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Well preserved with helpful narratives

I visited here during the week as I had an hour window free and had been wanting to visit for some... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jon112011
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Guernsey, United Kingdom
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German efficiency

From its defended approach and entrance to the explanations in each of the fascinating rooms, this... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Russell F
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Whitstable, United Kingdom
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This was the headquarters of the German Naval Commander of the Channel Islands during WWII. The Signals HQ handled all the important radio signals traffic for the German Forces during the Occupation. The bunker complex was completed in 1944 and...more
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St. Jacques, St Peter Port GY1 1SN
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited here during the week as I had an hour window free and had been wanting to visit for some time. The initial video shows the German officer in charge of the signals station during the occupation returning before the work was carried out...More

Thank Jon112011
Reviewed 1 week ago

From its defended approach and entrance to the explanations in each of the fascinating rooms, this museum is well worth a visit to see how signals traffic (important messages to you and me!) were handled. The bunker is in two parts; sadly, the half where...More

Thank Russell F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wow! Well worth the entrance fee (£4). A very interesting place and worth the hassle trying to find it. It is not very big but it was the most important communications place for the Germans occupying the Channel Islands in WWII. Good introductory video sets...More

Thank Manohar50
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Not on main bus route but worth a walk to find this underground museum, run by volunteers who are friendly and know good history about the museum. There are stories about previous German soldiers who were based here during the invasion and the fact they...More

Thank julie c
Reviewed May 30, 2018

Firstly, this is not easy to find so keep your wits about you. The owner makes sure he speaks to all the visitors to add additional information about the bunker. I found this helpful but accept that others might find it obtrusive. It is a...More

Thank DicktheBad
Reviewed May 29, 2018

This is the third time we visited Guernsey and this time, we had success getting here. The previous two times, it was only open on a couple of days so it was closed each time but now it’s open every day. Set within a hotel...More

Thank Jbeez67
Reviewed May 27, 2018

Wondering which occupation museum to visit? This one. It cost very little but thanks to the guided tour (and you need the tour, otherwise you could be in and out) it was fascinating, although you probably do need to have a passing interest in this...More

1  Thank Huw D
Reviewed May 20, 2018

Hidden on the outskirts of St Peter Port the German Signals HQ is not the easiest place to find. However if interested in local history during the occupation 1940-45 make the effort and find this well preserved piece of history. Follow the signs from Candie...More

Thank peter m
Reviewed May 13, 2018 via mobile

We visited almost by accident, because the Museum and Art gallery offered us a ticket covering multiple venues (worth knowing about if you plan to also visit the castle or Fort Grey). This museum proved one of the most interesting places during our Guernsey visit,...More

Thank Jacky P
Reviewed May 11, 2018

I had a afternoon to spare and i have been wanting to revisit this iconic bunker since my last visit many years ago and wow what a difference,i felt like i had been transported back to the dark days of the Occupation....Ian Brown who was...More

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becky l
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Yes there is both in the hotel car park and on the road.
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