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Time required to visit Bletchley Park

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I am travelling to Europe next January, and we are going to use London as a gate (flight are much cheaper to London, for some reason) and we will stay 3 days in London, we will use the first 2 to visit the city, and on the third day I would like to visit Bletchley Park, but I have a doubt that I can't find the answer to... On the third day we will need to be on St. Pancras to get on the 17:05 Eurostar to Brussels, to continue our European journey, so I need to know if there will be enough time to visit bletchley park + small lunch + (optionally) Colossus and the Tunny Gallery and be back in London to get the Eurostar (we will leave bags in St. Pancras, to save time), also which train to get to London to arrive in time, considering Euston and St. Pancras are fairly close, I was thinking the 14:46 - 15:27 service (too early?).

Thanks in advance

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