Greenbrier Bunker West Entrance

4.112 Votes
  • Address: White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986, USA, Greenbrier River, United States
  • Phone: +1-8554534858
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Resort

Bunker Tours at The Greenbrier is a tour that would take you down the memory lane. The tour walks you through the interesting era in the resort's history. The resort was once a top-secret U.S. Government relocation facility for the Congress with its West Virginia Wing being an emergency fallout shelter. The tour offers you a thorough look of the entire space that played an important role in the history. It lasts for approximately 90 minutes and can be availed any time between 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.

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  • Greenbrier Bunker West Entrance Address: White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986, USA, Greenbrier River, United States
  • Greenbrier Bunker West Entrance Contact Number: +1-8554534858
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  • We tour a lot of historic sites all over the country...this very well may be the worst one ever! Summary of the goes like this....."nothing interesting happened in this building and its now a data storage facility and a cooking school, thats a generator, here are some hallways...and thats a water tank...wheres our $40?" There u have it...i just saved you $40! SERIOUSLY....GO TO THE LAWN OUT FRONT...GET A CHAIR...AND WATCH THE GRASS GROW AND THAT WOULD BE MORE INTERESTING!

  • Don't waste you money. Get to see a big white room and water tanks. Must of the bunker is off limits due to a data storage company leasing it out. What the documentary on TV and I was looking forward to the tour no let down. Can't ad any photos your not allowed to take electronic devices. Don't know why nothing really to take photos of. Big waste of time and money.

  • Nice tour. Can’t see much as most is used for storage. Our guide was great.

  • Hopefully I will be able to go back.

  • A unique place and an interesting tour, BUT it's not been left as-is. Also, a large amount of the space is actually off-limits because it's being used as data storage. So you don't get to see the dorms, just a mockup. You also don't get to see comms rooms, armories, or a lot of other things I would have liked to see. Just mockups. The bunker was also not super bunker-y, although that makes sense given its purpose. Guide was engaging, and the tour was informative. It was neat to hear about how it was hidden in plain sight and even used as an active conference center. I also liked drinking from the water fountain since the place was still on the old plumbing system. So really... I feel like it was rather overpriced. BUT where else can you see a place like that? I'm glad I went since I've dreamed of going since I heard of it as a teenager, but I have to say that I wish it had been preserved more completely.

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