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Explore an underground bunker that helped win World War Two
Visit the Western Approaches Museum to explore a once top-secret WWII bunker
Discover the role Derby House played in plotting victory in the Battle of the Atlantic
See authentic artifacts and documents while you explore an eerie relic beneath the streets of Liverpool
Derby House was a key operational hub during World War Two. Where once you had to sign the Official Secrets Act to enter, now you just need a smartphone ticket!
This labyrinthine bunker, once the nerve-centre for the war-defining Battle of the Atlantic, is just as it was in 1945. Now home to the Western Approaches Museum, it's a time-capsule hidden beneath Liverpool City Centre.
See original documents, tools, and maps used to analyse the enemy, plus one of two surviving phones that had a direct line to Churchill's War Rooms!