Bletchley Park has been the most beautiful place we’ve visited so far in the United Kingdom. Everything from the aged buildings to the open green spaces reinforce the idea of a carefully designed urban landscape that centers around an environment promoting change and progression. The advances and discoveries made here greatly impacted the war by deciphering coded military messages around the world and allowing allied forces to have an advantage over the Axis powers. The park does not hold the same purposes today but rather is used as a touring ground to represent the history of the site as well as providing a space where people have the ability to get away from the business of the London streets and into a more peaceful and quite environment. At the site I was able to see where the men and women worked tirelessly on their projects to decide German messages and learn the history of each structure. Then I finally sat down and simply enjoyed the quiet air that surrounded the campus.