I'm travelling to the UK from Australia and wanted to visit a number of sites of scientific history.
One at the top of my list is Alan Turing. (WWII Codebreaker and Pioneer of the Binary Computer Architecture).
There appears to be a Computing History Museum at Cambridge.
There appears to be a memorial in Sackville Park, in Manchester.
There appears to be a section at the Twickenham Museum.
There appears to be a display at the Manchester Museum.
There was also an exhibition at the London Science Museum - but this closed years ago.
There also appears to be the Alan Turing Institute at the British Library.
But can you visit a museum with a display about his life and works?
My question is: Are there any museums or sites in England honouring Alan Turing?
EDIT: Added note about London Museum display closing.