Hack Green 'Secret' Nuclear Bunker (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Hack Green has played a central role in the defence of Britain for almost sixty years. As you approach Hack Green over ... more
Newest Review: ... which involves the younger visitors looking out for little mice scattered around the bunker. This is set up to entertain and educate the younger children and to stop them getting bored during the tour around the bunker. GETTING THERE... This can be a little tricky but luckily there are plenty of rather large brown signs directing you to the so called secret bunker. The actual address ... more
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by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 315 readings)
A while back I won one of the many raffle tickets at my kids school fate, (whippeee), and the prize in this case was a family ticket to visit Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker. As I had never heard of the place I decided to have a look and see what was so fascinating, plus, the entrance fee wouldn't cost me a penny so off we went ** A BIT ABOUT HACK GREEN and THE BUNKER... Firstly, it was used as a military base in the shape of a 'Starfish site' during the second world war. (For those unclear about what a starfish site is, Starfish is was the code name for a military operation which involved setting fire to open land so as to confuse attacking ... Read the complete review
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