A has been restored to tell the story of the Bombe Breakthrough. We prepared masterplan proposals for the restoration of the Stableyard, a new family centre in Hut 4, a cafe in the World War II garages and an education centre in Block E.
We have restored the Teleprinter Building to house the exhibition D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion.
Block A has been converted into exhibition spaces and a temporary display gallery.
Teleprinter Building Extension has been converted to an Archive and Collections Centre.
Blocks A and E
Block E Education Centre
Entrance to Block A from North
Entrance to Block A from South
WW2 garages as cafe
Hut 4 cut-away
Hut 4 Interior