Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum

The Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum is a once-top secret, four-storey underground bunker, originally designed as the centre for Canada's defence against nuclear attack during the Cold War. It is now a museum and national historic site preserving and promoting Canada’s Cold War history.
 
When you visit the Diefenbunker, you are stepping into history — we are Canada’s most significant Cold War artifact and stand as a testament to the important role that Canada played during a critical period in recent world history. We have a crucial role to play in helping us learn about our past and understand the present. More than a museum, the Diefenbunker is a place where visitors can immerse themselves in the stories, people, and artifacts of the past, and take away lessons for the future.

Website: www.diefenbunker.ca

Type: Community Museum | Historic Building

Descend into history, 75 feet underground

Descend into history, 75 feet underground

History. Education. Art.Find it all at the Diefenbunker, 75 feet underground.We invite you to descend into history and experience the variety of...