11am to 3pm, Wednesday 18 September 2019
This visit to Scotland's Secret Bunker is your opportunity to find out where Scotland would have been governed from if the cold war had developed into a nuclear war.
The bunker is hidden below a farmhouse in a remote part of Fife Just off the B940. Travel by car to the location is the easiest way to get there and there is a large free car park at the site.
Access to the bunker is through the farmhouse and the group will meet there to buy the tickets.
Access into the bunker is down a flight of 16 steps to the start of a tunnel which gently slops down a 450 foot long tunnel to the blast doors and through to level 1 which contains the cafe and 7 rooms to visit. From level 1 you can go down a further 24 steps to level 2 which has a further 10 rooms to visit. There are no lifts and consequently wheel chairs and buggies are considered impractical but walking sticks with assistance should be OK. The estimated time to complete the tour is 1 1/2 hours.
The Cafe is open 11am to 4pm and has a full range of hot and cold snacks including soups, baked potatoes, toasted sandwiches and baguettes all with various fillings. There is also a full range of ice cream, cakes and biscuits. The drinks include tea, coffee, soft drinks and even alcoholic beverages. The gift shop has a significant range of gifts from books to bullets and of particular interest newspaper front pages of the cold war times. Some of the gifts you may have to order from their website.
Adults £12.50 with concessions for OAP's Children and family groups
Group concessions may also apply subject to the size of the group
Audio Guides are also available to hire for £2.00