Jersey War Tunnels (Jersey, Channel Islands) Reviews
Description:Addresss: Les Charrières Malorey / Saint Lawrence / Saint Helier / JE3 1FU / Channel Islands / The tunnels tell the ... more
Newest Review: ... workers. ---The Tunnels--- On entering the tunnel complex you can't help but be impressed at the scale of the project. The entry tunnel is wide and tall and the cold starts to hit you as you start to walk under the hills. There are a couple of rooms that show some of the original use of the tunnels such as the boiler room and the sparsely furnished operating theatre. When I originally ... more
Customer Jersey War Tunnels (Jersey, Channel Islands) Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/03/10, updated on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 182 readings)
One of the most popular tourist attractions on the island of Jersey is now the Jersey War Tunnels which were formally known as the Underground Hospital. Opening Times: 10am to 6pm daily with last admission at 4.30pm. (Open 1st March-28th November 2010) Admissions: £10.50 adults, £6.50 children 7-16. Entrance is also covered by the Jersey Pass. ---Arrival--- The Tunnels are easy to find as they are about a mile North-West of St Helier, not far from the airport. There are plenty of brown signs to follow. On arrival there is a reasonable sized car-park although I imagine in the summer there is probably some overspill parking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/09 (Useful, 76 readings)
My Partner and I took our first holiday together to Jersey ealier this year in May. We spent one afternoon at the educational and thought provocing Jersey War Tunnels. My partner is more interested in history than me, so it was more a visit for him than myself. I was however, pleasently surprised with the attraction. I found it so emotional and the way it was laid out was fantastic!!! As you walk through the tunnels you are guided through a timeline of the war and the ocupation of Jersey. You are given an ID card as your ticket which is of a real person who experience the horror, and up in the restaurant you can find out a bit about that person. I thought ... Read the complete review
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