The secret is out. The former U.S. Government Relocation Facility is now open. Explore the 112,000-square foot hideaway beneath The Greenbrier, an Award winning luxury resort located in the town of White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. The site remained a top level secret until 1992 when the Washington Post published an article titled "The Ultimate Congressional Hideaway". Read the full article here. The underground facility contained a dormitory, kitchen, hospital and even a broadcast center for members of Congress. The broadcast center (below) had backdrops to make it appear members of Congress were actually broadcasting from Washington, D.C., by changing the backdrop for each season-- a 100-foot radio tower was installed some miles away for these broadcasts. The facility was built over 3 years from 1959 and 1962 and as you can see below the computer hardware hasn't changed much since. Here's the current secret entrance used for daily tours of the facility. Visit the official Greenbrier hotel site for details on the tour and the hotel.