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Well worth the visit and so interesting to hear and feel the experience of being in an underground bunker. The engineering involved in those days is amazing! Why this isn’t publicised in Jersey as I would recommend all to appreciate the planning and works involved...More
Like others I am not sure exactly what this listing refers to either, but my partner and I walked around the entire headland, which I strongly recommend and found this whole area awash with bunkers and gun batteries of all descriptions. There is just so...More
Will admit we were unable to get inside any bunkers when they were open - as a volunteer set up they usually only open for weekends - although joining a half or full day tour (at cost) does get you midweek access! However you can...More
Always try and see as many bunkers that are open when we are in Jersey as there's sometimes new parts open and new things to discover. Become a member of the CIOS if you visit regularly and you will get newsletters and free entry to...More
There is clearly some confusion on here about what people are reviewing.
We stumbled on Batterie Lothringen on a weekday afternoon and it was only open as the volunteer Paul Burnal - who pretty much runs this attraction single-handedly - was there painting doors.
Not sure exaclty what this lisiting refers to but my son and I walked around the Grosnez headland along the beach and down to Corbiere headlands. We saw numerous bunkers and installations that had clearly been cared for - either in an effort to make...More
During our recent trip, I and my fiancée visited Corbiere strong-point and the gun battery near Les Landes, on Sunday 19/07/2015. The volunteer staff of CIOS were present at both locations and provided a very knowledgable and informative experience, never mind giving access to the...More