Williamson Tunnels – Friends Of Williamson’s Tunnels is located at Mason St, Edge Hill, Liverpool L7 3EW, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Williamson Tunnels – Friends Of Williamson’s Tunnels and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Cynical J Cynical J

5 Google Rating

Possibly the most jaw dropping oldest and weirdest sight or attraction you'll ever see in Liverpool,

5/ 5

Possibly the most jaw dropping oldest and weirdest sight or attraction you'll ever see in Liverpool, the guys here dig all these tunnels out at weekends volunteers all, they've won all kinds of awards now and rightly so, fantastic insight into old Liverpool if you only visit one place in the city make sure this is it.

Donna Plested

5 Google Rating

I visited today with a group of friends and I was not disappointed! Just an amazing place to see and

5/ 5

I visited today with a group of friends and I was not disappointed! Just an amazing place to see and find out the history of from our guide Tom, who was a font of knowledge. Really glad I finally got to cross this off my to do list, but I think I've caught the bug from Tom our guide, and I'm now looking for books by local historians to read up more on this amazing place.

David Swan

5 Google Rating

An excellent experience, Tom is a very informative guide with a passion for his subject. Able to ans

5/ 5

An excellent experience, Tom is a very informative guide with a passion for his subject. Able to answer a host of questions he took our small group of visitors on a very interesting tour. I would thoroughly recommend visiting the Friends of Williamson Tunnels site.

Minarchist 412

5 Google Rating

Better than the Beatles, bigger than the Liver Buildings, on par with the underground city of Derink

5/ 5

Better than the Beatles, bigger than the Liver Buildings, on par with the underground city of Derinkuyu; the Williamson tunnels are Liverpool's most under rated asset. The tour is brilliant, we had a lovely guide named Peter who is a font of knowledge on the history of this great City; highly recommended.

Michael Hoult

5 Google Rating

Great guide, and great experience. Amazing what's underground, hidden from the world!

5/ 5

Great guide, and great experience. Amazing what's underground, hidden from the world!

Denise Turnbull

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place to visit, lots of interesting item to see and the staff were amazing,

5/ 5

Fantastic place to visit, lots of interesting item to see and the staff were amazing,

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