The Greenbrier is an award-winning resort located in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. As a National Historic Landmark, the Greenbrier's classic architecture, exquisite interior design, abundant scenic beauty, and outstanding amenities have hosted distinguished guests from around the world since 1778.
This renowned property offers 721 rooms, including exquisite guest and estate houses and more than 50 recreational activities including three championship golf courses, indoor and outdoor tennis courts a 40,000-square-foot spa and more.
From simply elegant to breathtakingly grand, The Greenbrier's accommodations offer an unparalleled luxury experience. Whether your trip to The Greenbrier is an intimate getaway for two or a hearty gathering of hundreds, you will find a myriad of choices available. Choose from features such as a private porch or patio, in-room wet bar, dedicated entertainment and dining areas or a wood-burning fireplace. From single rooms to four-bedroom estate houses and seven-bedroom suites, every accommodation at The Greenbrier provides a warm and inviting setting.
Within the Greenbrier Casino formal dress attire is required after 7PM. Jackets required for men and buisness casual for women.
Construction began in 1958 on the 112,544-square-foot bunker, which was built 720 feet into the hillside under The Greenbrier's West Virginia Wing.
Once complete in 1961, the facility was maintained in a constant state of readiness by a small group of government employees working undercover as Forsythe Associates, a company hired by the resort for audio/visual support services.
On May 31, 1992, The Washington Post published an article, "The Last Resort" which exposed the facility. In 1995, the US government ended the lease agreement with The Greenbrier, and later that year, the resort began offering tours of the historic facility.
Tours are open to registered hotel guests and to the general public.
Tours available for guests 10 years of age and older.
Maximum tour size is 28 persons.
Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length.
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.
Comfortable shoes are recommended.
No cameras, electronic equipment or cell phones are permitted. Such items may be secured with the Bunker Office.
To our day visitors, please allow ample time for parking and arrival at the Trellis Lobby. We appreciate your patience during the construction period.
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