Jersey War Tunnels
- Address: Les Charrières Malorey, St Lawrence JE3 1FU, Jersey, Denneville, France
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Point Of Interest
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Knowing that millions of people around the world would be watching in person and on television and expecting great things from him — at least one more gold medal for America, if not another world record — during this, his fourth and surely his last appearance in the World Olympics, and realizing that his legs could no longer carry him down the runway with the same blazing speed and confidence in making a huge, eye-popping leap that they were capable of a few years ago when he set world records in the 100-meter dash and in the 400-meter relay and won a silver medal in the long jump, the renowned sprinter and track-and-field personality Carl Lewis, who had known pressure from fans and media before but never, even as a professional runner, this kind of pressure, made only a few appearances in races during the few months before the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, partly because he was afraid of raising expectations even higher and he did not want to be distracted by interviews and adoring fans who would follow him into stores and restaurants demanding autographs and photo-opportunities, but mostly because he wanted to conserve his energies and concentrate, like a martial arts expert, on the job at hand: winning his favorite competition, the long jump, and bringing home another Gold Medal for the United States, the most fitting conclusion to his brilliant career in track and field.
Fantastic museum and a must see for any visitor to the island. An excellent exploration into occupied Jersey providing context to the concrete fortifications, bunkers and towers that dot the shoreline around Jersey. Great cafe upstairs to recharge the batteries after an explore. Plan to spend a few hours inside if you want to capture everything. I took my parents on a visit when they flew over for a week and we all enjoyed.
Very informative. Went on 1/2 day bus tour to be honest could do with a bit longer . I'm not a big history person but found it very interesting. Especially the personal accounts and experiences of the people involved. Great gift shop beside it - if you are looking presents for back home get them there.
Very interesting and well presented. Can imagine it is difficult to get round and read everything during busy times. Gave it 4/5 because they charge an extra £5 per person for the audio guide which is a little cheeky.
I visited as a child and was very keen to take my history loving children. It's very easy to get to with very good public transport from the bus station, either using the local bus or the vintage bus that operates daily. Booking online is much better value for money, however even at the gate the price is still reasonable. The staff are lovely and very helpful, they will answer any questions you may have. The tunnel itself is amazing and ram packed full of facts, it's very interactive too so it will definitely appeal to all. I would recommend the tour for people of all ages and it's wheelchair and pushchair friendly too.