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Built to protect the government from nuclear attack, this once-secret bunker is now a museum and National Historic Site of Canada.
Built to protect the government from nuclear attack, this once-secret bunker is now a museum and National Historic Site of Canada. 'Diefenbunker' is a play on 'Diefenbaker', a Canadian Prime Minister in the 1950s. In addition to preserving and promoting Canada's Cold War history, the museum offers a variety of visitor programs and services. You can learn, play or shop as you discover the bunker's secrets and relive the experience of the Cold War. Guided tours by reservation only.
3911 Carp Road, Carp, ON, Canada
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