- Science Museum (3-wheel Enigma)
- Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum, (Polish Enigma replica) , .
- HMS Belfast, (KL-7 and 4-wheel Enigma) 
- Cabinet War Rooms, (SIGSALY) , .
- Imperial War Museum, UK (Siemens T52D and 3-wheel Enigma) , .
- The National Archives, Kew, London. A large number of records concerning the history of cryptography.
- Bletchley Park is sited fifty miles to the northwest.
- Dorset: Royal Signals Museum, Blandford Camp, Dorset (a 3-wheel Enigma machine, Rockex, a 'Derby' cipher machine, M-209-B, Typex, Portex, Slidex, a Crypdix device, a "codes and ciphers" display, various others) .
- Jersey: Jersey War Tunnels, Jersey (Enigma), .
- Guernsey: Occupation Museum. A 4-rotor Enigma with plugboard.
- Bedfordshire: Intelligence Corps Museum. (A 3-rotor Enigma and a NEMA) , .
- Portsmouth: Royal Naval Museum. (Unusual 4-rotor Enigma with missing reflector; 4th rotor has been "doctored" to act as a reflector: ).
- Liverpool: Derby house, (Western Approaches). Contains a "decoding room" where messages were decrypted, and possibly an Enigma exhibit (can anyone confirm?): , 
- N/A: Mark Baldwin (3-wheel Enigma)
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