Day Out at Bletchley Park: Code Cracking and Computer Fun

Bletchley Park

After a long car drive to Bletchley Park, the first vehicle we came across was actually a vintage motorcycle.  The codes that were brought to the code cracking experts Bletchley park on moterbikes like this one were delivered by women during world war two.

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The McAfee exhibit in the museum was all about codes and computers today.  It was quite scary to read just how much information is stored about each of us online.

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There were some cool interactive elements in the exhibit too.  Our nephews Greg and Cody had fun playing with the interactive touchscreens.

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We learnt so much about online safety for adults and children.  The leap from technology in WW2 to 2014 was quite breathtaking to see up close.


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7 thoughts on “Day Out at Bletchley Park: Code Cracking and Computer Fun

  1. This sounds really neat! Thanks for the cool post. There was once a setup from McAfee at Grand Central Station as I was passing through which would say things to you like "It's time to change your password!" and "Your identity is not safe!" It was so creepy.

  2. This sounds like a really interesting place to visit. I bet those WW2 code carriers never thought we'd be where we are today.

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