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Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker, Nantwich

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Specialty Museum Military Facility
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  • For my visit to the Bunker, I based myself in Crewe and took the train to Nantwich, which takes about 10 minutes and then took a taxi from the station to the bunker. I booked a taxi from Crewe, which ...  more »
  • I've been to Hack Green three times now, as the ticket is valid for a whole year, and it's worth going back. Being in my sixties, it reminded me of the threat of nuclear annihilation that hung over us...  more »
  • I (Dad) took my two 5 year old daughters with me for a visit. I loved it. truly fascinating insight to the cold war. You get to see great things like nuclear warheads. They are smaller than I thought,...  more »
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  • Loved it. Went on my own and it was really eerie with the power saving lights that come on as you enter a room. The staff were helpful but I did get the suspicion they were wary of me as I felt they were constantly staring at me. Any way. you don't see much of the staff so it isn't that bog of a Deal. I would like to consider this as a little gem that needs more advertising and recognition as its a great museum and very education. if you are in this area I recommend you visit this place and spread the word!
  • Really good, interesting stuff if you are into things like this
  • It's ok. Large semi underground bunker to explore. It's got a good 30 rooms with interesting things in each one. Little bit scary thinking about how real it all was. worth a visit if you like history. (Often empty!)
  • Yesterday's visit for myself and hubby was very impresssive. The things that go on to protect us! Thank you for all your efforts. Can I draw your attention (tried to ring you) but it is RAF Fylingdale and not Flyingdale - mentioned on all your literature and signs within the bunker. (Wished I'd have mentioned it when I was there but wasn't sure of my facts!) Jenny Smith, Shropshire
  • Fantastic for me to relive the constant threat of imminent destruction at the hands of a semi fictitious enemy. It was a bit lost on the children but I guess that's a sign that the world is a better place for british kids than when I was one. Brilliant!