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Stockport Air Raid Shelters, Stockport
(4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
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  • It's amazing how large these shelters are, carved into the red sandstone of the Mersey river banks. The ones available for the public to tour are on the south bank of the Mersey in the town centre. Th...  more »
  • Really interesting place with very happy and friendly staff. Going to go back when they do a more extensive tour of unrestored tunnels. 
  • These air raid shelters, we're not reopened until the 80s, so most of it was as it was during the war, and it is still like that now, see how people lived through the north blitz, 
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  • Excellent experience really friendly staff and true to been in the blitz U get the feeling of being in the shelter with all the people. And what they had to contend with every day. I highly recommend a visit to this place. Thanks
  • It tries to make you feel the discomfort and the weirdness of life during the ww time and it almost succeeds in it. It deserves your time imho.
  • Really gives you an insight as to how people coped in the world war. Incredibly well run informative. It's definitely a must!
  • Fantastic place, stepping back in time in these tunnels is a great experience, quite extensive so not a place that you feel is too small.
  • Fascinating glimpse of life during bombing raids in WW2