Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre located at The Old Stableyard, Smithdown Ln, Liverpool L7 3EE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 709 6868

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Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
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Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool
Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre liverpool

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Patrick Merchant

5 Google Rating

Considering very little is known about these tunnels we found it a well worth diversion. Well worth

5/ 5

Considering very little is known about these tunnels we found it a well worth diversion. Well worth a visit and still thinking about why they were built now. Thanks to the tour guide as he made a little known very entertaining. Going to come back in a few years and see how you have progressed.

Paul Allen

5 Google Rating

It was tunnels

5/ 5

It was tunnels

Aly Lou (Lowsta)

5 Google Rating

Went to a club night there time ago, was a good venue and a good atmosphere and from what I can reme

5/ 5

Went to a club night there time ago, was a good venue and a good atmosphere and from what I can remember wasn't any sweat dripping from the roof like yer average techno night πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» could actually breath 😁πŸ₯³πŸŽΆπŸŽ΅πŸŽ§πŸŽ›οΈπŸ€―πŸ€•πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

Mick G

1 Google Rating

Please god no... for a start, these are not tunnels as such... they are holes in the ground that hav

1/ 5

Please god no... for a start, these are not tunnels as such... they are holes in the ground that have been filled in by brick work that gives the appearance of a tunnel. We walked a huge distance from the city centre to get there, but managed to get a taxi back. If I'm honest, we couldn't get away quickly enough. I felt sorry for the guy taking us round as you could hear so much stiffled giggles. You'll definitely need a pint after this!

Marcus Cross

5 Google Rating

Such a fascinating place with a bizarre and mysterious history. A unique tour, with a really engagin

5/ 5

Such a fascinating place with a bizarre and mysterious history. A unique tour, with a really engaging guide. Fantastic value. Recommended to all!

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