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Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker, Nantwich
Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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Came here with my partner, his brother and dad. I was in 2 minds to go as I didn't think I would enjoy the experience. I was expecting it to be quite dark and to feel like going really underground. Th... read more »
Not so secret with the brown tourist signs guiding you to it! Well worth a visit, interesting and informative, and good value.
We visited the bunker today 5 adults and our 8 year old, staff were great, the girl that greeted us was very nice and great with our daughter. The kids book with the spy mouse trail is brilliant! We w... read more »
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!
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
Very interesting. A blast into the world of secrecy and wartime memory. Worth a look and feel the atmosphere
Dara o reilly
Wohh that was spooky! Those manuquins send the shivers up your spine🚂 fairly horrifying PSA film playing, but hay, I ain't knocking it. Great fun, but don't bring the kiddies, it will mess them up. All in all- the best fun you will ever have in a disused nuclear bunker. P.S- spy cat is awesome!
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