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!
- * Admission to the museum
- Due to the historic nature of the building, the only way up or down is via staircases. Visitors with reduced mobility can access some rooms on the upper floor, just not via the intended route. * A valid ID is required for reduced tickets * Children under 5 years get in for free, no ticket required * Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance * The museum is opposite the NCP car park on Rumford Street; you can see it from Chapel Street and the corner of Rumford Place (close to Mercure Thistle Hotel, Hotel Indigo and Travelodge on Exchange Street)
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