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Jersey War Tunnels - German Underground Hospital

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SimesHK wrote a review Apr 2021
Hong Kong, China409 contributions157 helpful votes
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Brilliant attraction - full of interesting exhibits and everything well laid out. I liked the retention of the old unfinished tunnels which show how tough it would hard it would have been for the 'slave labour' to construct the tunnels. The timeline used on the floor and the emotional personal stories along the way were inspiring. Take a coat - it's cold inside the tunnels. Note there is lots of parking and a very good cafe
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Lottie B wrote a review Nov 2020
United Kingdom29 contributions10 helpful votes
I visited last year with my grandmother, and it was very informative to learn about the war and Jersey's part in it. There is lots of interactive sources of information which really intrigue you as you walk through the tunnels. I would definetely recommend the war tunnels as you can never be too educated about the island's history.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tobias R wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom1277 contributions705 helpful votes
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This Museum or place is a must see while you are in Jersey. It tells a fascinating story about the period during WW2. There are so many facts and storys being told which are intriguing, sad, unbelievable and super interesting.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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glynism650 wrote a review Oct 2020
england58 contributions14 helpful votes
If your coming to Jersey make sure you visit here,lots of very interesting information about the 2nd world war and how the people in Jersey lived and worked under the German invasion.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Trisha wrote a review Oct 2020
Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom18 contributions8 helpful votes
Having been to the Guernsey underground hospital, this experience was much more pleasant. It wasn't too cold (although you should wrap up warmly) and it wasn't dark or damp. We had forgotten our masks at the hotel, and the Tunnels gave you face masks with a suggested donation. It's actually very level access and do-able with a pram (although we chose to carry our 2 month old). The exhibition was laid out in a really logical manner and didn't bombard you with nitty-gritty history, but instead did a great deal of looking at individuals' experiences. The Vega Cafe was closed due to the covid, but the gift shop is delightful with a pottery painting area open to the public at the back. I'd highly recommend this attraction and would visit again when I return to Jersey.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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