There's something about secret rooms that gets people excited.
These famous buildings all have secret rooms hidden away, with varying levels of public access available!
The Eiffel Tower
Gustave Eiffel, the designer of the Eiffel Tower, built a private apartment at the top of the famous building. Although out of bounds for years, you can now see inside if visiting the top of the Tower.
Statue Of Liberty
Visitors to the Statue of Liberty can walk all the way up to Lady Liberty’s crown to see the view. But until 1916, they were also able to visit a room inside the torch! It was closed after German agents blew up a nearby pier during WW1, damaging the statue.
One of the most exclusive secret clubs in the world is located at Disneyland, California. Club 33 is hidden away in New Orleans Square, and has a membership waiting list of at least 14 years.
Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building
There is an off-limits room inside the dome on top of Sydney’s QVB which is sometimes open to tour groups. Most excitingly, there is a sealed letter hidden in the dome written by Queen Elizabeth II, which can’t be read until 2085!
Parliament House, Canberra
There is a huge network of tunnels underneath Parliament House, with 1,100 underground rooms that the public never see. There is also a large dirt floored space referred to as “The Cathedral” that was never finished!
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