The Imitation Game is an incredible film; it tells the story of Alan Turing, Bill Tutte and the people there, working flat out around the clock to break the Enigma code at Bletchley Park, in Buckinghamshire.
Bletchley Park was a top-secret location, vital to the Second World War effort. Here the codebreakers helped to turn the tide of the Second World War.
This would be a great gift for anyone who is fascinated by the Second World War.
It's a chance to visit the restored code-breaking huts, with hands-on displays in the blocks where the masterminds from the Government Code and Cypher School cracked enemy codes.
And you can explore the grounds and historic buildings, with an interactive multi-media guide. Take in the atmospheric soundscapes galleries and exhibitions.
Then there's the Afternoon Tea, served in the Mansion Tea Room with light finger sandwiches, dainty cakes and cream scones, together with tea or coffee - and time to reflect on what you've seen and what it must have been like working under such pressure.