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  • Liverpool: Western Approaches WWII Museum Ticket

    1. Liverpool: Western Approaches WWII Museum Ticket

    Explore Western Approaches HQ, which was a top-secret bunker vital to the war effort during WWII. Explore the labyrinth of rooms where over 300 people secretly worked during the war years. Walk through hidden rooms and discover how operations in the bunker protected the tactics of the British Armed Forces on the Western Approaches. See the documents and tools which were used to monitor enemy convoys, and subsequently, inform the British government. Discover one of only two surviving wartime phones which had a direct connection to the London War Cabinet. See where Commanders, the Women's Royal Naval Service, and Women's Auxiliary Air Force personnel worked day and night in the Operations Room. Learn how they monitored convoy routes and vital shipping lines, pin-pointing enemy locations on a huge map wall. Discover a recreated war-torn street with shops, a pub and even an unexploded bom...

    great information, never knew any of this happened during the war, it was good to see

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

My 10 year old grandson loved going to the war rooms. We had a great time and we will be going again especially as your entry fee lasts a year, so our next visits are free.

Central location. Great ticket price, as valid for 12 months. Very interesting. Staff knowledgeable and very friendly. Lots of interactive things to enjoy.

Highly recommended for history enthusiasts...self guided tour to the secret underground HQ of the british navy during the WWII battle of the Atlantic

Really interesting museum imagining being there night and day keeping up with the goings on of the war

great information, never knew any of this happened during the war, it was good to see