Biggest abandoned Cold War Bunker in Russia

The Chance to Remain Behind in a Bunker for Hideouts, Emergency Foods, and More. Get measured by the Resistance.

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Thank you for your request. Your booking has been completed and your tour will be led by a tour guide in a recent post apocalyptic military attire. You’ll have a meet and greet at 3pm in a parking lot in a safe distance away from the bunker.

Cold War and WW2 buildings and places: Nuclear bunkers, obsolete laboratories and warehouses for housing weapons and materials. Underground Railway tunnels and ruins, storage depots and forts.

Your ticket stub is your ticket to the entrance to the Abandoned World War II Bunker. You’ll find yourself in a maze of rooms full of rusting machinery, dusty radios and World War II memorabilia. You will even get to explore the infamous bunker as it sits as it did 80 years ago as an abandoned WWII bunker.

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This is a private underground nuclear bunker. As the Cold War finished, the U.S. feared Russia would use this property as a launching pad for a nuclear attack. We’ll send you a recording of the tour and after the tour, we’ll send you a link and instructions for how to enter the bunker and explore it to your hearts delight.

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Your bunker is ready and waiting! The only thing we’re missing is you. If you’re still interested in joining our project, we’ll be waiting for you to complete your half of the job.

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