I went to visit the underground passages this weekend. I had to laugh as the man at the front desk couldn't believe we were not students!
Walking through to the tunnels we were greeted by rather interesting lights, mirrors and a heritage centre. Our tour started soon after and we entered a room to watch a short film. We then put on hard hats and started our walk down the tunnels. Our tour guide Peggy was very informative and stopped us every now and again to point out various aspects of the tunnels. We got to see different tunnels and before we know it our tour was over and we were out. I wanted to see more!
This is not for the claustrophobic at all, in places the tunnels were narrow and low.
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