Historic Bunker Tours

Experience a piece of Canadian Cold War history!

It's Time to Enter the Bunker!

Built in the 1960s at the height of the Cold War, the Debert Diefenbunker was meant to serve as regional military headquarters in the event of nuclear attack.  Today you have the opportunity to get a private tour of this one of a kind piece of Cold War history!


Decommissioned in 1996, the Debert bunker has been renovated and restored in parts to present an accurate picture of life behind the blast doors in the 1960s and 70s, alongside modern tech and entertainment offerings. Take a tour of this declassified nuclear facility and learn more about Canada’s role in the Cold War.

*Tour runs approximately 1 hour.

Dig Deep Underground Into History:

Your tour guide will take you deep underground into the 64 000 square foot shelter, where they will show you restricted areas once used for war games and practise drills. Learn about the precautions put in place to keep the residents of the bunker safe from nuclear fallout. 

Learn About Our Canadian History

With increasing relevance to modern life, this historical tour is sure to fascinate anyone with an interest in military history, the nuclear arms race, or the Cold War.

So what are you waiting for?

Book your private tour today and Enter the Bunker.