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at the Bunker and you might even stumble across some hidden secrets!
Scotland’s most exciting underground tourist attraction launches new website
25th Birthday celebrations and a brand new mobile friendly website
Scotland’s Secret Bunker is re-opening its doors to the public this weekend, after being closed for the winter months. The atmospheric Cold War Museum, hidden beneath a farmhouse near St Andrews, is gearing up for an extra special season in 2020.
As we celebrate 25 years since first opening the doors to the public and we have launched a brand new mobile friendly website where information about visiting the bunker, what the bunker beholds, and the bunker’s history can be found. You can even watch videos, read our blog, browse our shop and purchase tickets online.
VISIT WEBSITE AT WWW.SECRETBUNKER.CO.UK.
The website was created by Graffiq, a web designer from Kent. www.graffiq.com
First opened to the public in 1994, after being decommissioned in the late 1980s following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the dissolution of nuclear threat, Scotland’s Secret Bunker is now one of Fife’s major tourist attractions welcoming tens of thousands of visitors through its blast doors every year. The bunker underwent major refurbishment in 2014.
Scotland’s Secret Bunker is the focus of a series of young adult fiction books. It was while on a visit to the Fife based Bunker in 2011 with his family, that British author, Paul Teague, found the inspiration for his Secret Bunker book trilogy.
Buy The Secret Bunker Trilogy books in our Bunker Store.