Historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during
WW-II and birthplace of the modern computer.
The guided tour will take about one and a half hours and will
cover all the main points of interest around the site and tell
the story of how the Enigma and Lorenz codes were broken during
WW2. The guides
are very knowledgeable so feel free to ask any questions you
might have at the end of the tour. Tour include - tour of the wartime buildings,
info of the code-breaking activities,
visit of Abwehr Enigma
machine, Lorenz machine, Bombe Rebuild, Alan Turing statue, the
Colossus Rebuild etc
There is a fair amount of walking involved and
you cover approximately a mile with stops throughout.
Short Free time in the Park
Second stop: Oxford:
Guided Tour: Science at Oxford
A guided tour:
Science at Oxford
A free time visit of the city
Guide Tour A fascinating tour to hear of the
transformation of the study of science at Oxford.A fascinating
tour to hear of the transformation of the study of science at
Oxford.A fascinating tour to hear of the transformation of the
study of science at Oxford.
By the 14th century Oxford was famous for the work of
Bacon and Grosseteste, for developments in mathematics and
astronomy. The 17th century saw Boyle, Hooke and Halley make
their respective ground-breaking
discoveries. In the 20th century, it was the penicillin
scientists under Professor Florey who made the greatest impact.
Find out about Oxford’s role at the leading edge of science
right up to 21st century