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Williamson’s Tunnels - Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels

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The tunnels are just wow, great history and very interesting story. We really enjoyed is whole... read more

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Melissa T
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Did not know what to expect but Billy our guide was very knowledgable about the tunnels and very... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Shazhag1998
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The Friends of Williamson's Tunnels are the custodians of two fascinating sections of Williamson’s Tunnels not open daily to the Public. The first, is Paddington, which is formed of multiple and impressive brick arched chambers. These chambers...more
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Reviewed today

The tunnels are just wow, great history and very interesting story. We really enjoyed is whole family.

Thank Melissa T
Reviewed 6 days ago

Did not know what to expect but Billy our guide was very knowledgable about the tunnels and very amusing

Thank Shazhag1998
Reviewed 6 days ago

Fan..bloody..tastic. The whole gang of volunteers and Lynn are very welcoming and knowledgeable. This place is unbelievable. It’s amazing what is below Liverpool and still being discovered. Please please pleas everyone go and see this amazing discovery and help support these wonderful people

1  Thank lbaker1967
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Absolutely fantastic tour. Much better than the heritage centre tour around the corner. The tour guide was so informative and knew a lot about the tunnels and the artifacts they had found (which were in good condition). Never felt rushed and got time to ask...More

3  Thank frankiela2018
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went as part of the Heritage Open day scheme but would gladly paid to visit. This place is a fascinating look back at the work of a 19th century philanthropist. The extensive tunnels were extremely well made and go down 3 levels at this...More

2  Thank _barryjcarr2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I played in this wonderful place as part of the Ten Strings Duo. The concert, first in FoWT history, was warm received. Volunteers work hard to keep this splendid example of Liverpool's underground history alive. I highly recommend to visit it.

2  Thank Agatio
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Free parking and good value for money! We were a family of 5 and we all thoroughly enjoyed the 45 minute guided tour of these unusual tunnels! Really interesting local history and the volunteers are just brilliant! Lots of opportunity for questions throughout the tour...More

2  Thank Harry_Paul
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

i did this tour and it was very interesting with artifacts and stories to learn.you take a trip back in time to see how a man put people to work..

1  Thank LisaLuvBeatles
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is just out of this world and a total must see to everyone as soon as possible. Amazing people who run this and they are so friendly and helpful to every question you ask. Hope somebody will do a film about the Tunnel's one...More

2  Thank Kevin M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is fantastic. Everyone should see these tunnels. It's amazing how much work the volunteers do. The depth they have reached. I saw their tunnels 4yrs ago, they are amazing. Thank you everyone.

Thank blonde13252
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Tim F
August 26, 2018|
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Response from scouse_mouse_2000uk | Reviewed this property |
Hi Tim, I am a volunteer with FoWT. Although we are not pram friendly and your little one fits into a carrier, you can take a tour of our Paddington site, but not the house site. Hope this helps. Lynn
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PaulH8576
October 28, 2017|
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Response from ChrisI1281 | Property representative |
Hi, we did recently have a dig on the Magnet site, we found many fascinating features and arches. Though we feel the actual Great Tunnel is lower than we first thought. We will not be able to explore the site for 12 months... More
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