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Passed through

Passed through the tunnel while on my tour with Chris it was interesting to see pedestrians and... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2017
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A one-lane 19th century tunnel

This is a one-way shortcut from the St. George's Port to the main town without climbing any hills... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2017
Austin, Texas
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A 350-foot-long excavation that bridges the two halves of St. George's across to the distinctly East Indian open-air market.
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Passed through the tunnel while on my tour with Chris it was interesting to see pedestrians and vehicles side by side going their merry way through this tunnel😊😊

1  Thank stargrazer
Reviewed 8 September 2017

This is a one-way shortcut from the St. George's Port to the main town without climbing any hills. You can walk through on the west side. Not sure of its value as an attraction, however.

1  Thank TravisTripper
Reviewed 7 August 2017

Useful shortcut but not for the faint of heart. I have been through this tunnel several times as it is easier than going over the hill on Young st. or Over the fort. I am VERY curious as to origin of the sign on the...More

1  Thank Sirius_Business
Reviewed 6 August 2017

The most exciting thing is sharing the narrow tunnel with traffic. That said it's an important part local history and the easiest route into town from the carrenage. It shouldn't be a highlight of your trip but it's a worthwhile part of walking around St...More

Thank Andy_E_PADI
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Walked off the ship and strolled along to the Sendall Tunnel, Max Height was 7ft, established in 1894, it is a narrow tunnel for motor vehicles and is used by pedestrians wanting to walk to the harbour, you take your life in your own hands...More

Reviewed 21 July 2017

Tunnel runs under Ft. George and leads from the water front to the cruise ship docking area and shops.

Thank CptJackDewey
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Can't really review this it's just a short tunnel linking one part of the town to the other. However interesting because of the age of it. Narrow if there is a car passing through. Reminded me in a way of the tunnel in St Helier,...More

Thank Linda P
Reviewed 28 June 2017

This is long single lane tunnel that connects the Cruise Port area to the downtown bay / water walk area. There is no sidewalk and you have to walk through the tunnel (Right Hand) side, while the traffic is coming out you, there is just...More

Thank Rod B
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Tunnel originally built to connect the town of St George's. Built by hand at the time when horse travel was most dominant hence its narrowness - there is no demarcation for pedestrians and traffic so it can be scary if a wing mirror passes close...More

Thank Jak Jak G
Reviewed 25 June 2017

The tunnel was quite the experience when walking about St. George’s. Beware that it is narrow and dark and thus somewhat claustrophobic. The tunnel is shared by both pedestrians and vehicular traffic so the vehicles come quite close when walking through the tunnel. However, just...More

Thank Barfly60
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