The declassified Bunker at The Greenbrier is a must-see experience that takes you behind the scenes and walks you through a fascinating period in the resort's history. Carved deep into the mountainside beneath our West Virginia Wing is an emergency Cold War fallout shelter. Once a top-secret U.S. government relocation facility for Congress, The Bunker is now open to anyone interested in reliving a legendary piece of The Greenbrier history. It has been featured on NBC, FOX, Discovery Channel, History Channel, VICE, ABC
and top publications from around the world. Bunker Tours provide a unique and in-depth look behind the hidden doors and let you explore an aspect of The Greenbrier that no other resort can claim. Reserve your place in our history today!
Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length and are available for guests 10 years of age and older.
Reservations and Cancellation Policies
Reservations required. Reservations must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the time of the tour. Tours that are booked the day of the tour may not be cancelled. A non-cancellation fee of $39 will be charged to those who do not follow this procedure.
$40 per person
$20 per youth
Pricing above include 6% West Virginia sales tax and 6.5% Historic Preservation Fund. Gratuity is not included.
$875* per private tour + $30 gratuity (1-25 guests)
5:00pm - 6:30pm:
$1,245* per private tour + $100 gratuity (1-25 guests)
6:30pm - 8:00pm:
$1,245* per private tour + $150 gratuity (1-25 guests)
*Gratuity, tax and Historic Preservation Fund are additional.
Tours depart from the Trellis Lobby near the Lobby Bar. Guests should check in at the Trellis Lobby no later than 15 minutes prior to the tour. To our day visitors, please allow ample time for parking and arrival at the Trellis Lobby.
- Maximum tour size is 25 persons.
- No one under the age of 10 will be permitted.
- No cameras, electronic equipment or cell phones are permitted.
- No items of concealment; backpacks, tote bags, purses, etc.
- Weapons of any kind are not permitted.
- We reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone not adhering to the Bunker Tour guidelines.
Comfortable shoes are recommended.
In The News
THE WASHINGTON POST
The Last Resort
- May 31, 1992
This article written by Ted Gup, an investigative reporter at The Washington Post
, exposed The Bunker and led to its declassification.