Western Approaches located at 1-3 Rumford St, Liverpool L2 8SZ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 227 2008

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Clive Walker

5 Google Rating

Second visit here and it's much improved, gone are the tired mannequins and plotting table. It's now

5/ 5

Second visit here and it's much improved, gone are the tired mannequins and plotting table. It's now much closer to how it would have been in 1943. The staff are super enthusiastic about the place and it's history ( Olivia is a mine of information and enthusiasm). Well done all a great place to visit !

Dr. Nantia Iakovidou

5 Google Rating

Absolutely worth visiting!! It is an amazing museum!! We were really astonished by the labyrinth of

5/ 5

Absolutely worth visiting!! It is an amazing museum!! We were really astonished by the labyrinth of rooms and offices and by the WW2 stories that we discovered there!! Highly recommended!!

Peter Johnson

5 Google Rating

This is a must for anyone visiting Liverpool, the price is reasonable and the staff are only too hap

5/ 5

This is a must for anyone visiting Liverpool, the price is reasonable and the staff are only too happy to answer any questions you may have. It is hard to believe that 300 people, mostly women; worked here in complete secrecy during the last war and without doubt, altered the outcome of the war. Its importance cannot be overstated and when you walk around the place you feel that you are being taken back to those times.

Convrts Virtual Tours

5 Google Rating

What an amazing place hidden away in the centre of Liverpool. Definitely recommend a visit and I gua

5/ 5

What an amazing place hidden away in the centre of Liverpool. Definitely recommend a visit and I guarantee you will be surprised at how influential this little known Liverpool site was during WWII.

Matthew Singleton

5 Google Rating

Former top secret facility used during World War 2 to coordinate the efforts of the Royal Navy and R

5/ 5

Former top secret facility used during World War 2 to coordinate the efforts of the Royal Navy and Royal Air force in protecting and escorting the trans Atlantic convoys from North America. This underground command centre is located beneath a fairly anonymous office building, but could be considered as one of the most influential locations of the 20th century, as the convoys were vital for the continued efforts of the British war effort and the feeding of her population. Well worth a visit for anyone interested in WW2 and history in general!

Neil Houghton

5 Google Rating

My intention on a shirt visit Liverpool was to visit this place, I was and still am enthusiastic abo

5/ 5

My intention on a shirt visit Liverpool was to visit this place, I was and still am enthusiastic about it. If you are interested in the battle of the Atlantic during the second world was this place is a must see. Excellent exhibits, the wall mapping and original artifacts including original letters and documents make fascinating reading. Also the ticket lasts 12 months we could return a second time for free and probably will.

Kevin Dunkerley

5 Google Rating

A fascinating way to spend a couple of hours. We almost had the whole place to ourselves which made

5/ 5

A fascinating way to spend a couple of hours. We almost had the whole place to ourselves which made exploring the different rooms and exhibits even more fun. I recommend it for anyone interested in the Second World War.

Chris Cox

5 Google Rating

Unusual and interesting museum that presented an interesting look at the working environment during

5/ 5

Unusual and interesting museum that presented an interesting look at the working environment during the second world war. Nicely presented - with a mixture of film, signage, audio etc. as well as the re-created room settings which allowed you to get a good look and feel of how the place would have looked when in use. Staff were friendly and helpful at the entrance.

John Pindar

5 Google Rating

We were recommended to visit this exhibition when we were in Liverpool. The tickets were a bit price

5/ 5

We were recommended to visit this exhibition when we were in Liverpool. The tickets were a bit pricey but I don't think they have any other funding. Very interesting with all the paraphernalia needed to oversee the Atlantic convoys.

Jon B

5 Google Rating

Well organised, well laid out, very informative and highly enjoyable. Pleasant staff, nice gift shop

5/ 5

Well organised, well laid out, very informative and highly enjoyable. Pleasant staff, nice gift shop, and A RUDDY GREAT SECRET BUNKER RIGHT UNDER THE MIDDLE OF LIVERPOOL!!! Highly recommended.

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