Commissioned in 1959 and completed in 1964, the Debert Diefenbunker is one of 6 regional fallout shelters built by the federal government. All 6 facilities were built to ensure continuity of government in the event of a nuclear war under Project EASE (Emergency Army Signal Establishment), a codename intended to mask the true purpose of the bunker.
Have you ever wanted to see the inside of a real underground nuclear fallout bunker? Now is your chance!
Gear up for laser tag, escape The House at the End of the Street, work together to stave off a nuclear war or fascinate yourself with a historical tour!
Such an amazing piece of history. Cool and interesting bunker that offers multiple entertainment options.
Booked this facility for a corporate event and everyone had an awesome time! We did the tour, escape rooms and laser tag and employees of all ages enjoyed! Staff were accommodating and friendly. Highly recommended!
Amazing place, we did the escape room (Which was awesome) and came back 4 days later for the tour. Staff are super friendly and so knowledgeable, answered my many, many qestions as its an amazing place to learn about. Go here, its so worth it!