This was a fascinating, intriguing and involving attraction. We caught the bus from St. Helier and the journey was easy, with the bus stop right outside (just check the timetable for the return trip as the bus is only approximately every hour). The museum gave a good introduction, although it was once we rounded the corner to the actual passage grave that our interest was truly piqued. It had a powerful atmosphere and with imagination you could picture the scene clearly. The medieval chapel was peaceful and the views on the climb up very pretty. The German war bunker was the first World War Two 'attraction' we had visited and I left in tears. It was incredibly moving, yet retained that cold and chilling atmosphere. When we had finished, we sat on the picnic benches and recovered from such an emotional and informative visit. It had jumped us from Neolithic to Medieval to the 20th Century in just over an hour. What a fascinating place!
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