Really enjoyable tour with plenty of information inside. If you are into the history of world war 11 then I would highly recommend
About World War II Tunnels
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Visited with a friend and had a guided tour, which is mandatory as this is military property. Our guide was Bodine and she was excellent, she was full of knowledge, spoke clearly and articulately and answered any questions we had. I wasn't sure about paying...More
Arrived at the tunnel today which open from 10:00 to 17:00 with last tour scheduled for 16:00. Stood waiting from 15:40 and saw a lady pull up on her mooed at 15:45. She walked back to the office and chatted to her colleague without any...More
Not clearly signposted, 2 different entrances. 1 closed up all together with no signs saying go to the other one (also up a steep hill) the second one seemed open but staff outside said we were not allowed in at 3pm. When asked why he...More
I visited the Rock yesterday in a group of 20. The guide had an excellent knowledge of the second world war and of the tunnels. She was happy to answer any questions that we had and it was very informative. I would defo recomend.
we went round as a group of 4 with one guide. every informative and the guide new and loved his subject which en-fusses you.
Cool place to go in on a hot day! Lots of walking, some on serious slopes, but well worth the effort. Lots of information everywhere and going right to the end is very rewarding.
Loads to see, but take our advice: Go all the way to the bottom straight away and then spend your time stopping to view the dioramas on the way back up, That way, you get little breaks on the way back, otherwise it's a good...More