Secret WW2 Tunnels New Brighton located at Marine Promenade, Wallasey CH45 2JX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 306 1808

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Secret WW2 Tunnels New Brighton liverpool
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Tijmen wiesenekker

1 Google Rating

Rubbish little effort to give a true representation of the underground area. Basically opened the d

1/ 5

Rubbish little effort to give a true representation of the underground area. Basically opened the doors and put a load of old posters up. As to the machine shop its filled with any old machines that gives an impression of a munitions area a lot of them are wood working machines. Wooden bullets ?? As to the person showing us around well he loves his own voice very dull and tedious. Another lack luster ill funded project from the willki team

Connor Muir

5 Google Rating

Just finished the Tour now. It's an absolute hidden Gem and Tony the owner and tour guide is fantast

5/ 5

Just finished the Tour now. It's an absolute hidden Gem and Tony the owner and tour guide is fantastic. He really takes the time to explain everything and encourages questions throughout. What was a bit of a gamble turned out to be a brilliant experience and I highly recommend this for anyone but would be a must see if you're interested in ww2 history

James C

5 Google Rating

This place is a hidden gem. Don’t know how you could rate this place poorly, the tour guide is gen

5/ 5

This place is a hidden gem. Don’t know how you could rate this place poorly, the tour guide is genuine and local. Tour is informative about multiple topics and then you get the privilege of walking around a secret piece of WW2 History! 5/5 👍🏼

Gary Leadbetter

5 Google Rating

Amazing so interesting. Well worth a visit

5/ 5

Amazing so interesting. Well worth a visit

bernie morris

2 Google Rating

Went to day ,as we were the last ones in and shut the door you only heard the tail end of the talk ,

2/ 5

Went to day ,as we were the last ones in and shut the door you only heard the tail end of the talk , move on to the one and only tunnel with the tools and piler drill and lathe and a (mig welder ) in the 40s really we had a 10 minute talk about the area and what happened here .the rest of places are tatty no theme and just littered with rubbish . Don’t waste your money 🤔

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