Opening times

We are open every day from 
1st February until 31st October
10am and 5pm

Visit The Officers Mess Café
refreshments served 10am – 4pm

Visitor facilities and information

We’re sorry but we don’t have the following facilities: 

We don’t have children’s cutlery available and our café doesn’t serve child sized portions.  There is no play area or adventure playground.  

No dogs allowed.

Getting around in the Bunker

To tour the Secret Bunker, our visitors will need to be able to manage stairs. 

We have one flight of stairs to the main tunnel which consists of 16 stairs with two turns which leads to the top floor of the bunker.  To gain access to the lower level of the bunker, there’s a further flight of 24 stairs with one turn to encounter.  

We have wheelchairs available for use on each level, but unfortunately, due to our location and structure, and to preserve the bunker in it’s original condition, there is no lift access available.

Electric vehicle charging points

There are a number of charging points for electric vehicles available for public use.

Admission prices

Tickets available on the door, or online.  If buying tickets online, you’ll receive a confirmation email.  Please print your tickets and bring them with you. Please note – online tickets are non-refundable once purchased. 

Appropriate identification/passes on arrival will be required for concessions (eg. Police, Students, etc).

Groups and Discounts

Visit Scotland’s Secret Bunker with your group and enjoy the wonderful history and secrets of an authentic Cold War Bunker.  Groups of 10 or more will benefit from: 

Educational visits

Visits to the Cold War Bunker are available by guided tour and our expert-led sessions for schools and youth groups have been designed to enhance the learning experience for students and young people.

Specialist Audio Tours

Our international visitors can experience Scotland’s Secret Bunker with a specialist audio tour available in 5 languages:

  • English
  • French
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Chinese

Commercial photography, filming and drones

Scotland’s Secret Bunker welcomes all photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures with us on Instagram and Facebook. We do have some restrictions at certain locations, so if photography is your main reason for visiting, please call the site ahead of your visit to check if any parts of the site are restricted. We are keen to promote the use of our sites to location managers. If you are interested please get in touch. Scotland’s Secret Bunker does not permit drone flying, except by contractors or partners undertaking flights for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and permissions, and are operating under controlled conditions.

Got a question?

The friendly Secret Bunker team are ready to answer your questions about everything from buying tickets for groups, to booking a special event.

Just fill in our enquiry form and we’ll call or email you to help.

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    BBC TV Presenter and Comedian Angela Barnes visits Scotland's Secret Bunker.  Angela is an ardent nuclear bunker enthusiast with a passion for all things Cold War.

    You don’t have to be a Cold War nerd like I am to have a fun, informative and intriguing day out at Scotland’s Secret Bunker. My pals and I had a brilliant day in the bunker, discovering just how the United Kingdom was preparing itself for nuclear war in the mid 20th century. It’s fascinating, chilling and quite arresting stuff, particularly for those of us that remember the tensions between East and West in our lifetimes. Get yourself down there and discover what bunker life would have been like if the worst had happened – perfect thing to do with your holidays, and there’s ZERO chance of you getting sunburnt – win!