The German Underground Hospital will be open from 20th August 2021, full opening hours and ticket prices can be found on the website
Telephone: 01481 235261
The German Military Underground Hospital in Guernsey is the largest remaining structure from the German Occupation of the Channel Islands. Almost invisible from the surface, the tunnel complex covers 7,000 square metres and was hewn out of solid rock by slave workers for the German forces. The work started on this huge complex in 1944 when the D-Day landings occurred and it looked likely that considerable German casualties might need to be cared for. The hospital was never finished but its forbidding atmosphere serves as a reminder of the grim conditions that the slave workers lived in, many dying during its construction.
For those who want to explore more of the Occupation story, Guernsey History Trails offers a great app guide which is available to buy. Covering the Occupation 1940-1945, the 2 self-guided tour trails - the St Peter Port Trail by foot and the Island Trail - will let you walk in the path of history while enjoying some of the most beautiful vantage points in Guernsey. Each walk takes approximately 2 hours if you walk it in its entirety or you could alternatively explore by bicycle or car.
The Farmhouse Hotel is a quiet 4 star hotel in the centre of Guernsey's rural countryside. The hotel offers contemporary accommodation in an original 15th century building.
La Trelade Hotel is a classic and privately owned 3 star hotel, offering good value holidays. The Victorian building is inviting and provides very comfortable accommodation, and there is an indoor swimming pool, lovely gardens and a health club.
La Villette Hotel is a spacious hotel in the heart of Guernsey's countryside offering an indoor swimming pool, health suite, a friendly bar, a bistro and a restaurant.
Accessible by bus route 71
Call the Museum on 01481 239100
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