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Carved into the natural sandstone cliffs, the intriguing network of underground tunnels offers visitors an unparalleled insight into life in wartime Britain in the 1940's. Visitors have the opportunity of learning about the experiences of local...more
All reviews audio guide second world war sick bay bunk beds well worth a visit red sandstone during wwii bombing raids a real eye opener extended tour self guided own pace small room fascinating place school trip interesting visit excellent attraction
Never been here before. Under ground in stockport. This must have horrendous for the families. So interesting. This is a family must day out . So try it. All original tunnels and beds and loos. Cant imagine what it must have been like
An insight into what it was like to be in Stockport during world war 2. We hear much about the battles and fighters but this museum gives a view of what it was like on the home front line during the blitz. The audio guide...More
We came here last weekend. You are giving a little audio set and instuctions on how to use it and then get shown down some steps straight into the bunker to watch a short film then on to go around the shelter at your own...More
Extensive tunnels into the hillside to accommodate at least 4,000 at a critical time. Well laid out and signed, enhanced by easy to use audio handset, that responded to location to explain what was on display and optional extra related detail. Look forward to returning...More
The air raid shelters saved many live during the second world war, just by being there and providing a safe haven for people to go to.
It was a useful place to go to when the planes were dropping their bombs.....this was a very worthy...More
I stumbled across this place by chance on a visit to Stockport. We only live 20 mins drive away and I feel this is a hidden gem. From the outside it looks very unimpressive and inconspicuous. However once inside, it takes you both metaphorically and...More