🎫 Standard entry for 1 adult (17–64)
🎫 Reduced price standard entry for 1 child (5–16)
🎫 Reduced entry for 1 person (students under 21, military personnel, emergency service workers, seniors with valid ID)
Free admission for children under 5, no ticket required
💣 Explore a once top-secret WWII bunker
⚔️ Discover the role Derby House played in plotting victory during the Battle of the Atlantic
🔜 Get a tour and see a first generation 3D-simulator
🏠 Includes admission to the museum
📅 Date: various dates available (select during purchase)
🕒 Opening hours: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
📍 Location: Computer Games Museum
👤 Age requirement: all ages welcome!
♿ Accessibility: visitors with reduced mobility can access some rooms on upper floor via a different route
❓ For this event, all sales are final and tickets can’t be refunded, changed or modified. For more information, please refer to our T&Cs
📱 You will find more information about your booking in your Fever ticket and confirmation email
Derby House was a key operational hub during World War Two. Where you once had to sign the Official Secrets Act to enter, now you just need a smartphone ticket! This labyrinth-style bunker, originally the nerve-centre for the war-defining Battle of the Atlantic, is just as it was in 1945. Now home to the Western Approaches Museum, it's a time-capsule hidden beneath Liverpool City Centre.
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