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Next Open Day : April 2019 (Date TBA)

The bunker is open regularly during the year and will be advertised on this site well in advance.

Your tour guides will be in original ROC uniform, and when available, they will also be former ROC Observers, all equipment and original documentation will be on display and visitors are free to remain on site for as long as they wish.

Please be aware that access to the bunker is via a ladder, there is no disabled access, children younger than 15 are not allowed access to below ground areas and all children younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult. There are currently no toilet facilities. Suitable clothes/footwear must be worn.

We are available to give talks to schools,historical societies and at public events. We can provide a range of original equipment and documentation and have a full audio/visual presentation including DVD films and Power-Point presentation.

All open days are free of charge to visit but donations are greatly appreciated.

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Directions to the museum can be found HERE.

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BBC One Northern Ireland Newsline, UTV Live News.

BBC One Northern Ireland Series - Colin Murphy’s Panic Room, Home Ground & Underground Ulster.

BBC Radio 5, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Ulster.