Discover the remarkable world of codebreaking, ciphers and secret communications in a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London.
From the trenches of the First World War to the latest in cyber security, Top Secret explores over a century’s worth of communications intelligence through hand-written documents, declassified files and previously unseen artifacts from the Science Museum Group’s and GCHQ’s historic collections.
It includes the story of Alan Turing and the team of Bletchley Park codebreakers who broke the Enigma code in 1941. Top Secret coincides with the 100th anniversary of GCHQ and runs until 23 February 2020.
The exhibition is free, but booking is required.